Harvard Announces Lattell As Assistant Coach, Eddy Transferring to Boston

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Over the past week there have been a few offseason movements in the Boston area as Harvard has hired a new assistant coach and Boston U has added a transfer at the LSM position. 

Harvard announced on August 3rd that Al Lattell had been hired, or promoted, as a new assistant coach for the Crimson. This hiring comes after former Harvard assistant and current Boston Cannons player Justin Turri left to take the offensive coordinator job at Michigan

Lattell was at Harvard during the 2018 season as the operations manager. He was at Boston U in the same position from 2015-17 before he came to Harvard. His start in coach was at Boston U where he graduated and played for their club team, before they went DI. He spent seven years as an assistant coach for the Terriers club program and was an assistant for their first two years at the Division I level. 

It was reported by Chris Jastrzembski on Sunday night that LSM Reece Eddy would be transferring from Canisius to Boston U. During his sophomore year at Canisius, 2018, Eddy played in every game as as he had 5 goals, 2 assist, 85 ground balls, and caused turnovers. Eddy was also selected to the All-MAAC Second Team. This is a great pick up for Boston U as he can fill the hole at the LSM position that was left when Malcom Glendinning announced his transfer to Penn State earlier this summer.