Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/29/22
Dan Crim has stepped down as Exeter boys’ lacrosse coach after guiding the Eagles to the Berks County championship game this year and earning the conference Coach of the Year.
Crim had a 54-46 mark in 5 seasons at Exeter. His squad this year fell to 10-time champion Wilson, 13-5, in the Berks title game.
Crim also was Berks Coach of the Year in 2019 when he led the Eagles to the finals against Wilson. He formerly was an assistant coach in 2016 at West Chester University, where he was a goalie and a defensive midfielder on a team that won the 2013 NCLL Division II National Championship and was 2014 NCLL Division II National Runner-Up.
Crim, who coaches with Blak Widow, was a 4-year starter at Exeter High, a two-time captain and a three-time All-Berks player.
Crim also was head coach at West Chester Peirce Middle School in 2015.