Scott Urick Named Assistant Coach For Cornell

Scott Urick Named Assistant Coach For Cornell

Scott Urick Named Assistant Coach For Cornell

Scott Urick Named Assistant Coach For Cornell

Georgetown Grad Hired as Men's Lacrosse Assistant Coach

ITHACA, N.Y. - Scott Urick, a two-time All-America selection as captain of the Georgetown Hoyas, was named part-time assistant coach of the Cornell University men's lacrosse team, it was announced Aug. 30 by head coach Jeff Tambroni. Urick's primary responsibility will be working with the Big Red attack.

"Having a player of Scott's ability on the coaching staff will pay immediate dividends in the offensive end," Tambroni said. "His blue-collar style of play certainly fits the personality and character of the program."

Urick, a 2000 graduate with a bachelor's degree in government, led the Hoyas to the NCAA tournament in each of the last four seasons, including the 1999 Final Four. As captain in each of the last two seasons, Urick was voted to the All-America squad. He was also selected to the All-ECAC squad and participated in the North-South all-star game last season.

Urick, a native of Fairfax, Va., helped rewrite the Georgetown record book during his career. He set the single-season marks for both goals (47) and ground balls (97) in 1999, a season which culminated with Urick being named to the NCAA all-tournament team, and he left the Hoyas with the career record for both goals (144) and ground balls (224).

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    by (#4318) on 9/01/00 @3:48PM
He's a native of Geneva and a Hobart guy like the other 2 coaches at Cornell. I guess we can call Cornell Lax the Hobart Annex, or Hobart East.
 
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