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In season six as head coach of the Michigan men's lacrosse team, head coach John Paul has continued his quest towards building the Wolverines into an NCAA power after spending the previous 14 seasons as head coach of the University of Michigan men's lacrosse club team, compiling a career record of 241-44. Under his direction, the team earned 13 straight Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) national tournament invitations (1999-2011), reaching at least the quarterfinals every year except one. His teams captured an unprecedented three straight national club team titles from 2008-10, and 11 of the last 13 Central Collegiate Lacrosse Association (CCLA) championships, including each of the last five.
Team Five (2016) went 3-2 in its first five games, which included a 9-8 win over Colgate, the highest ranked team the Wolverines have defeated in program history. U-M finished with a 2-4 record at home and a 1-6 record away from Ann Arbor, and ended the season with a record of 3-10. Michigan played the 20th-toughest schedule in the country, including three of the four NCAA Final Four participants and eventual NCAA champion North Carolina. Senior longstick midfielder Chase Brown was named All-Big Ten Honorable mention for his stellar season, while Kyle Jackson became the first player in varsity history to be signed by a Major League Lacrosse franchise (Boston Cannons).
Head Coach John Paul
Ken Broschart was hired as an assistant coach for the U-M varsity men's lacrosse program on June 22, 2011, and is entering his sixth season with the U-M varsity lacrosse program.
Broschart has spent his tenure as a varsity coach as the Wolverines defensive coordinator, and employed an up-tempo, fast-sliding defensive system for the Wolverine defensive.
Assistant Coach Ken Broschart
Conor Ford is in his third season with the U-M program after joining the staff on July 21, 2014. Ford serves as the teams offensive coordinator, and joined the the program after serving the previous five seasons in a similar role at Drexel.
In his first seasons at U-M, Ford guided Kyle Jackson in setting the school record for goals in a career, aiding in Jackson becoming the first U-M player in varsity history to sign a pro contract with a Major League Lacrosse franchise.
Assistant Coach Conor Ford
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