Jack Spallone

Jack Spallone was named head men's lacrosse coach in July 2022.

Spallone comes in with a wealth of experience in collegiate lacrosse. Most recently, he was the offensive coordinator at Lewis University from 2019-22, where he helped lead the Flyers to a Great Lakes Valley Conference semifinal appearance this season. Three players notched 40 or more points as the team scored over 11.5 goals per game in 2022, and the man-up unit converted 33.3 percent of its chances. In his four years at Lewis, he helped build the recruiting network for the Flyers as well, drawing student-athletes from Illinois, Oklahoma, Colorado, Utah, and Canada.

Prior to his time at Lewis, Spallone was the offensive coordinator at Lycoming College from 2015-19; the coaching staff earned Middle Atlantic Conference-Commonwealth Coach of the Year honors while Spallone was on the staff. Among the student-athletes he coached were the 2019 MAC-Commonwealth Defensive Player of the Year, the 2017 MAC-Commonwealth Rookie of the Year, an IMLCA All-Region Selection, and eight MAC-Commonwealth All-Conference honorees including three First-Team selections. Among his most notable mentees was Michael Tenant, who set Lycoming records for saves and earned conference Defensive Player of the Year accolades.

As a student-athlete, Spallone played at Saint Joseph’s University as an attackman from 2009-11. He earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and business administration from Saint Joseph’s in 2012, and then graduated from Southern New Hampshire University’s master’s of sports management program with a certificate in athletic administration, earning a 4.0 GPA.