Title: Assistant Coach
Jim Rogalski enters first his second season as defensive coordinator for the Wolverines, after previously serving as head coach at Lafayette for five seasons (2013-17).
In addition to his coordinator duties in his initial season in Ann Arbor, he helped guide goalie Tommy Heidt to the top goals-against mark in program history (10.11).
Prior to his time at Lafayette, he was the head man at Division III Scranton, where he led the Royals to the 2011 Landmark Conference Championship and the program's first NCAA Tournament appearance in his first season on the sidelines. He compiled an 18-15 record after two consecutive winning seasons and also coached Scranton's first All-American.
Prior to taking over at Scranton, Rogalski spent six seasons on the coaching staff at Rutgers, beginning in 2004. He spent three seasons as the head assistant lacrosse coach before being promoted to associate head coach in 2007. In his first three seasons under Jim Stagnitta at Rutgers, Rogalski handled various coaching and administrative duties, including game and practice planning, recruiting, monitoring NCAA compliance, as well as organizing clinics for local youth players and youth coaches. In his role as associate head coach, he oversaw the Scarlet Knights' recruiting efforts, which resulted in nationally-ranked recruiting classes by Inside Lacrosse magazine in 2007 and 2008 and commitments from five High School All-Americans for the 2011 season.
He has also served as an assistant coach at Drexel University, Washington & Lee University, Goucher College, Western New England College, and St. Mary's College of Maryland, his alma mater.
During his undergraduate days at St. Mary's, Rogalski was a four-year letterman and three-year starter, in addition to a two-time All-Capital Athletic Conference honoree.
Rogalski is the owner of Ski Lax, Inc., and co-owner of Coast to Coast Lacrosse Camp, Inc. He and his wife, Susan, have two daughters, Ella and Lia, and a son, Colton.
Title: Assistant Coach
Justin Turri enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Wolverines. Most recently, Turri served as the offensive coordinator at Harvard.
Turri joins the Wolverine staff after spending the past season as the offensive coordinator at Harvard, where he guided a Crimson offensive unit that featured All-American and All-Ivy League performer Morgan Cheek.
Prior to his stint in Cambridge, he served as an assistant at Army West Point, working with the team’s faceoff, offense, and extra-man units. Prior to his time at West Point, he spent the 2014 season at Providence College, where he assisted with the offense and extra-man units, as well as the substitution box and game day as well as film analysis.
The West Islip, N.Y., native was a four-year starter at Duke, and was twice named a USILA All-American, finishing his career with 70 goals and 52 assists (122 points). He led the Blue Devils to the 2010 national championship, as well as ACC titles in 2009 and 2012, with the Blue Devils making the NCAA semifinals in all four years of his time in Durham.
He continues to craft his trade in Major League Lacrosse as a midfielder with the Boston Cannons, where he is teammates with former Wolverine standout Kyle Jackson (2013-16).
Turri, an Academic All-ACC honoree during his time at Duke, earned a degree in economics, as well as a Master’s degree in business prior to spending two years as a sports finance analyst.