Ben Wineburg

Ben Wineburg was hired by The College at Brockport as head coach of the men's lacrosse team in 2000.

It marked Brockport's first varsity season since 1979. The Golden Eagles joined the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) in 2002.

Following the 2018 season, Wineburg's career record stands at 106-137 (43.6 winning percentage).

The Golden Eagles ended the year with a 5-9 record and a 3-3 mark in conference action. The season was highlight with the first ever program victory over nationally ranked SUNY Cortland. Wineburg helped coach three members to the All-Conference list. Dallas Meyers received the top honors for Brockport of Defensive Player of the Year. Meyers joined Steven Gurin and Michael Caternolo as they were all First-Team All Conference Honorees.

In 2017, Wineburg Brockport posted an 8-6 overall record and a 4-2 mark in league play, which secured a three seed in the SUNYAC Conference Tournament. Under Wineburg's tutelage, the Golden Eagles landed six players on the All-Conference Team. Conner Blind headlined the awards, earning the Conference Defensive Player of The Year Honors. Blind was also named First-Team All-SUNYAC, with Jake Giudice, Brendan Fitzgerald, Kieran Fitgerald and Steven Gurin earning Second- Team honors. Junior Zach Cook earned All-Honorable Mention as a face-off specialist.

In 2016, the Golden Eagles, under Wineburg's tutelage, recorded one of the best finishes in program history, earning the right to host Brockport's first post-season playoff game. The Golden Eagles finished with a 12-4 overall record, and their 4-2 conference finish was good enough for second. Wineburg's Golden Eagles also made it to the championship round of the SUNYAC tournament while he was named the SUNYAC Coach of the Year. The Golden Eagles placed six on the All-SUNYAC ranks, with Marcus Palvino, Nick Smith, Colin Blind all named to the First-Team, and Jake Giudice, Brendan Fitzgerald, and keeper Connor Nowack all named to the Second-Team. Smith and Palvino were both named to the USILA All-Star Roster and the IMLCA Division III All-Region Team. Smith also earned a spot on the USILA All-American Honorable Mention team.

In 2015, the Golden Eagles finished with a record of 8-7 and a 3-3 mark in conference play and tied for third in the regular season SUNYAC race. Five players were selected to the All-SUNYAC list in 2015, with Nick Smith earning All-American Honorable Mention from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Assocaition.

Wineburg was selected as a coach for the 2014 USILA/LaxWorld North-South All-Star game.