Vinnie Alexander

Once a scholar athlete, now teacher and coach, Vinnie Alexander attended nearby Westhill High School (Syracuse).

Vinnie Alexander 11 has been serving as an Assistant Coach for the Dolphins since 2015. In his tenure at Le Moyne, the Dolphins have made it to Championship Weekend three times, securing the programs fifth (2016) and sixth (2021) national championships. Each run capped off perfect seasons for the Dolphins. In addition to the teams success, Alexander has fostered individual success by contributing to the development and growth of 42 All-Americans since coming on board. Alexander was also the recipient of the Division II Most Outstanding Assistant Coach Award following the 2021 season.

Alexander attended Westhill High School (Syracuse, NY) and continued his education at two collegiate lacrosse powerhouses, Onondaga Community College (OCC) and Le Moyne College. While at OCC, he was named 2nd Team All-American, JUCO Academic All-American as well as JUCO national champion in 2009, where he served as team captain.

Upon transferring to Le Moyne, Alexander finished among the top three points leaders in the two seasons he spent with the Dolphins and competed on the National Championship stage in 2010. He thrived in the classroom, finishing his academic career with Deans List recognition, a bachelors degree in history and masters degree in special education ('15).

Following graduation, Alexander has worked as a Social Studies teacher in numerous school districts throughout Central New York while simultaneously beginning his coaching career. He returned to OCC in 2012 and 2013 as an assistant coach. During that time, the Lazers capped off two perfect seasons, winning back-to-back JUCO National Championships. In 2014, he was named Westhill High Schools junior varsity boys lacrosse coach while serving as a 9th grade social studies teacher.

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