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Tony Seaman

Coach Seaman will work with the Swordfish High School groups and serve as Recruiting Coordiator for the program.


Presently he is the Head Coach at Saint Andrew's School, earning Palm Beach Post Coach of the Year after leading the Scots to a 16-4 record and a trip to the State Final Four in 2015. Coach Seaman also is the General Manager for the Denver Outlaws in the MLL. They won the MLL Title in 2014.  


Coach tutored 85 All-Americans during coaching career at the University of Pennsylvania (1983-91), Johns Hopkins University (1991-99) and Towson University (1999-2011). He registered a 247-153 (.618 pct.) career coaching record at the college level and his teams reached the NCAA Tournament 19 times during his career.


He is the only coach to be named the NCAA National Coach of the Year at two different schools (Penn – 1983, ’84 and Towson – 2001), and is the only coach in NCAA Division I lacrosse history to lead three different schools to the NCAA tournament (Penn – 6 times, Johns Hopkins – 8 times and Towson – 5 times).


In 1994, Coach Seaman coached the United States National Team in the 1994 ILF World Championships in Manchester, England, leading the U.S. to the gold medal.


Coach began his coaching career at Lynbrook High School (1972-1981), where he earned two Division IV Nassau County Coach of the Year awards and led the team to the South Shore championship in 1978.


He was elected to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2011.