|Title:||Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach|
Jared Corcoran is entering his sixth season on the SNHU men’s lacrosse coaching staff. He works primarily with the defense and the goaltenders and led the 2011 defense to an all-time program-best goals-against average.
One of the most decorated goalkeepers in Division II lacrosse history, Corcoran helped lead Le Moyne College to three Division II national championships in goal from 2004-07 and totaled a .700 save percentage over his NCAA Championship appearances. A three-time first team All-American and three-time Division II Goalie of the Year, Corcoran was a two-time captain for the Dolphins and totaled a .640 career save percentage.
Corcoran was also a four-time Northeast-10 Goaltender of the Year recipient and earned All-Conference First Team accolades in each of his four years with the Dolphins and helped the team to four-straight Northeast-10 Conference championship titles and two undefeated seasons.
A native of Concord, N.H., Corcoran was a three-time New Hampshire Goalie of the Year at Concord HS and led the Crimson Tide to a pair of state title appearances. He also spent a post-graduate year at Bridgton Academy in Maine.
Corcoran is currently working towards his master’s degree in Sport Management at SNHU and runs clinics, camps, and private lessons in his spare time.