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Men’s lacrosse: Cardillo, Moore (Ursinus) added to @ArcadiaMLAX staff

Friday, 14th August 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, College  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/14/15
From Press Release

Arcadia University head men’s lacrosse coach Nick Taylor announced that Kevin Cardillo and Ian Moore (Ursinus College) will join the Knights’ staff for the upcoming 2016 season.Arcadia

“We are very excited to add both Ian and Kevin to our coaching staff,” said Taylor. “Both bring NCAA tournament experience that will be invaluable to our group as we continue to build a nationally competitive program.”

Cardillo arrives in Glenside after earning his bachelor’s degree in business management from The Catholic University of America this past May, where he was a four-year letter winner for the Cardinals in goal. Catholic has its most successful season in program history in 2015, posting an 11-6 overall record on its way to capturing its first Landmark Conference title and making its first-ever NCAA Division III Championship Tournament.

This will mark Cardillo’s first coaching experience, but he is no stranger to working in a sports environment, having served as an intern for partnership and event operations for Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union and the Greater Washington Sports Alliance.

Moore comes to Arcadia after earning his bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in coaching from Ursinus College just two months ago. He saw action in 40 games in the midfield during his four seasons with the Bears, totaling 36 goals and 13 assists for 49 career points.

Moore saw action in 17 games for Ursinus as a senior, scoring a career-high 17 goals with three assists for 20 points as the Bears went 14-4 overall, advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament, and finished the season ranked 13th in the final USILA Coaches’ Poll.

The Fair Haven, New Jersey native has been on the coaching staff with United Lacrosse since 2013, serving a head coach for travel teams, designing and implementing practice plans for youth and high school players, and working various camp and recruiting events.

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