Kevin Wallace

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In each of his first two seasons,, Kevin Wallace led Eastern Men's Lacrosse to its most successful seasons

In each of his first two seasons,, Kevin Wallace led Eastern Men's Lacrosse to its most successful seasons. In 2012, he guided the Eagles to Freedom and Mid-Atlantic Conference championships as an Interim Head Coach. Wallace's team went unbeaten in Freedom Conference play and earned a trip to the NCAA Tournament with a thrilling 12-11 overtime win over local rival Widener University. With the interim tag lifted, Coach Wallace was Eastern Men's Lacrosse poised to take the next step toward national prominence. Eastern's 2013 squad finished 15-2 and earned a second straight Freedom Conference Championship. Despite being ranked nationally in, winning percentage, and several defensive and offensive categories, the Eagles did not get a chance to return to the NCAA Tournament because the Freedom Conference did not have an AQ. The Eagles have added several top pool B teams for 2014 and the Freedom Conference will have an AQ in 2015. Wallace grew up in Southeast Pennsylvania where he played high school lacrosse at Avon Grove before playing college lacrosse at Ursinus College. After graduation, Wallace moved to California where he coached high school and club lacrosse. Wallace and his staff have made recruiting inroads into local programs while looking to continue to recruit players on a national level.