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Logan Greco

 
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Logan Greco is in his first year at the University of Richmond as a volunteer assistant coach for head coach Dan Chemotti.

Greco joins the Spiders after completing his playing career at the University of Virginia, winning the 2019 NCAA National Championship.

Greco was a four-year letterwinner and starter at Virginia. He helped guide the Cavaliers to the 2019 NCAA National Championship and a 17-3 overall record. He was part of a defense that held Yale, the nation’s No. 2 scoring offensive, to its lowest output of the year (9 goals) in the NCAA title game. He started all 20 games for the Cavaliers in the national title season, picking up 38 ground balls and causing 21 turnovers. He was named a USILA Honorable Mention All-America his senior season.

Greco finished his Virginia career playing in 63 total games, including 54 starts on defense. He tallied 87 ground balls and caused 49 turnovers in his career. In 2017, he was voted the Most Improved Player on the team by the coaching staff.

Additionally, Greco worked from 2017-19 with the Hooville Lacrosse Program as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator, while coaching both the outdoor and indoor lacrosse teams. He served as an assistant coach for the Legacy Lacrosse program on Long Island in 2018.

Greco graduate from Virginia in 2019 with a degree in Liberal Arts as a dual major in history and foreign affairs.