|Title:||Head Men's Lacrosse Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Babson College, 2009|
The 2013 season marks the third year for head coach Tyler Low with the UMass Boston men’s lacrosse program.
Low, is only the eighth head coach in the program’s history and has made it his goal to make the Beacons one of the top programs in the Little East Conference. Since being named the head coach of the Beacons, Low has recruited tirelessly and has started to rebuild the foundation to one of the most dominant programs in UMass Boston’s history.
In his first season on the bench, Low brought in a total of 18 new faces. Competing against some of the top competition in New England, Low’s Beacons worked tirelessly to improve all facets of their game. That development continued in 2012, with another core group of newcomers, which included two Little East Conference Rookie of the Week, and the Rookie of the Year in Donny Delpha.
Under Low’s leadership the Beacons continued to compete against some of the top teams in Division III, including conference rivals Eastern Connecticut State University and Keene State College. Perhaps his biggest moment since coming to UMass Boston came when the Beacons upended previously undefeated UMass Dartmouth to earn their first conference win of the season.
That victory sent shockwaves through the lacrosse world, as it was rated the biggest upset of the 2012 season.
Prior to his appointment to the head coaching position, Low served as the Beacons assistant coach for the 2010 season. He was appointed the head job in the fall of that year.
No stranger to Division III lacrosse, Low enjoyed a solid four-year career at Babson College, where he played 36 games as a defender for the Beavers. The native of Natick, MA was selected a Captain for Babson for his senior campaign, where he established career highs for games played (16) and ground balls (28).
Prior to his collegiate career, Low starred as a hockey goalie at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA.
A 2009 graduate from Babson, he has gone on to co-found and co-own PrimeTimeLacrosse.com. The company sponsors camps, leagues and clinics all of New England, and are quickly expanding into the national market.