Mark Miller Named Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach at Bowdoin

Mark Miller Named Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach at Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Mark Miller has been named assistant coach for the Bowdoin men's lacrosse program.

Miller comes to Bowdoin from Washington & Lee, where he had served as an assistant coach since 2014. He replaces Max Silberlicht, who accepted a position at Boston University this summer.

At W&L, Miller helped lead the Generals to one ODAC (Old Dominion Athletic Conference) tournament title and one ODAC regular season crown. He was primarily responsible for the goalies and faceoff personnel but assisted in all aspects of the squad, including scouting and recruiting.

Prior to his time at Washington & Lee, Miller served an assistant coach at Colorado College, where the Tigers went 35-14 and advanced to two NCAA Tournaments in his three seasons with the team. Miller also served as the head coach of the men's lacrosse program at Texas Christian University from 2007-11 and he has served as the co-director of the Maximum Lacrosse Camps since 2010.

Miller began his collegiate playing career at Ohio Wesleyan in 2000, earning two letters before transferring to Adelphi, where he was a two-time all-conference selection as a goalkeeper.