Jeff Cohen

The all-time leader in wins in lacrosse history at Clark, Jeff Cohen returns for his ninth season on the Cougar sidelines in 2018.

His 63 coaching victories are more than a third of the program's all-time wins which began back in 1989.

2017 was another record-breaking season for the Cougars and Cohen. He laed the team a 13-5 overall record and 2nd place finish in the NEWMAC. The Cougars fell to Springfield College in the NEWMAC championship game.

In 2015 as Cohen guided the Scarlet and White to a school-record tying eight victories and had a pair of first-team all-conference performers.

2014 proved to be the most successful in the 27-year history of the program as Cohen led the team to its most wins in a single season (8) and appeared in the first-ever postseason game in school history.

In his first four years, Cohen had already put together an impressive resume of accomplishments as he attempted to build his alma mater into a regional and nationally-recognized program.

Cohen has twice been named Pilgrim League Coach of the Year (2010, 2012) after leading Clark through the most successful stretch in program history.

In 2013, Cohen guided the Cougars to the program’s first-ever non-losing season and tied the then school record for wins in a single season (7) and had the Cougars in the hunt for a playoff berth on the final day of the regular season for the second consecutive season.

The 2012 campaign was a near-miss for Cohen and the upstart Cougars, who missed out on the playoffs but had three all-conference performers and one of the best offensive seasons in school history.

2011 saw Clark edged out of the playoffs on an obscure tiebreaker, but Cohen’s fingerprints were all over the program as he picked up his second Pilgrim League Coach of the Year award. He put together another six win campaign, highlighted by the program’s first win over Wheaton in more than a decade in double-overtime on the final day of the regular season.

In his first season at the helm of the Cougars, he resurrected the program as Clark went 6-8 overall - more wins than the previous two seasons combined. At one point, the Cougars won four straight games and were in the hunt for a shot at a Pilgrim League playoff berth.

Cohen was also selected to be an assistant coach at the 68th annual USILA/Lax World North/South Senior All-Star Game which took place during the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Final Four weekend.