Staff
Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
Guy Bourdon

Guy Bourdon was introduced as Assumption's men's lacrosse head coach on January 22, 2019 and brings head coaching experience at Division III Benedictine, along with five years spent as an assistant coach in the NE10.

Bourdon took the head coaching position at DIII Benedictine in July of 2015 and led the Eagles to a pair of 11-win seasons in his three years with the team, finishing with a 28-23 career record. This past year they won seven conference games for the first time in program history. The Eagles finished 2018 with an 11-7 mark overall, and had the first player in program history to earn MLC Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors. During his three seasons the program produced 19 all-conference student-athletes and one CoSIDA Academic All-American. Bourdon helped raise the team cumulative GPA from a 2.7 to 3.2 over his three seasons and his program has also been active in the community.

Prior to Benedictine, Bourdon was an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Le Moyne from 2010-15. During his time with the Dolphins, the team never lost more than three games in a season, highlighted by winning the 2013 NCAA Championship. He was also part of a Dolphins staff which reached the NCAA Championship game in 2015. Over his five years, the team went 50-3 in the NE10, while his defense led the nation in goals against each year. He helped produce ten All-Americans and was selected as the NCAA Division II Assistant Coach of the Year in 2013.

Bourdon worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over ten years prior to his time at Le Moyne, while coaching various high school programs in the Midwest. He is a native of Syracuse, N.Y. and graduated with a degree in Biology from Ripon in 1999.

Volunteer Assistant Coach
Travis Roache

Travis Roache is in his first season as an assistant volunteer coach with Assumption after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Littleton High school.

At Littleton he worked primarily with offensive players and in helping the program to a 17-3 record in 2-16 he mentored an attackman who was honored as an All-American at the end of the season. Prior to Littleton, Roache with Assumption assistant Jacob Kravitz as the head JV and assistant varsity at King Phillip furing the 2013 & 2014 seasons. He also spend one season as the JV coach at Wayland high school.

Roache spent two seasons as a member of the Division III Mount Ida lacrosse team before transferring to Boston University, where he continued his career on the club team on attack. Roache also served as the Club President of the lacrosse team before graduating in 2011.