Head Coach: Bobby Wynne
At Salisbury, Bobby Wynne serves as the assistant headmaster and director of college advising while also heading up the lacrosse program.
A member of two national championship teams while attending Hobart College, Wynne collected many individual honors as well. A two-time first-team USILA All-American (1993-94), he earned the USILA Division III Midfielder of the Year Award in 1994. Wynne also received the Kraus Memorial Award, as the College’s top senior athlete and the Crook Family Award as the lacrosse MVP in 1994. After earning his degree from Hobart, Wynne remained active in lacrosse as an assistant coach at Hampden-Sydney College and Hobart. Earning his first head coaching job in 1999, he guided Virginia Wesleyan College to its highest national ranking, 15th. After a two-year stint with the Marlins, Wynne accepted a coaching position at Cornell University, where he was the defensive coordinator in 2001 and 2002. Wynne left the Big Red after the 2002 season to join the Salisbury School.
Currently in his 15th year as the head lacrosse coach, the team has compiled a 135 - 20 (.87) overall record and has captured a share of five Western New England Championships in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2012 and won it outright in 2010. Gaining national recognition over the past decade many Salisbury lacrosse players have gone on to compete at the highest level and at some of our country’s most prestigious colleges.