Pascal Becomes Babson's First Full-Time Asst. Lacrosse Coach

BABSON PARK, Mass.-Adam Pascal, who served as a part-time assistant lacrosse coach last spring, has been promoted and will become the program's first full-time assistant, Babson College head coach Brendan Gorman announced on Monday. In addition to his assistant coaching duties, Pascal will also take on a role as an assistant athletics communications director.

"Having Adam as the first full-time assistant is a huge step forward for the Babson lacrosse program," stated Gorman. "His expeirence and enthusiasm is going to have an incredibly positive impact on the team and his energy as a recruiter will allow us to continue to attract some of the best and brightest student athletes from around the country."

Pascal, who graduated as a two-time All-American from Middlebury College in 1999, has extensive coaching experience at the college, high school, and club levels. Following one season as an assistant coach at Harvard University and two at Williams College, he was named head coach at the College of Holy Cross in August 2004. Pascal, who won 2007 New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Coach of the Year honors after leading the program to its best record since 1988, resigned in 2011 after seven years at the helm.

Following his stint at Holy Cross, Pascal spent one season as an assistant coach at the Moses Brown School in Rhode Island, one year as the head coach at the Noble & Greenough School, and also served as an assistant coach at Wellesley High School for two seasons. In addition to his coaching experience, Pascal also writes a feature called the Inside Roll for insidelacrosse.com.

"I am really excited about continuing to work with coach Gorman," said Pascal. "I am appreciative of this opportunity and am looking forward to coaching our student-athletes and representing the College."

In Pascal's first season with the Babson program last spring, the Green and White won 11 games, its most since 2003, and advanced to the conference title game for the third time in the last four seasons.

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