Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/25/21 – From Press Release
COVID-19 has certainly made this an unpredictable year at Haverford. Head men’s lacrosse coach Nick Taylor recently sat down for an interview where he talks about his team is dealing with the current circumstances, staying connected as a team, and making the most of every opportunity they have together.
Taylor is currently in his third season leading the men’s lacrosse program at Haverford. In his first year with the Fords he led the program to a pair of top-10 victories and coached Ben Frost ’19 who was named the Centennial Conference Player of the Year and received Haverford’s William W. Ambler ’45 Award.
Although the 2020 season was cut short, the Fords continued to test themselves with a nationally-challenging schedule which ultimately concluded with an 11-5 win over Baldwin Wallace during the team’s trip to Colorado in March.
Taylor joined the Fords after serving as the head coach at Arcadia for four seasons while becoming the program’s winningest coach.
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