Hodgson Hired as New Head Lacrosse Coach at Lycoming

On the field, Hodgson shined at Ramapo High School in the mid-1990s and was named the Most Valuable Player of the Gill-Gibbs Senior All-Star Game in 1996. The Wyckoff, N.J., native then went on to star for four seasons at Drew, leading the Rangers to a 42-20 record and three consecutive Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships. He earned his bachelor's of arts in art history from Drew University in 2000 and he earned his master's of sports business management from Manhattenville in 2010.

Hodgson takes over for Brian Anken, who resigned in July, to become the head men's lacrosse coach at Division I Virginia Military Insititute. Anken led the Warriors for four seasons, accumulating a record of 23-5 (.821) in the MAC over the last three years.

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2010-09-14



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