Max Silberlicht Named Assistant Lacrosse Coach at Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Head coach Jason Archbell has announced that Max Silberlicht has been named assistant coach at Bowdoin.

Silberlicht comes to the Polar Bears from Lynchburg (Va.) College, where he was an offensive assistant for the last two seasons. He joined the Hornets in 2010 after an outstanding career at Division I Hobart (N.Y.). A three and a half year starter for the Statesmen between the pipes, he climbed the ranks of the school's record books. For his career, he posted a 9.24 goals against average with 18 wins, both program records. He recorded 553 saves with a .576 save percentage, both of which are second all-time at the school.

In 2008, he broke the Hobart single-season goals against average (8.05), and then broke his own record the following year (7.91). Max is also a two time recipient of the C.R.A.G. Outstanding Defensive Player award ('09 and '10), while also being recognized as the senior co-Athlete of the Year for Hobart College.

Silberlicht earned his Masters' degree in Educational Leadership from Lynchburg last May. In addition to his duties with the men's lacrosse program, Silberlicht will also assume additional duties in the Bowdoin Sports Information Office.

2012-08-23



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