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St. Josephs (NY) Adds Women's Lacrosse

Patchogue, N.Y. – St. Joseph’s is pleased to announce the hiring of Bob Vlahakis as the head coach of the Golden Eagles newest athletic program, women’s lacrosse.
According to athletic director Donald Lizak, the hope is for the women’s lacrosse program to begin playing a varsity schedule in the spring of 2012.
Vlahakis joins the highly decorated coaching staff at the Patchogue campus with an overwhelming resume of success. At Shoreham-Wading River High School, Vlahakis led the girls lacrosse program to four New York State Championships (2007-10), five Long Island Championships (‘06-‘10), seven Suffolk County Championships (’04-’10) and six Suffolk County and New York State team sportsmanship awards.

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