Bill Schmoldt Joins the Oberlin Men's Lacrosse Coaching Staff

Oberlin College head men's lacrosse coach Topher Grossman has announced that Bill Schmoldt has been hired to be his lead assistant for the upcoming 2013 season.

Schmoldt comes to Oberlin after serving as the head coach of John Carroll University's club team since 2006. During his time with the Blue Streaks he recorded a 53-38 record and guided the team to its first-ever appearance in the National College Lacrosse League (NCLL) playoffs. His tireless efforts also helped JCU rank as high as 23rd in the country in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) rankings.

"I would like to thank Coach Grossman for this opportunity," Schmoldt said "He has done some great things with the program in a short period of time and I look forward to helping him take this team to the next level."

Prior to arriving at John Carroll, Schmoldt worked as an assistant varsity coach and head freshmen coach at St. Ignatius High School from 2001-2006. Furthermore, he has also been the director of the Cleveland Suburban Lacrosse League since 2001.

A 2001 graduate of Marquette University (WI), Schmoldt was a Communications and Technology Instructor at St. Ignatius High School from 2001-2012.

He and his wife, Josephine, have two children, a son William Jr. (7), and a daughter, Ava (6).


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