UMass Alum Tim McCormack Named Assistant Coach For Northwestern Women's Lacrosse - UMass Athletics

UMass Alum Tim McCormack Named Assistant Coach For Northwestern Women's Lacrosse

Former UMass men's lacrosse goalkeeper Tim McCormack (2008-12) recently accepted a position as an assistant coach with the seven-time NCAA Champion Northwestern University women's lacrosse program. McCormack was a three-year starter for the Minutemen, totaling 474 stops and a .559 save percentage in goal while earning USILA All-America, NEILA All-New England and All-CAA awards.

"I am thrilled for Tim McCormack and the Northwestern women's lacrosse program," said Massachusetts head coach Greg Cannella, now entering his 20th season in charge of the Minutemen. "He is an outstanding young man and coach. His tremendous leadership ability, loyalty and commitment to excellence will serve him well in Kelley Amonte Hiller's one-of-a-kind program. Tim lives and believes in the standards set by Coach Amonte Hiller and the great tradition of success she has established at Northwestern University."

More information on Northwestern women's lacrosse, including the entire announcement, is available here. Fans of UMass can stay up-to-date with the Minutemen and Minutewomen through the official UMass Athletic Department website.

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