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Brown Names Mike Daly Head Coach Of Men's Lacrosse Team. (H/T @LacrosseMag)

STAND UP, PROVIDENCE!!!!!!!

BEARS!!!
BEARS!!!
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BANG!!!!!!

Hey Brown..... COME ON DOWN!!! With today's announcement, you are off the Coaching Carousel Big Board.

LET'S GO TO THE BIG BOARD!!!

Coaching Carousel Board
School Conference Present Status
Princeton Ivy Princeton names Matt Madalon BOSS.
Vermont America East Vermont names Chris Feifs BOSS.
Binghamton America East Scott Nelson will not return. No interim named.
Hartford America East Hartford names Ryan Martin BOSS.
UMBC America East UMBC names Ryan Moran BOSS.
Jacksonville SoCon Jacksonville names John Galloway BOSS.
Virginia ACC UVA names Lars Tiffany BOSS.
Brown Ivy Brown Names Mike Daly BOSS.

(Waiting on you, Binghamton!!!)

This is HUGE. We've been trying to get BOSS Daly a D1 job all offseason and it finally came true.

As BOSS of the Tufts Jumbos, Daly won 3 national titles (2010, 2014, & 2015) and was a Salisbury heartbreaker away from winning his 4th (and 3rd in a row) this year. His 2010 title was Tufts first-ever NCAA team title and his prolific offense at Tufts was absolutely no joke. Daly was 244-83 at Tufts, made nine NCAA Tournament appearances, and won seven NESCAC titles.

Brown's Director of Athletics Jack Hayes, was very happy to drop the news today. In the press release Hayes stated that:

"Mike Daly is a terrific coach, has a proven track record of success and is the architect of the offense that has brought Brown so much success over the last two years. He has experience recruiting quality student-athletes who excel equally on the field and in the classroom."

BOSS Daly was very happy as well and excited to get started:

"I want to thank Brown President Christina Paxson and Athletic Director Jack Hayes for the opportunity to coach and mentor at one of the leading institutions in the country. Brown features one of the nation's premier lacrosse programs with a long tradition of success, and I'm honored to be taking over the program."