Trilogy Lacrosse announced the hiring of Duke star, Ned Crotty, as the company’s Sales and Marketing Manager. Crotty will be on the ground floor in developing the next generation of lacrosse players. He will direct instructional programs for youth and high school boys across the country, collaborate on the Trilogy Lacrosse curriculum, and strategize with coaches to most effectively impact their players. Crotty will be responsible for spreading and implementing the Trilogy Lacrosse System on a national scale.
Crotty joins the Trilogy Lacrosse Dream Team of full-time employees, National Directors, and professional all-stars including Ryan Boyle, Matt Striebel, Mitch Belisle, and John Orsen.
Crotty won a Gold Medal with Team USA in July alongside Trilogy Directors Boyle and Striebel. He was the #1 pick in the Major Lacrosse League (MLL) Draft by the Chicago Machine in June and won MLL Rookie of the Year Honors in August. In May, Crotty led Duke to its first ever National Championship and won the Tewaaraton Trophy as the top player in Collegiate lacrosse. He was a three-time All America Selection at Duke, earning First Team Honors in 2009 & 2010.
“Since High School and through my time at Duke I played lacrosse at the highest level. I learned from and played with the absolute best in the game. When the opportunity to work with Trilogy Lacrosse presented itself, there really was no competition. Now I get the chance to work with an educational company dedicated to providing the best instruction to the next generation of players.”
“Hiring Ned Crotty as a full-time employee further demonstrates Trilogy Lacrosse’s commitment to connecting the best players in the world to developing lacrosse players across the country. We believe in Ned’s ability to be an authentic teacher of the game and to inspire those around him. Ned has reached incredible peaks as a player and we are thrilled to provide him with the opportunity to do on a professional level. We have the ultimate confidence in his success due to his character and work ethic and can’t wait for his first event this Fall.”