Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse All-American Steven Boyle joined the Brown coaching staff in 2011. A native of Derry, New Hampshire, Boyle’s focus at Brown has been working with the offensive schemes and the development of the attackmen and offensive midfielders.
"The man lives, breathes and eats this profession," said Brown head coach Lars Tiffany. " It is not hard to see that he is a son of a coach. Steve bring an intrinsic connection to the game and exceptional intrinsic value to our organization. Having coached with us for three years, I have witnessed his growth and development as a intuitive and keen offensive coordinator. Equally strong words can characterize the work he does with our offensive personnel, improving each of them to become better dodgers, shooters and feeders. Our men place tremendous trust in Steve, knowing the skills and schemes he shares with them have been time-tested through his own exceptional experiences as a player at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. We all benefit from having Steve with our program."
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. He has continued his professional career with the Rochester Rattlers.
In 2010, Boyle was an Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator under head coach Rick Brocato at St. Paul’s School For Boys in Baltimore.