Mike Tyrrell

Mike Tyrrell was named the Mercer women's lacrosse assistant coach in Dec. 2018 .

Tyrrell most recently stood as the men's and women's lacrosse assistant coach at The University of Alabama- Huntsville. He helped coach the highest scoring offense in NCAA Women's Division II. Tyrell served as the women's offensive and defensive assistant; he lead as the men's defensive coordinator and goaltending coach for both men's and women's team.

Prior coming to Huntsville, Tyrrell was an assistant coach at Tampa, helping the program make its second NCAA tournament appearance. He assisted with the Tampa’s defense which was top 10 in Division II with 8.26 goals per game.

The Calgary, Alberta, native also played collegiately at UT, where he graduated with a bachelor of science in Sport Management. He served as captain and played short stick defense and attack for the Spartans.

Before his arrival at Tampa, he won two Canadian national championships. The first came in 2009 when Tyrrell was a member of the Founder’s Cup championship team with the Calgary Mountaineers box lacrosse team. The second came in 2010 as a part of the Calgary Boykiws team that won the Ross Cup Sr. A Canadian Field Lacrosse Championships.