Matt Justice

PA: Immaculata
Justice joins Immaculata following a successful stint as a Graduate Assistant Coach at Eastern University where he worked with the Offense and Goalies.

Prior to his stint at Eastern, Justice spent two years at Division II Institution, Davis & Elkins where he was the Offensive Coordinator for the 2016-17 season before being named Head Coach for the 2017-18 season. In the 2017-18 season, Justice had the distinction of being the youngest head men’s lacrosse coach across all NCAA Divisions.

Justice got his interim label removed on May 6, 2020 and was named head coach following his first year on campus. The Macs improved during the shortened 2020 season and ranked third in goals per game (9.75) and assists per game (5.25). Under Justice, Steve Long ranked second in the Atlantic East with 3.5 goals per game while Denton States led the league with 16 saves per game. He earned his first win at Immaculata as the Macs beat Albright 13-10 on March 5th. Long was named Atlantic East Player of the Week for his seven-goal effort in the win.

During his time at Marymount, Justice was a four-year member of the team earning the start in every game that he played in while also serving as a Captain during his senior (2015-16) season. Justice also ranked in the top-five on the team in scoring each of his last three seasons with the program with his best season coming during his sophomore year when he accounted for 32 points with 20 goals and 12 assists. Justice also ranked second on the team in goal scoring at the end of his junior and senior seasons scoring 23 and 20 goals, respectively.

Justice earned his Bachelor of Arts in Special Education and Core Curriculum Instruction for Grades k-12 from Marymount University in December 2016 and is currently working toward his Masters in Organizational Leadership at Eastern University.