Todd Cavallaro - Head Coach, Franklin & Marshall College
Todd Cavallaro enters his sixth season as the head coach of the Franklin & Marshall men's lacrosse team. He is the 15th coach in the program's history. Cavallaro came to Franklin & Marshall after five seasons as the head assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania. With Cavallaro as the Offensive Coordinator, the Quakers advanced to the NCAA playoffs in 2004 after a 17-year absence from NCAA postseason competition. The 2006 edition of Penn lacrosse also worked its way into the Division I Championship Tournament.
Greg Raymond - Assistant Coach, Princeton University
Greg Raymond has spent five of the last six seasons coaching at Princeton University, during which time he has established himself as one of the top assistant coaches in Division I lacrosse. A 2005 graduate of Johns Hopkins, Raymond was part of the Blue Jay’s NCAA championship team his senior year, when the team went 16-0 and won its first national title in 18 years. Raymond, a longstick midfielder, and the rest of the Hopkins defense shut out Duke for the last 27 minutes of the 9-8 win in the final. Raymond, who grew up in Corning, N.Y., has played professionally in Major League Lacrosse.
Matt Rewkowski - Assistant Coach, Georgetown University
Rewkowski, a Johns Hopkins graduate and Bethpage, N.Y. native, comes to Georgetown after spending his last two seasons as the Associate Head Coach at Cornell, where he was in charge of the team's offense. Despite losing Rob Pannell, the reigning USILA Player of the Year in the second game, Rewkowski's offense was still among the nation's best, ranking ninth in scoring offense (12.0 gpg), 13th overall in man-up offense (.422) and 16th in points per game (17.62). In his first season, the Big Red's offense flourished, posting the nation's second best scoring offense (12.71 gpg) in 2011, while leading the squad to a 14-3 record and a trip to the NCAA quarterfinals, while also winning its first-ever Ivy League tournament title.