J.L. Reppert

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J.L. Reppert joined the University of Maryland men's lacrosse coaching staff as an assistant coach in August 2014 and primarily works with the offense.

In three seasons, Reppert has helped lead the Terps to three NCAA Championship games, including the 2017 National Championship, in addition to five Big Ten Conference championships.

Reppert has quickly turned Maryland's offense into one of the top units nationally, climbing from the 27th overall scoring offense in 2015 to 10th overall in 2017.

Reppert has developed nine USILA All-Americans and six Major League Lacrosse draft selections in three seasons in College Park, while coaching Maryland's first-ever Tewaaraton Award winner Matt Rambo.

In 2017, Reppert's offense ranked 10th nationally and averaged 12.5 goals/game - the highest average for a Maryland offense since 1998. Five of the Terps' six offensive starters earned USILA All-America honors: Connor Kelly (1st), Matt Rambo (1st), Colin Heacock (3rd), Tim Rotanz (3rd) and Jared Bernhardt (HM).

Reppert coached one of the greatest players in Maryland history, Matt Rambo, who set the program's records for career points (257) and goals (155) en route to becoming Maryland's first-ever Tewaaraton Award winner.

Reppert was the architect of a revamped Maryland offense in 2016 which scored its most goals and tallied its most assists in a season since 1998 en route the NCAA championship game. Maryland's 2016 offense was particularly potent in its six postseason games, averaging 14 goals/game.

Indiviudally, the 2016 Maryland offense had three 50-point scorers (Matt Rambo, Colin Heacock, Bryan Cole) and two 40-goal scorers (Rambo, Heacock) for the first time since 1998, as well. Rambo became the first player in Maryland history to record 40 goals and 30 assists in a season. Cole (1st), Rambo (2nd) and Heacock (HM) each earned USILA All-America honors, with Rambo becoming the third player in Maryland history to achieve 75 points in a season.

The Terrapins advanced to the NCAA title game in Reppert's first season in 2015, led offensively by 40-goal attackman Matt Rambo. Maryland ranked second in the nation with just 10.7 turnovers per game, en route to capturing a program-record 15 wins. Additionally, midfielder Joe LoCascio was named a USILA All-American.

Reppert came to College Park after spending the prior three seasons as an assistant coach at Navy. Reppert helped improve Navy's shooting percentage immensely, jumping from 28th (.280) to 13th (.311) over the course of his first season in Annapolis.