List of college men's lacrosse coaches with 250 wins

This is a list of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men's lacrosse head coaches by number of career wins. Head coaches with a combined career record of at least 250 wins at the Division I, Division II, Division III, or historically equivalent level are included here.

Coaches

  • * = Active coaches.
  • Statistics current through the 2016 season.[1][2]
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams National Titles
1* Jim Berkman 31 531 61 0 .897 Potsdam State (1984), Salisbury (1988present) 12
2* Hank Janczyk 36 454 142 0 .761 Salisbury (1983–1985), Colgate (1986–1987), Gettysburg (1988present) 0
3* John Danowski 36 399 194 0 .667 C.W. Post (19831985), Hofstra (19862006), Duke (2007present) 3
4* Bill Tierney 34 394 129 0 .753 R.I.T. (1982–1984), Princeton (1988–2009), Denver (2010present) 7
5 Dom Starsia 34 375 148 0 .716 Brown (1983–1992), Virginia (1993–2016) 5
6* Keith Bugbee 33 365 173 0 .678 Springfield (1984–present) 1
7 David Urick 32 345 129 0 .728 Hobart (19801989), Georgetown (1990–2012) 10
8 Ray Rostan 37 342 197 0 .635 R.I.T. (1979–1981), Ithaca (1982–1983), Hampden-Sydney (1985–2016) 0
9* Mike Pressler 32 340 164 0 .675 VMI (1983), Ohio Wesleyan (19861990), Duke (19912006), Bryant (2007present) 0
10* Bob Shillinglaw 41 327 312 0 .512 Massachusetts Maritime (1976–1978), Delaware (1979–present) 0
11 Jack Emmer 35 326 184 0 .639 Cortland State (1970–1972), Washington & Lee (1973–1983), Army (1984–2005) 0
12* Steve Beville 28 320 144 0 .690 Colorado College (1989-1998), Vermont (1999-2006), SUNY Cortland (2007-present) 1
13* Bill Pilat 28 315 135 0 .700 Roanoke (1988-present) 0
14 Dick Garber 36 300 141 3 .679 UMass (1955–1990) 0
15 Glenn Thiel 40 299 216 0 .581 Virginia (1970–1977), Penn State (1978–2010) 1
16 Walter Alessi 43 288 287 0 .501 MIT (1975-2017) 0
17 Roy Simmons Jr. 27 287 96 0 .749 Syracuse (1971–1998) 5
18 Rory Whipple 33 286 196 0 .593 Clarkson (1980-86), Hartwick (1987-98), Bryant (2000-06), Florida Southern (2009-10), Tampa (2012-present) 0
19 Jim Adams 34 284 123 1 .697 Army (1958–1969), Penn (1970–1977), Virginia (1978–1992) 4
20 Dick Edell 29 282 123 0 .696 Baltimore (19731976), Army (19771983), Maryland (19842001)[3] 0
21 Dave Cottle 27 280 115 0 .709 Loyola (1983–2001), Maryland (2002–2010) 0
22 Terry Corcoran 33 279 205 0 .576 Washington College (1983-1994), Penn (1995-1996), Skidmore (1997-2005), Elizabethtown (2006-2013), Wabash (2014-present) 0
23 Tony Seaman 29 263 166 0 .613 C.W. Post (1982), Penn (19831990), Johns Hopkins (19911998), Towson (19992011) 0
24 Carl Runk 30 262 161 0 .619 Towson (1968–1998) 1
25 Howdy Myers 31 261 159 4 .620 Johns Hopkins (1947–1949), Hofstra (1950–1975), Hampden-Sydney (1976–1978) 3
26 Richie Moran 28 257 121 0 .680 Cornell (19691997) 3
27 Roy Simmons Sr. 36 253 130 1 .660 Syracuse (1931–1942, 1946–1970) 0
28 Renzie Lamb 34 252 184 0 .578 Williams (19892003) 0
29 Jack Faber 33 251 56 2 .816 Maryland (19281943, 19461963) 8

See also

References

  1. "NCAA Lacrosse: Men's Coaching Records" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association. 2011. Retrieved August 11, 2012.
  2. "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved August 11, 2012.
  3. Player Bio: Dick Edell Archived 2011-07-25 at the Wayback Machine, University of Maryland, retrieved July 10, 2010.
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