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Scott Hackett-Dalgliesh

 
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Scott Hackett-Dalgliesh was named head men's lacrosse coach in August 2018.

An 11-year coaching veteran, he joined the Rensselaer staff from Dartmouth College, where he was an assistant from 2015-18.

While with the Big Green, Hackett-Dalgliesh was a top assistant and recruiting coordinator, while also playing a role with budget preparation, fundraising and alumni relations.

On the field, he coordinated a defense that was nationally-ranked in saves and caused turnovers in 2016. He moved to the offense in his next two seasons, mentoring a unit that increased its productivity in several categories, including goals per game and points per season.

Hackett-Dalgliesh went to Dartmouth from UMass Lowell, where he was as an assistant coach for the 2014 season, the team's first year as a Division I program.

Prior to that, he served as head coach at Division III Marywood University for three seasons (2012-14), posting a record of 25-28 (.472), including a pair of 10-win seasons.

Hackett-Dalgliesh mentored 30 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) All-Academic student-athletes and 23 All-CSAC players while with the Pacers. He also served as coordinator of field operations, where he acted as the department's liaison coordinating and scheduling practices and games.

Before spending 2011 as an assistant at Brown University, Hackett-Dalgliesh assisted at Lafayette College (2009-10), where he worked with 2010 Patriot League Coach of the Year Terry Mangan. Serving as a defensive coordinator, Hackett-Dalgliesh helped the Leopards to one of the most improved seasons in Division I on its way to a national ranking and the program's first-ever appearance in the Patriot League Tournament.

A 2007 graduate of Dickinson College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Law and Policy, Hackett-Dalgliesh played attack and helped set numerous conference and program records at the time. The Red Devils won the most games in a season (11) in 2006 and had the most wins by a class (38) during his career.

The Maryland native earned his masters degree in Public Administration at Marywood in 2009.