Bryan Habick, who has four years of collegiate coaching experience, including a season as a head coach, enters his first season at The College of Wooster, where he’ll oversee the team’s defense, and assist with the program’s recruiting and social media efforts.
Habick spent this spring at Marywood University in Scranton, Pa., where he helped guide the team to an appearance in the Colonial States Athletic Conference Tournament. Five student-athletes earned all-conference honors, and the Pacers had the highest GPA in the conference.
Prior to Marywood, Habick spent the 2017 season as the head coach at Wilmington College, and he’s also spent time as an assistant coach at Washington & Jefferson College and Capital University.
While with the Presidents, Washington & Jefferson finish as runner-up in the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference, and during his stint at Capital, the Crusaders swept the Ohio Athletic Conference major awards in 2015.
As a student-athlete, Habick was a four-year member of Utica College’s team, which made its first Empire 8 Tournament appearance during his junior year.
Habick graduated with a bachelor’s in communication arts in 2014.