Emerson Athletics is pleased to announce that Matthew Colombini will be the new Head Coach for Emerson Men’s Lacrosse. Coach Colombini comes to Emerson after serving as the assistant coach at Colby College in Waterville, ME. Prior to Colby, he was the assistant and subsequent interim head coach at Wheaton College.
Colombini attended Ursinus College in Pennsylvania where he studied history with a minor in coaching and secondary Education. While at Ursinus Colombini played Goalie for their varsity lacrosse team and was named to the 2011 All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team.
He is well versed in the NEWMAC Conference and will bring excellent expertise, insight and enthusiasm to the program. We are extremely fortunate to have someone of his character and caliber to lead the lacrosse program to an elite level in the highly competitive NEWMAC Conference.
Will Jennings joins the Emerson Men's Lacrosse staff after a storied career at Endicott College ('17), where he studied Studio Art.
Jennings had a staggering 188 goals and 59 assists during his four year career with the Gulls. He was named to the First Team All-CCC in 2015, 2016, and 2017. In addition he was made the 2017 NEILA East-West All-Star Game team and was named to the 2017 NEILA All-Region Second Team. He also received a 2017 USILA All-America Honorable Mention.
Jennings will be working primarily with the offense and recruiting for the Lions.
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Dave Kraus comes to Emerson after playing for the Ursinus College Bears, class of 2012, where he was a 2 year captain and played with Coach Colombini. While at Ursinus, Kraus scored 51 goals and had 19 assists. He did this in three years as he was sidelined due to injury during his junior year. As a captain, he helped lead the Bears to their first playoff appearance in school history. After a storied offensive career at Ursins, Kraus will be serving as the Lions Offensive Coordinator and will run the box on game days. Before joining the Lions, Kraus served as an assistant Coach at Oregon State.