Arizona State Hires John Lamon as Assistant Coach

Arizona State University has announced the hiring of John Lamon as a new assistant coach. Lamon played collegiately at Towson University, where he graduated in 2010. He will assist head coach Chris Malone at ASU.

Lamon played high school lacrosse for St. Mary's in Annapolis, where he was a three-year varsity player and captain his senior year while earning recognition as All County and All Metro. He went on to play four years at Towson University as a midfielder and attackman under head coach Tony Seaman.

Coach Seaman "Very few players that have come through my program over the years that I have felt as strongly about recommending to them to go into the coaching profession as I have about John Lamon. He has a tremendous feel for the game, understands many of the technical parts of the game and has the ability to relate his knowledge to others. John has an A plus personality which will allow him to make great strides with recruiting as well as relating to his players. No one is better suited and has more potential for success in the coaching arena. I look forward to watching his career unfold."

Coach Malone "I am very excited to have John a part of the ASU Men's Lacrosse family. He brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm to the program. We have a young team and John's main responsibility is to help our young players develop over the course of the year. I am very confident that he will be able to handle the task."


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