Eric Seremet

Eric Seremet joined the Rutgers lacrosse program in July of 2018 as an assistant coach.

Formerly the head coach of Air Force for nine seasons, Seremet will serve as the team’s offensive coordinator.

Seremet was on the Air Force coaching staff for 15 years, spending nine seasons as the head coach from 2009 to 2017. In that time as head coach, his record was 73-62. He was named the USILA Division I Coach of the Year in 2014 and the 2016 Southern Conference Coach of the Year. Under his leadership, the Falcons won three conference championships and made three trips to the NCAA Tournament. Seremet is also credited with guiding four Falcons (five times) to All-America status.

Seremet led the Falcons to double-digit victories three times in a four-year span. In 2017, he piloted Air Force to a 12-6 record. That campaign began with an upset victory over No. 10 Duke in the season opener and concluded with a SoCon Championship and NCAA Tournament bid for the third time in four years.

In 2016, Seremet led Air Force to the program’s longest ever winning streak (15 games) and the program’s highest ever national ranking (No. 8). That season the program finished 15-3, including an unbeaten 7-0 record in conference action.

Seremet earned national Coach of the Year honors in 2014 as he led the program to 11 wins, their highest win total since 1988. The team shared the regular season conference title, then went on to win the ECAC Tournament to earn the program’s first NCAA bid in 26 years. With a victory over Richmond in the NCAA play-in game, the squad captured its first NCAA tournament win in program history.

Seremet coached four Major League Lacrosse draftees at Air Force, the first ever draftees in program history. In 2014, Erik Smith (Boston Cannons) and Mike Crampton (Colorado Mammoth) were selected, while in 2016 Christopher Allen (Charlotte Hounds) and Alex Warden (Denver Outlaws) were picked.

Prior to being named the head coach, Seremet was an assistant coach at Air Force from 2002-2008. In that role, worked primarily with the offense, also assisting with recruiting and scouting.