Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse All-American Steven Boyle has been named assistant men’s lacrosse coaches at Brown in an announcement made by Brown head coach Lars Tiffany. A native of Derry, New Hampshire, Boyle’s focus at Brown will be working with the offensive schemes and the development of the attackmen and offensive midfielders.
“Steven's always played lacrosse at the highest of echelons, and he has learned from great coaches both at the high school and college level,” said Tiffany. “His approach to coaching is shaped by his former coaches (Dave Pietramala and Bobby Benson) and his own exceptional and creative style of play. Brown Lacrosse is very fortunate to have another man with a National Championship ring on our coaching staff.
Boyle is 2010 graduate of Johns Hopkins with a BA in Political Science, and a three-time All-American for the Blue Jays. He played for Hopkins 2007 NCAA Championship team, and earned the Bob Scott Award for Outstanding Freshman Performance.
Boyle led the Blue Jays in goals, assists, points (32, 23) (55 points) as a senior and was named Hopkins’ Outstanding Attackman for two years (2009 and 2010). He was the 12th overall pick in the 2010 MLL Draft by the Boston Cannons. Last year Boyle was an Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator under head coach Rick Brocato at St. Paul’s School For Boys in Baltimore.