Bill Mccutcheon

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Bill McCutcheon completed his third season as head men's lacrosse coach in 2021.

In an 11-9 win over Sacred Heart on April 21, the Seahawks posted their largest comeback victory (four goals) since rallying from three goals down against NJIT in March 2016.

Following his first season at the helm in 2019, McCutcheon helped Stephen Dwyer earned All-NEC Rookie Team selection.

McCutcheon came to Grymes Hill in October of 2018 following a five-year stint as an assistant coach at Monmouth University, where he was a member of the program's inaugural staff in 2013 and helped develop the Hawks into a consistent, respected, perennial contender in the MAAC.

While at Monmouth, in just the program's fifth season in 2017, McCutcheon played a key role assisting head coach Brian Fisher in guiding the Hawks to the MAAC regular season and conference championship, as Monmouth achieved a perfect 6-0 league record and overall mark of 14-4 that year.

Following an All-American playing career at New Jersey's Chatham High School, McCutcheon played one season at Johns Hopkins University before going on to become a standout on attack for three years at Towson University where he compiled 38 goals, 21 assists and 59 points in his final two seasons.

As a senior at Towson, McCutcheon tied for the team lead with 23 goals and 15 assists and paced the Tigers with 38 points en route to earning Second-Team All-Conference honors. A team captain, McCutcheon won the Tiger Leadership Award, and competed in the 2009 USILA North-South Senior All-Star Game.

"I'm thrilled to add Bill McCutcheon to the Wagner athletics family and am extremely confident that he will lead our men's lacrosse program to tremendous success," said Seahawk athletic director Walt Hameline. "Bill checks all the boxes as a former local high school All-American, a tremendous collegiate student-athlete, and, above all else, the work that he did in helping to building Monmouth into a respected, model program in such a short span of time."

In addition to having 17 Monmouth players named to the 2017 MAAC Men's Lacrosse All-Academic Team, the Hawks achieved a number of program firsts that year, including defeating a ranked opponent with a road win at 16th-ranked Villanova to open the season. As that magical season wore on, the Hawks received votes in both national polls and rose to No. 19 in the Maverik Men's Lacrosse Division I Media Poll after winning the MAAC Tournament title.

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