Danny Cisneros

Danny Cisneros joins the coaching staff in 2018 as the goalkeeper coach for the women's lacrosse team.

Cisneros is a native of Colorado and a graduate of Kent Denver where he played four years of varsity lacrosse. Cisneros finished with an overall record of 43-4 in between the pipes. His team appeared in four-straight state championship games, winning in 1977 and 1979. Cisneros is a two-time Division III All-American (1983, 1984).

Cisneros played lacrosse at Bowdoin College (Brunswick, Maine) for four seasons. His team won three of four NESCAC championships (1981, 83, 84) and he was a two-time All-NESCAC selection. Ranks fourth all-time at Bowdoin College in single-season save percentage (.716), fifth in career save percentage (.683), third in single-season goals against average (5.65), fourth in career goals against average (6.79). Additionally, he ranks tied for eighth with most wins in a season (12) and in ninth overall with 477 career saves at Bowdoin College.

After graduating from Bowdoin he moved on to coach the men’s club team at the University of Denver, (1984-88). While at the University of Denver, Danny helped move the team from club status towards the goal of becoming a Varsity sport.

In 2000, Cisneros returned to his alma mater, Kent Denver, as an Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach. While there, the team played in six state title games, winning four of them.

Cisneros has two daughters, which is the reason he turned to the women's game. He coached his girl's in youth and high school lacrosse from 2005-16. In 2014, Cisneros was named the head coach at Mullen High School. His team set records for most wins in a season (17) while also earning the first-ever Centennial League Championship in school history.