Brendan Storrier

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Brendan Storrier was named the new Men’s Head Lacrosse Coach at Mars Hill Universityon June 4, 2018.

Storrier was an assistant at Limestone College, a perennial national DII power in men’s lacrosse, from 2010-18. Storrier was also a two-year member of the Saints men's lacrosse program (2008 & 2009).

Storrier has twice been named Assistant Coach of the Year during his tenure with the Saints, earning the distinction from the USILA in 2014 and from the IMLCA in 2017.

In his eight seasons on the sidelines, Limestone has an impressive resume that consists of a 140-18 overall record, a 44-1 mark in Conference Carolinas play, eight straight Conference Carolinas Regular Season Championships, seven conference tournament titles, seven consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, five National Championship Game appearances, and three NCAA Division II National Championships.

Storrier helped guide the Saints to a third NCAA Division II National Championship in four years during the 2017 season as his offensive unit once again led the nation in scoring with 16.09 goals per game. Limestone also paced the Division II ranks in points (384) and points per game (23.09) while finishing second in total assists (154) and scoring margin (8.14).

He helped mentor a record-breaking offensive unit during the 2016 campaign as the Saints set NCAA Division II benchmarks in wins (21), points (664), goals (424), and assists (240). The 664 points the team recorded that season ranked the highest across all three NCAA Divisions. He coached one the nation’s best offensive players in Mike Messenger, the 2016 Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award winner as the Most Outstanding Player in Division II and the 2016 Lt. J.G. Donald MacLaughlin, Jr. Award as the Most Outstanding Midfielder in Division II.

In 2015, he played an important role in guiding the Saints to a second straight NCAA Division II National Championship. Under his guidance that season, Limestone led the nation in several offensive categories: scoring offense, scoring margin, points, points per game, assists, and assists per game.

As a two-year player with the Saints, Storrier helped lead the team to a 22-6 overall record and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. He led Limestone in goals, assists and points both years, tallying 44 goals and 33 assists for 77 points as a junior in 2008 before posting 34 goals, 18 assists and 52 points during his senior campaign.