|Title:||Co-Head Women's Lacrosse Coach|
Adam Green was promoted to the Co-Head Coach of the Lasell women's lacrosse program prior to the 2014 season, after spendign a year as the program's Associate Head Coach. Green joined the Lasell College women's lacrosse coaching staff beginning in the fall of 2010, after spending a year at Daniel Webster College where he was head coach Cait Connolly's assistant. While at Daniel Webster, Green assisted in all aspects of the program with an emphasis on developing the offense.
At Lasell, Coach Green is in charge of Lasell's offense which ranked in the top 5 nationally for NCAA Division III in both 2012 and 2013. The Lasers averaged 16.8 goals per game in each of the last two season, good for 4th in 2012 and 3rd in 2013. In both seasons Lasell's offense has placed two players in the top 10 in the nation in total points.
Green coordinates the Lasers non-traditional season which takes place in the fall, and he is also the program's primary recruiter.
Prior to coaching at Daniel Webster, Green had a successful seven year stint in the New Hampshire high school ranks, coaching for several years at Bishop Guertin before moving on to a major rebuilding project at Londonderry High School. In four years, Londonderry rose to a New Hampshire Division 1 powerhouse, reaching the state Quarter-Finals in 2006, Final Four in 2007, and Finals in 2008 before capturing it's first State Championship in 2009.
Green's primary responsibility while at Londonderry was coordinating their high powered offense, which outscored opponents by 223 goals in their 2009 championship season. The Londonderry lacrosse program produced numerous All-State selections and several First Team All-Americans. In addition to lacrosse, Green coached field hockey at Londonderry for five seasons and was part of the coaching staff that led the Lancers to the 2008 State Championship.
A resident of Londonderry, New Hampshire, Green is a 1986 graduate of Brigham Young University where he was a defensive midfielder on the Cougar's lacrosse team.