|Title:||Head Men's Basketball Coach/Facilities Coordinator|
|College:||Union College '02|
Aaron Galletta enters his eighth year as the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Lasell College, taking over the helm of the program prior to the 2006-07 season. Under Coach Galletta, the men's basketball program has won a GNAC regular season and tournament championship, made two appearance in the ECAC playoffs and one in the NCAA tournament.
Coach Galletta has coached eleven All-Conference players, two Player of the Year honorees, two All-Region players, and one Josten's Trophy Finalist and an Honorable Mention All-American.
He graduated from Union College as the program's all-time leading scorer in 2002, with 1,949 career points. During his senior year, he led the Dutchmen to the second round of the NCAA tournament garnering a number of regional and national honors. He was named an NABC Second Team All-American, a D3Hoops Third Team All-American as well as being chosen the ECAC Upstate NY Player of the Year.
Year Overall Conference
2006-07 16-12 Overall 11-3 NAC ECAC Quarterfinals
2007-08 20-9 Overall 14-4 GNAC GNAC Champion; NCAA Tournament
2008-09 19-10 Overall 14-4 GNAC GNAC Reg. Season Champion; ECAC Semifinalist
2009-10 11-16 Overall 8-10 GNAC
2010-11 6-19 Overall 5-13 GNAC
2011-12 13-14 Overall 11-7 GNAC
2012-13 6-19 Overall 5-13 GNAC
|College:||Mount Ida '12|
Joe Cabral joined the Lasell College men's basketball staff as an assistant coach in the summer of 2013 following a one-year stint as an assistant at Dean College in Boston, Mass.
As an assistant at Dean, Cabral helped the Bulldogs to a 17-6 record, and an appearance in the NJCAA Region 21 championship game.
Cabral graduated from Mount Ida College in May of 2012, earning his Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration and making the Dean's List in each of his four years. A four-year member and three-time captain of the Mustangs basketball program while appearing in 98 games and starting 70 times.
|Title:||Asst. Men's Basketball COach|
Sam Taub joined the Lasell College basketball staff prior to the 2013-14 season. Taub played two season for Drew University before transferring to UMass-Amherst where he graduated with a degree in Social Research and Data Analysis.
A native of Brookline, Massachusetts, Taub is also the director of a summer basketball camp for youths.