Kevin McDonough

Kevin McDonough will enter his first year as Head Men's Lacrosse Coach in 2020-21.

McDonough is the second coach in Chatham Men's Lacrosse history and will lead the program into its fourth season in 2021.

McDonough, an Oakdale, New York native, comes from Ohio Wesleyan University where he served as the defensive coordinator for two seasons. At OWU, he was charged with practice planning, equipment management, recruiting coordination, strength and conditioning organization, and academic advising to his student-athletes.

In the 2019 season, McDonough helped five Ohio Wesleyan players to All-Conference Defensive honors and one defenseman to a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Newcomer of the Year accolade.

Prior to OWU, McDonough served as an assistant coach at Frostburg State University, specializing in defense, face-offs, and box coaching. In his three years at Frostburg, he helped coach two All-Conference defensemen and three All-Americans, one of which led Division III in face-off win percentage.

"We are excited that Coach McDonough has come on board," said Director of Athletics, Leonard Trevino. "With this background and the success he has been apart of, we know that he is ready to move Chatham Lacrosse in the direction we want to go."

McDonough is a 2015 alumni of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County where he served as a two-year captain and three-year starter for their Division I lacrosse program. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from UMBC before receiving a Master of Education degree from Frostburg State in 2017.

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