follow us on...

Immaculata promotes assistant Mullen to post of men’s head coach

Tuesday, 21st July 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Posted 7/21/09

    Immaculata University Director of Athletics Patricia Canterino has named assistant Martin Mullen as the Mighty Macs new head men’s lacrosse coach.

    Mullen served as an assistant coach with the program during its first three seasons of play. He assisted former coach Bob Bush in the day-to-day coaching and instruction of student-athletes on skill development. He also helped coordinate recruiting efforts and fundraising activities.

    Mullen is no stranger to the area, as he was a member of Bishop Shanahan High School’s men’s lacrosse staff for eight seasons before coming to Immaculata. He served as the head JV coach and assistant varsity coach at Shanahan from 1999 to 2006.

    Mullen has served as a coach with the Black Bear Lacrosse Club the past two years, providing instruction and training at camps, clinics and tournaments through the area. He had previously served as the head coach of the Falcons Lacrosse Club for two seasons, working with elite high school select teams.

    Mullen earned All-Chest-Mont honors as a midfielder at Downingtown High School. He later went on to play at St. Joseph’s University and West Chester University (club).



Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.

Latest Headlines