Andrew Athens Named Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach At Furman



GREENVILLE, S.C. — Furman head men’s lacrosse coach Richie Meade has announced the hiring of Andrew Athens as the program’s first assistant coach. Athens comes to Furman following a year at Queens University in Charlotte, N.C., where he served as the Royals’ assistant men’s lacrosse coach/defensive coordinator. Read More…

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Ghitelman Named Harvard Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Chris Wojcik ’96, The Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, has announced the promotion of Adam Ghitelman from volunteer assistant coach to assistant coach. Read More…

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Penn Men’s Lacrosse Alums Dedicate Penn Park Field to Former Coach

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PHILADELPHIA – More than 30 years after he coached them, Jim “Ace” Adams is still an important person to almost everyone who played for the Penn men’s lacrosse program during the 1970s. Read More…

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Furman Names Richie Meade Men’s Lacrosse Coach



Furman University director of athletics Dr. Gary Clark announced today that U.S. men’s national senior team coach Richie Meade has been named the school’s first men’s head lacrosse coach. The announcement was made by Clark and Furman president Rod Smolla at a press conference at Gillette Stadium, site of the 2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship. Read More…

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Why Coaches Need Training, Too

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Released only days ago, the 2011 US Lacrosse Participation Survey reported that more than 680,000 athletes participated on an organized lacrosse team in 2011, which is an increase of approximately 60,000 players since 2010. This represents the largest one-year increase since US Lacrosse began tracking national data in 2001. Read More…

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Saint Joseph’s University Adds Kevin Crowley to the Coaching Staff

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Philadelphia, Pa. – First year head coach Taylor Wray announces the addition of Kevin Crowley to the men’s lacrosse coaching staff. Crowley brings an unmatched abundance of collegiate lacrosse experience from Stony Brook University. In 2010, he was named the Unanimous America East Player of the Year along with earning the 2010 LT. Raymond J. Enners Award for Most Outstanding Player in Division 1 lacrosse. Read More…

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Tom Ryan Named Coach and GM of North American Lacrosse League’s (NALL) Charlotte Copperheads



Charlotte, NC (October 5, 2011) — The Charlotte Copperheads today announced veteran player and former Boston Blazers coach Tom Ryan as the team’s inaugural head coach and general manager. “Tom’s passion for the game of lacrosse and proven track record as a player, a coach and a general manager makes him the perfect choice to lead the Copperheads in this inaugural year and and in the years to come”, said Copperheads owner/president Graham D’Alvia. Read More…

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Scott Rodgers Joins MU Men’s Lacrosse Staff

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MILWAUKEE – Marquette University head men’s lacrosse coach, Joe Amplo, has announced the addition of volunteer assistant coach Scott Rodgers to his coaching staff. Rodgers, who will primarily be working with Marquette’s goalies as well as helping out with the team’s strength and conditioning, played his collegiate career at the University of Notre Dame and is currently a member of the Hamilton Nationals of Major League Lacrosse and the Minnesota Swarm of the National Lacrosse League. Read More…

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High Point Names Jon Torpey First Men’s Lacrosse Coach



HIGH POINT, N.C. – High Point University’s first head coach of men’s lacrosse will be Jon Torpey, Athletic Director Craig Keilitz announced on Wednesday. Torpey will join the Panthers in June 2011 after successful stints as associate head coach at both Dartmouth and Denver. Keep Reading…