Errol Wilson

About: Wilson spent seven years as the executive head coach at Lehigh University (2010-2017), leading the Mountain Hawks to a school-record 14 wins, a program record nine-game winning streak and its highest-ever national ranking (No. 4) along with its first Patriot League Tournament Title and NCAA Tournament appearance. While at Lehigh, Wilson worked directly with All-American goalie Matt Poillon, who finished second nationally with a 6.75 GAA and fourth with a 59.7 save percentage, becoming Lehigh’s first-ever Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year.

Prior to Lehigh, Wilson had a stint at Rutgers and Brown University where he helped the Bears reach new heights by winning an Ivy League Championship in 2008, then earning an NCAA Tournament berth in ’09. Wilson worked with and mentored one of the nation’s top goalies in Jordan Burke. The 2009 USILA Goalie of the Year, Burke was twice named the Ivy League Player of the Year and New England Player of the Year, while earning First Team All-America honors as well. Wilson also coached the Jamaican National Team in 2018 at the World Lacrosse Championships in Israel.

A four-year letterwinner at Stony Brook University, he was selected as the teams Most Improved Player following his sophomore season.

Lehigh Valley Team: Goalie coach for all teams.