Brian Endicott brings his wealth of lacrosse knowledge & coaching experience to Dual State Lacrosse. Endicott was most recently an assistant coach of the Men’s Lacrosse Program at Curry College, where he’d been since 2014. Before Curry, he was the head men’s lacrosse coach at Wheaton College from the fall of 2008 through 2011, where in his first two years he led the team to back to back league championship appearances as well as the ECAC tournament semi-finals in 2009. During the spring 2008, prior to being named head coach at Wheaton, Brian was an assistant coach at Endicott College, under current Boston Cannon’s Head Coach Sean Quirk, where he helped lead the nationally-ranked Gulls to a program-record 18 wins and their first ECAC Tournament championship. In addition to his success & experience as a Men’s college coach, Endicott was the assistant coach for the boy’s varsity lacrosse team at his alma mater, Malden Catholic High School in 2005 & 2006. He also brings ample experience as an instructor & coach for a number of youth and high school camps throughout the country. He has been a coach and instructor for the Rising Stars Boys Lacrosse Camp at Wheaton College, the Peak 200 and Peak Performance Camps at Springfield College as well as the Blue Chip Lacrosse Camps in Rhode Island. He has also served on the coaching staff for the Southern Combat Lacrosse Camp in Atlanta, Adrenaline Lacrosse Camp in San Diego, True Lacrosse in Chicago and, in 2002, he gained valuable coaching experience at the U.S. Naval Academy Camp in Annapolis, Maryland. Endicott played his college lacrosse at Springfield College from 2001-2004 and was a 2001 U.S. Lacrosse All-American while playing for Malden Catholic High School. He is excited about bringing his coaching knowledge to the Dual State Boys Program!