St. Margaret’s Episcopal School announced today the appointment of Brian Kelly as head coach of the Tartans boys lacrosse program. Kelly, who was named head coach of the Tartans girls lacrosse team, moved over to the boys program to make room for Mollie Stevens.
First, welcome Coach Stevens!
Secondly, could not be more excited for the opportunity to lead the boy’s program. A huge shout out to Coach @gmiles25, we’ll be working hard to keep this great program rolling!#GoTartans https://t.co/Hcss3AB82r
— Brian Kelly (@Brian_Kelly19) August 30, 2019
Kelly was previously the head coach of the Whittier College men’s lacrosse program, amassing a 60-49 record from 2009 to 2017 including a berth in the NCAA Div. III National Championships in 2016. A former Major League Lacrosse and National Lacrosse League player, Kelly was a two-time NCAA Div. III All-American long pole midfielder and North/South All-Star selection for Whittier College.
Kelly also is the Director of Methodology at 3D Lacrosse, one of the nation’s leading and fastest-growing lacrosse services company headquartered in Denver. At 3D, Kelly is responsible for developing age- and ability-appropriate training curriculum for grades K-12 athletes from diverse backgrounds, serving as an advocate and mentor for athletes navigating the NCAA recruitment process and introducing best practices to ensure currency and relevance for the most extensive training and event organization in the lacrosse field.
Along with head coach duties, Kelly will assume the role of full-time Lower and Middle School physical education teacher at St. Margaret’s. Kelly previously taught physical education at the Chadwick School in Palos Verdes.