Michael Fahey Joins Beloit Lacrosse Staff as Assistant Coach

Beloit College head coach Bob Dignazio has announced the hiring of Michael Fahey as assistant coach.

Fahey comes from Concordia University - Wisconsin, where he served as defensive coordinator and graduate assistant during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. In 2012, he helped lead the second-year squad to the Midwest Lacrosse Conference Semifinals.

A goalie, Fahey began his college career at Onondaga Community College in New York. He earned Academic All-American honors as well as helped the team win the 2007 NJCAA Lacrosse National Championship. After two seasons at OCC, Fahey moved on to Division II Lees-McRae College in North Carolina, where he earned Academic All-Conference honors multiple times. During his senior season, Fahey helped Lees-McRae rank second in the NCAA in saves per game.

Fahey graduated from Lees-McRae in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education. Prior to college, Fahey attended Bishop Timon High School in Buffalo, NY, where he earned First Team All-Conference honors, and was named the runner-up Goalie of the Year in Western New York at the conclusion of his senior year.


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