|Title:||Head Coach/Gameday Manager|
Stewart Moan was named Susquehanna
University’s head men’s lacrosse coach and director of
athletics facilities in the summer of 2007.
The 2013 season was the most successful season in program history. Moan and the Crusaders recorded a program-record 12 victories, won the team's first-ever conference title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in team history. Following the regular season, five SU players were named to All-Landmark Conference teams.
Just two years prior, Moan helped lead SU to what was then its winningest season ever as the Crusaders racked up 11 victories and earned a Landmark Conference postseason berth for the first time in program history.
Coach Moan brought to Susquehanna a wealth of knowledge and winning experience. He came to Susquehanna after serving as the head men’s lacrosse coach at SUNY Oneonta from 2002 to 2007, where he compiled a 61-43 record, including a 13-5 mark in 2002 and a 12-5 mark in 2007. Overall, he has compiled 192 wins in 22 seasons as a head coach.
Moan graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Salisbury University and received a Master of Science degree in recreation administration from Morgan State University.
He began his collegiate coaching career at Haverford College with the 1987 season, where he spent two years as both head men’s lacrosse and head women’s basketball coach.
He then moved to Lynchburg College, where he guided the Hornets to a 67–40 record from 1989 to 1995. In 1994, Lynchburg ranked as high as No. 14 in NCAA Division III on its way to a 12–3 record. That year, Moan was selected as head coach for the Division III North/South All-Star game.
After stints as an assistant coach at the Division I level at Duke University (1995–96), Lafayette College (1996–97) and Villanova University (1997–98), Moan became head coach at Marymount University (Va.) for the 1999 season and guided the Saints to a 29–22 record in three seasons.
During his tenure at Marymount, he was named Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2000 and led the team to its first-ever national ranking. Moan was named the State University of New York Athletic Conference’s Coach of the Year while at Oneonta State in 2005.
He has been a member of several Division III advisory committees, served as regional chair of the Division III All-American committee, was chair of the men’s lacrosse sport committee for the Capital Athletic Conference and the SUNYAC and has been a featured speaker at the US Lacrosse national convention.
He is currently chairman of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association League-Sanctioning Committee and director of the USILA North-South Senior All-Star Game.
Mike Burns completed his eighth year as an assistant lacrosse
coach for the Crusaders in 2013, continuing his work with the
defense under current head coach Stewart Moan.
As a men's lacrosse player for Whittier College, he was a letterwinner on a defense that ranked third in the nation by US Lacrosse. Whittier allowed the lowest number of goals in Division III during the 2000 season.
Upon his graduation from Whittier in 2002 with a bachelor of arts in child development and psychology, he returned to the east coast as a youth pastor while coaching his local club lacrosse team.
A native of Maryland's eastern shore, Burns attended Queen Anne's County High School. At Queen Anne's, his lacrosse team contended for the state 3A/4A title his sophomore, junior and senior years. He lettered a combined eight times in lacrosse, wrestling and football throughout his high school years.
Burns is currently working on a Masters in Theological Studies through Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
Frick finished his frst year as an Assistant Coach for the Crusaders in 2013. Frick works exclusively with goalies and face-off personnel.
He was a highly accomplished high school goalie from Maryland and went on to start at D-II power Adelphi University.
Frick has also spent the last 15 years as a highly respected lacrosse official on both the high school and collegiate levels.
Rinaldi enters his first year as an assistant coach for the 2013-14 academic year after a four-year playing career under head coach Stewart Moan.
Rinaldi helped lead the Crusaders to their first-ever Landmark Conference championship in 2013 by defeating the United States Merchant Marine Academy 6-3 on May 4th.
Rinaldi and SU put together a historic season with a program-record 12 wins in 2013 and captured the program’s first trip to the NCAA Division III tournament.
In the Orange & Maroon, Rinaldi played in 66 games, the most ever in program history, and recorded 158 ground balls, 10th most in school history. Rinaldi scored his first career goal against Drew as a senior.
Rinaldi, a team captain in 2013, was named First Team All-Landmark Conference in 2013 as a defender.