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Men's lacrosse at King's began in 1998 as the Monarchs fielded a club team for the first time prior to making their 1999 Middle Atlantic Conference varsity debut.   

As with any new sport at the collegiate level, King's has paid its dues in the early building process but much has progress has been made.  A tremendous work-ethic has been instilled and the commitment by the players is certain to elevate the program to a higher level. 

The Monarchs began a new era in 2002-03 with the hiring of Andy Orlowski as head coach.  A former standout at Elmira College, Orlowski brings with him a passion for the game as well as the knowledge needed to elevate the Monarchs to the next level. 

Orlowski's contagious enthusiasm has spread throughout the squad and the Monarch players feel the excitement of being involved with a program ready to make an upward move.

With a crop of hard-working players looking forward to the challenge of building a program, men's lacrosse appears to be headed for a bright future at King's.  

King's competes for an opportunity to qualify for the NCAA Division III National Tournament as the winner of the MAC Tournament gains an automatic berth into the championship field.

The Monarchs also have a strong track record for academic success. Since the program began in 1999, King's has 20 players earn MAC All-Academic honors.

The men's lacrosse program plays its home games at Robert L. Betzler Fields, a natural grass facility that will undergo a major facelift with upcoming plans for the installation of a synthetic turf field that will make it one of the top field in the Middle Atlantic Conference. The current facility is a 3,000 seat stadium at Robert L. Betzler Fields, King's spectacular 33-acre outdoor athletic complex.

Check out more action photos of King's College Men's Lacrosse in the team Photo Gallery section.



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