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PARADINE NAMED DIVISION II NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

In his eighth year at the helm of LR’s men's lacrosse team, head coach Greg Paradine was named the Division II National Coach of the Year by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. He has been the sole leader of the program since it began in 2009.

Paradine led the men's lacrosse team to its best season yet, going 17-3 overall and an undefeated 8-0 record in South Atlantic Conference play. It was a season of unprecedented success as the Bears captured the regular-season SAC Championship and earned the right to host the national semifinals. 

This is the third National Coach of the Year honor given to an LR Lenoir-Rhyne head coach in school history, joining Clarence Stasavich (football, 1959) and Todd Starkey (women's basketball, 2008-09). 

 

 

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PARADINE NAMED DIVISION II NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR
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In his eighth year at the helm of LR’s men's lacrosse team, head coach Greg Paradine was named the Division II National Coach of the Year by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. He has been the sole leader of the program since it began in 2009.

Paradine led the men's lacrosse team to its best season yet, going 17-3 overall and an undefeated 8-0 record in South Atlantic Conference play. It was a season of unprecedented success as the Bears captured the regular-season SAC Championship and earned the right to host the national semifinals. 

This is the third National Coach of the Year honor given to an LR Lenoir-Rhyne head coach in school history, joining Clarence Stasavich (football, 1959) and Todd Starkey (women's basketball, 2008-09). 

 

 

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