Rashad Devoe, who earned a master’s degree in public health from West Chester University, has been named head coach of the men’s lacrosse program at Amherst College in Massachusetts, according to a report from The Daily Hampshire Gazette.
Last season, Devoe coached at Hampton University. Prior to that, he coached at the Naval Academy Preparatory School for a year.
“I am thoroughly excited to be able to coach and mentor the young men in this program and help them reach their goals off the field, as well as on the field,” said Devoe.
Devoe has more than two decades of coaching experience among the collegiate, professional, and college-preparatory ranks. Throughout his long and fruitful career, he has coached and mentored three All-Americans and 29 all-conference selections, as well as a pair of conference Rookies of the Year.
“His experience working at different levels of lacrosse, including in the NESCAC (New England Small College Athletic Conference), will be invaluable to our students’ success, both on and off the field,” said Amherst College Director of Athletics Don Faulstick.
Read more about Rashad Devoe in The Daily Hampshire Gazette here.
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