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Endowing Our Future

Endowed Coaches and Staff Positions

Endowment Supports Our Competitive Advantage

Athletics is important to St. Lawrence students. Today, more than 90 percent of them participated in high school athletics, and now one- third play on a varsity team. The student-athlete experience prepares them for the challenges they will face in the classroom, in competition, and following graduation.

By endowing coaching positions, you recognize the importance of leadership on and off the fields. Your support also goes toward enhancing our competitive advantage, elevating our programs’ reputations, and providing an educational environment that embraces a campus-wide approach to wellness. Program director positions outside of athletics can also be endowed.

  • 514

    514 National All-Americans

  • $1.5 million

    $1.5 million will endow a head coaching position or program director 

  • 9

    9 Coach of the Year Awards since 2015

Featured Laurentian Story

Women's Lacrosse  Team 2019
Endowing Our Future

A Personalized Coaching Approach

Hannah Corkery ’11 has brought a coaching philosophy back to St. Lawrence she learned as a player from her coach and mentor.

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Campaign News

  • Coach Denne

    Denne Joins Liberty League Champs

    Thirty-two days. That’s how long Scott Denne, the new head men’s and women’s squash coach, had been at St. Lawrence before helping the women’s team secure their second consecutive Liberty League Championship. 

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  • Endowing Our Future - Coaches and Staff Positions - Softball

    Building a Team and a Community Far From Home

    The St. Lawrence University softball team has a roster of players from all over the country, and head coach Elisa Van Kirk wouldn’t have it any other way.

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  • Endowing Our Future - Laurentians Support Strength in Mentorship

    Laurentians Support Strength in Mentorship

    When a star men’s lacrosse player died in an accident in 2015, Jordan Dow ’18 and the rest of the team were left feeling lost and unmoored. What pulled him and his teammates through their devastation was the devotion that Head Coach Mike Mahoney ’93 showed to the men’s lacrosse community.

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