Men's Lacrosse Coaching Staff
Scott Meehan
Assistant Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Washington and Lee University '12
Experience: 1st Year

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Scott Meehan (Washington and Lee '12) was named the offensive coordinator on the Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse coaching staff on January 11, 2019.

"I'm excited to announce Scott Meehan as our new offensive coordinator," said Saint Joseph's head coach Taylor Wray. "I've seen first-hand the job that he did at conference opponent Mount St. Mary's, and he gets incredibly high praise from head coach Dan Chemotti from his time at Richmond. The thing that stuck out most to me about Scott during the interview process is the passion he has for coaching and his love of teaching the game."

Meehan arrives on Hawk Hill by way of Binghamton University, where he was an assistant coach with the Bobcats since August 2018.

Prior to that stop, Meehan spent two seasons as the offensive coordinator at conference-mate Mount St. Mary's during the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. Meehan coached an offense that ranked 18th nationally in both points per game and assists per game and 23rd in scoring offense. In Meehan's two seasons at the helm of the Mountaineers' offense, MSM improved from 8.7 goals per game to 11.2 goals per game.

Meehan served as a volunteer assistant at the University of Richmond for the 2015-16 season, where the Spiders were ranked as high as 18th nationally and finished the spring at 11-5 overall, their highest ranking and best finish in program history.

Beginning his coaching experience at Franklin and Marshall College, Meehan took on the role of head assistant from Summer 2012 through Fall 2015, where he oversaw offensive schemes and the extra man offense and coached three All-Americans. In 2013, the Diplomats' coaching staff was tabbed the Centennial Conference Coaching Staff of the Year.

Meehan was a four-year attackman at Washington and Lee University from 2009-12, where he notched 93 points (49g, 23a) and served as team captain in a senior season in which he went for 30 goals and 23 assists en route to team MVP honors. He graduated from Washington and Lee with a degree in economics in 2012.