Shawn Nadelen

Head Coach

Shawn Nadelen By the Numbers
Nine Seasons | Johns Hopkins - 2001
Career Record: 83-56 (.597)
CAA Career Record: 24-18 (.571)
CAA Regular Season Titles: 2016, 2017, 2019 (co)
CAA Tournament Titles: 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
NCAA Tournament Appearances: 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
NCAA Quarterfinals: 2016, 2017
NCAA Semifinals: 2017
USILA All-Americans: 7 (2 First Team, 2 Second Team, 3 Third Team), 10 Honorable Mention
USILA Lt. J.G. Donald MacLaughlin Jr. Outstanding Midfielder: Zach Goodrich (2019)
All-CAA Selections: 20 First Team, 18 Second Team, 13 CAA All-Rookie
CAA Players of the Year: 2 Offensive, 3 Defensive

Coaching Honors
2017 USILA Division I Coach of the Year
2016 CAA Coach of the Year
Fastest Coach in Program History to 50 Division I Wins
First Career Win Over USILA Coaches’ Poll #1: Feb. 27, 2019 (12-10 vs. Loyola)

2020 Season | Head Coach | 0-6 Overall, 0-0 CAA
Inside Lacrosse Media All-America Second Team: Koby Smith
Season shortened due to COVID-19 Pandemic
Koby Smith named Inside Lacrosse Media All-America Second Team
2019 Season | Head Coach | 11-5 Overall, 4-1 CAA (CAA Champions, NCAA First Round)
Final USILA Coaches’ Poll Rank: 9th
Lt. J.G. Donal MacLaughlin, Jr. Award Outstanding Midfielder: Zach Goodrich
USILA All-America First Team: Zach Goodrich
USILA All-America Second Team: Alex Woodall
USILA All-America Third Team: Koby Smith
USILA All-America Honorable Mention: Brendan Sunday
Inside Lacrosse Media All-America First Team: Zach Goodrich
Inside Lacrosse Media All-America Second Team: Alex Woodall
Inside Lacrosse Media All-America Third Team: Koby Smith
CAA Co-Player of the Year: Brendan Sunday
All-CAA First Team: Brendan Sunday, Zach Goodrich, Koby Smith, Alex Woodall
All-CAA Second Team: Grant Maloof, Gray Bodden
CAA All-Rookie Team: Mo Sillah, Garrett Zungailia
CAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player: Brendan Sunday
CAA All-Tournament Team: Brendan Sunday, Timmy Monahan, Zach Goodrich, Tyler Canto
Claimed fifth CAA Championship with a 16-14 win over Drexel at UMass.
Team ranked number one in the USILA Coaches’ and Inside Lacrosse Media Polls for the first time in program history.
Hosted NCAA Tournament First Round Game for the first time since the 2005 season.
Towson was the number six seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Beat No. 1 Loyola 12-10 at Johnny Unitas ® Stadium
Program’s second-ever win over topped-ranked program.
Zach Goodrich named USILA Division I Midfielder of the Year
First for the program since 1991 (Rob Shek)
Goodrich was also the first-ever three-time captain.
Opened the season with a 5-0 record, knocking off No. 7 Johns Hopkins (17-8), No. 16 Georgetown (14-8) and No. 1 Loyola (12-10), all at home.
Finished 4-1 in the CAA, earning the second seed for the Tournament.
Reached CAA Tournament finals for a fifth-straight season (2015-19).