Seese Tabbed To Lead Chowan Men's Lacrosse Program
The Chowan Athletic Department announced the hiring of Josh Seese as the head coach of the Men's Lacrosse program.
Seese comes to Chowan after spending three seasons as the head coach at Potomac State College (NJCAA). During his stint with the Catamounts, Seese saw improvement in two seasons competing against Division I programs and several NJCAA top-25 programs.
Prior to Potomac State, Seese previously coached at Robert Morris University, serving as the Men's Lacrosse Director of Operations for the 2014 and 2015 seasons. He also coaches on the club level for Low and Away Pittsburgh.
Before heading to the college game, Seese coached at University High School in Morgantown, WV from 2011-2013. The Hawks compiled a record of 30-5 during his tenure and won West Virginia Scholastic Lacrosse Association (WVSLA) state championships in 2011 and 2013. For the latter season, Seese was honored with the WVSLA State Coach of the Year award. Prior to his head coaching stint, Seese served as an assistant and defensive coordinator with the University lacrosse team in 2010-11. He also was an assistant coach with soccer from 2008-10 and football in 2012.
A native of Bruceton Mills, WV, Seese graduated from West Virginia University in 2012 with his bachelor's degree in Athletic Coaching Education while minoring in Sports & Exercise Psychology. Seese obtained his masters' of Science degree in Organizational Leadership, graduating in May 2015 from Robert Morris.