Directors

Directors

  • Michael Daly

  • Director

 As the Head Coach of Tufts University, Mike Daly has been NESCAC, New England, and National Coach of the Year. Coach Daly is one of the top coaches in the country and the Tufts University Men’s Lacrosse team is consistently ranked among the top schools in Division III. Daly guided the team to the University’s first-ever NCAA Tournament team title and to an NCAA-best 20-1 record in 2010. In the championship game on May 30, the Jumbos posted a 9-6 victory over eight-time defending champions Salisbury University at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to win the Div. III crown.  The Tufts Lacrosse record over the past 3 seasons is 56-7, including 3 straight NESCAC Championships. A 1995 Tufts graduate now in his 14th season, Daly and his staff continue to build the program’s foundation with talented players who also love the game. 

  • Keith Bugbee

  • Director

Coach Bugbee, a 2002 inductee to the New England Lacrosse Hall of Fame, is in his 30th season as Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach at Springfield Collegge. In 2011, he became just the seventh coach in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse history to surpass 300 career wins. Bugbee has led Springfield to the NCAA Tournament 16 times, including two Div. II  National Championship appearances, winning the title in 1994, and subsequently, receving Div. II Coach of the Year honors.

A Co-Founder of PEAK Lacrosse, Coach Bugbee has been running New England’s premiere recruiting (www.peak200lacrosse.com) and development (www.peaklacrossecamps.com) events for over 20 years.

  • Sean Quirk

  • Director

Sean Quirk begins his 15th season as head coach of the Endicott College men’s lacrosse team. Quirk is currently the 5th-winningest active coach and 11th all-time winningest coach in Division III history.

In 2008, Quirk was honored as the Field Turf NCAA Division III Coach of the Year. Under Quirk’s direction the Gulls have become a premier Division III program in the country. The Gulls were ranked as high as number five in the USILA Division III rankings in 2009. Under Quirk’s direction, Endicott has been in eleven consecutive conference tournaments and NCAA/ECAC Division III championship tournaments. The Gulls captured CCC Championships in 2001, 2004-2007 and 2010. In six straight seasons, the Gulls have finished in the top-5 in New England and the top-15 in NCAA Division III lacrosse.