June 26, 2014

Perrelle Named Interim Coach at Marywood

from press release

SCRANTON, Pa. - Tyler Perrelle will serve as Interim Head Men's Lacrosse Coach at Marywood University for the 2014-15 year according to an announcement from Dr. Mary Jo Gunning, Director of Athletics and Recreation. Perrelle served as Assistant Coach with the Pacers' 2014 CSAC runner-up squad that also qualified for the ECAC playoffs. He came to Marywood after finishing an outstanding four-year career at Division I Binghamton University.

"We are excited to name Coach Perrelle as Interim Head Coach for next year" Dr. Gunning stated. "We are confidet Tyler's playing background combined with the excellent job he did as an assistant coach last season will help make him a successful Interim Head Coach."

Awarded a full athletic scholarship at Binghamton University for all four years, Perrelle served as team captain and was selected to the Division I USILA/Laxworld North-South All-Star game in 2013 while being named to the pre-season Tewaaraton watch list. The "Spirit of Tewaaraton" award is presented to an individual involved in the sport of lacrosse, who nobly reflects the finest virtues exemplified in the game, and who, over the course of his or her life, has made a significant contribution to society and to the lives of others.

A graduate of Mahopac High School in New York, Perrelle was an All-Section Lacrosse, Ice Hockey and Football star. In addition to being captain of all three sports, he was named an All-American Lacrosse player in 2009 before heading to Binghamton.

While with the Bearcats, Perrelle appeared in 56 games, tying him for the fourth most appearances in program history. He ranks first all-time at Binghamton with 55 career assists and ranks second all-time with 110 career points. A midfielder, Perrelle netted 55 goals, ranking him sixth all-time. He was named the 2012 team MVP and earned America East Conference honors as an All-Rookie selection in 2010 and as an All-Tournament team member in 2011.

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