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Men’s Lacrosse Names Lattell As Assistant Coach

Photo by Gil Talbot
Photo by Gil Talbot

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men's lacrosse and Chris Wojcik, the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Lacrosse, have announced the hiring of Al Lattell as the program's new assistant coach.

"I am happy to announce the hiring of Al Lattell as an assistant coach to our staff," said Wojcik. "Al has earned this opportunity through his dedication and commitment to our program. Over the past year, he has embraced our team, athletic department and Harvard University, and Al has developed strong relationships with our student athletes, staff and administration.  He will be involved in all facets of our program and I am excited to welcome him to his new position."

Lattell finished his first season at Harvard in 2018 as the operations coordinator, while he joined the Crimson in 2017 after serving in the same capacity for Boston University from 2015-17. A graduate of BU and two-time captain of its club lacrosse team, Lattell stayed with the Terriers as an assistant coach for seven seasons, including the first two years at the Division I level.

A graduate of Boston University in 2008, Lattell later received his Master's from UMass Boston in 2012. A native of Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Lattell currently resides in Boston.

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