Air Force Names Bill Wilson as Head Coach

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After a long and windy journey that has plagued the Air Force men's lacrosse program over the course of the past year Bill Wilson has been named the head coach for the Falcons in the 2018-19 season. This move comes after Wilson has spent a year as the teams interim head coach after then head coach Eric Seremet was suspended indefinitely

Wilson has been at Air Force since 2009 as he spent eight years as an assistant coach and one as the interim head coach last season. Wilson has done a great job with the program through all the issues they have had over the past year. According to Air Force athletic director Col. Jen Block, Wilson did a tremendous job rebuilding the culture and climate of the lacrosse program.

Prior to coming to Air Force Wilson was the head coach at Dartmouth for six years. Wilson was also the defensive coordinator for Cornell and Hofstra after getting his start in coaching at Princeton under current Denver head coach Bill Tierney. Wilson played in college at Loyola where he graduated in 1994 and is a native of Syracuse,NY. Wilson will be another addition to the long list of college head coaches from the Mike Messere and West Genesse pipeline.