GOT EM!!! pic.twitter.com/991hXfrcwK— College Crosse (@SexyTimeLax) June 21, 2016
Shout out to the #DarkCornersWhisperer
Sources: Announcement coming in 45 minutes...— Ryan Danehy (@RPDLacrosse) June 21, 2016
ALL OF THEM!!!!
Even the kid got in on the action.
Conflicting reports about if Kip Turner and/or Sean Kirwan will stay or go to UVA. Some players were told both were staying.— Chris Jastrzembski (@_JASTdoit_) June 21, 2016
Hey UVA ..... COME ON DOWN!!! With today's announcement, you are off the Coaching Carousel Big Board.
LET'S GOT TO THE BIG BOARD!!!
|Princeton names Matt Madalon BOSS.
|Ryan Curtis stepped down. No interim/acting head coach named.
|Scott Nelson will not return. No interim named.
|Hartford names Ryan Martin BOSS.
|UMBC names Ryan Moran BOSS.
|Jacksonville names John Galloway BOSS.
|UVA names Lars Tiffany BOSS.
It's official!! After weeks of jokes, it looks like UVA finally got its man, and #BOY did they make a splash. In an astounding turn of events, former Brown head coach, Lars Tiffany, leaves Providence for Charlottesville. Here's a direct link to the release. Athletic Director Craig Littlepage was very happy to deliver the news:
"I’m excited to welcome Lars Tiffany to Charlottesville and the University of Virginia to lead our men’s lacrosse program. Lars is one of the country’s more innovative coaches. His program is based on the development of young men as student-athletes and pushing them to excel in the classroom, in the community, and in competition. This foundation, combined with an aggressive and attacking style of play at both ends of the field, has proven to be successful over the course of his coaching career. His vision for our program to annually compete for championships and achieve high academic performance is in alignment with our goals of Uncompromised Excellence."
BOSS Tiffany was very excited as well and stated:
"Stepping into the seat as the head coach of the Virginia’s Men’s Lacrosse program brings both a tremendous exhilaration and responsibility. I am very fortunate to have Craig Littlepage entrust me with this program. It is also clearly understood that the coaches and athletes of Virginia Lacrosse that have come before me have established a very high bar for measuring success in Charlottesville. My staff and I are eager to begin working with the men as we establish the principles and guidelines of our aggressive, fast-paced system of play that relies upon uncompromising fitness, competitive fire and a passion, and joy, for the game of lacrosse."
This concludes our UVA Watch.