Peet Poillon, a star player in the Baltimore area at both the college and professional levels, has joined the Delaware men's lacrosse coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach.
Poillon, who earned All-America honors at both Ohio State and
“Our staff is excited to add Peet as a volunteer assistant coach,” said Shillinglaw, who ranks among the all-time leaders in wins among college coaches with 305. “Peet has outstanding credentials and is one of the up and coming young coaches in Division I. He will be a great addition to all aspects of our program.”
Poillon, 25, was an honor student at UMBC, gaining United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Scholar All-America honors and earning his degree in interdisciplinary studies and entrepreneurship in sports in 2010.
A native of Cranberry Township, Pa., Poillon is one of the top midfielders in the professional game and has earned
Poillon played at
UMBC trio named Preseason All-Americans
Three UMBC players were named to the Preseason All-America East team by Inside Lacrosse in its Face-Off Yearbook: senior goalie Adam Cohen (Severn), junior midfielder Phil Poe and senior attackman Scott Jones.
Binghamton junior midfielder Michael Antinozzi (Fallston) was the other Baltimore-area player chosen.
In the coaches' poll, the Retrievers were picked second behind
Severn alums honored
Two Severn graduates have been picked as Division III Preseason All-Americans by Inside Lacrosse.
Tufts junior Beau Wood was named to the first team, while teammate Cole Bailey, a sophomore attackman, was selected as honorable mention.
3 D-II players from Baltimore area named all-conference