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Andrew Deane

 
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Andrew Deane wrapped up his second year on the Bates men's lacrosse coaching staff in 2020.

Deane comes to Bates from Western New England University, where he served as a graduate assistant for three seasons, working with the goalkeepers, faceoff players, the man-down unit and defensive players. He helped coach WNE to a pair of Commonwealth Coast Conference titles and NCAA Tournament appearances. Deane was selected to coach in the 2018 NEILA East/West Senior All-Star Game. He graduated in 2018 with a master's degree in organizational leadership.

Before his time at WNE, Deane was a University/Local Development Officer in Headingly, England, for the English Lacrosse Association. He coached the Leeds Beckett University men's lacrosse team and competed for the Leeds City Lacrosse Club, winning the NEMLA Prem 3 League and Tournament Championship. Deane organized, introduced, and developed lacrosse curricula in physical education settings at local schools for grades K-12.

Deane was a four-year player and one-year volunteer assistant at Eastern Connecticut State University. He was part of two Little East Conference champion and NCAA tournament teams. Deane graduated with a B.S. degree in Physical Education (K-12 Teaching Certification), with minors in health and sport and leisure management.