Wes Lincoln enters his fourth season with the Marymount men’s lacrosse program as an assistant coach in 2018. He primarily works with the defense, specifically with the man-down unit.
Lincoln spent his collegiate playing years at Gettysburg College under Head Coach Hank Janczyk, the second-ranked all-time winningest coach in college lacrosse. Setting the tempo of the game at faceoff, he put a four-year career together winning 56 percent.
Attending one of the most well-known lacrosse prepatory schools in the country in the Landon School in Bethesda, Maryland, Lincoln was coached under another coach who ranks high among the all-time winning coaches in lacrosse, Rob Bordely. While playing for the Bears, Lincoln assisted them to the Interstate Athletic Conference championship his junior and senior season.
Lincoln graduated from Gettysburg in 2014 with a degree in Economics with a minor in Business.