Yale University Head Coach
Andy Shay

Andy Shay has guided the Yale Bulldogs to a 63-28 with five 10-win seasons in the last six years. The .692 winning percentage is the best since the Elis won 69.89% of their games from 1988-1993. During the span, he directed the Bulldogs to six straight Ivy League Tournament appearances, three Ivy Tournament Titles, a 2010 regular-season Ivy League Championship and three NCAA appearances, and a quarterfinal berth.

Shay was an assistant coach at Delaware, where in 1999 he helped the Blue Hens capture the America East title with a 14-3 record and advance to the NCAA Tournament for only the second time in school history.

Retired University of Delaware Head Lacrosse Coach
Bob Shillinglaw

Bob Shillinglaw recently retired as the University of Delaware head lacrosse coach after 39 seasons and as a collegiate coach for 42 seasons. He has been one of the nation's most respected and successful coaches.

Shillinglaw owns a career record of 327 wins at Delaware that includes 15 conference titles, including seven in the East Coast Conference, three in the North Atlantic Conference titles, a 1999 America East Conference title, and four CAA titles in 2005 (regular season), 2007, 2010, and 2011. He led the Blue Hens to six NCAA Tournament appearances in 1984, 1999, 2005, 2007, 2010, and 2011 and 1 Final Four appearance. He was voted Division 1 Coach of the Year 2 times (1979 and 1999).