Lance Greene '13 enters his second academic year as Endicott's Coordinator of Club Sports in 2018-19. Greene's duties as Coordinator of Club Sports will include oversight of recruiting efforts, scheduling, fundraising, budgets for all programs, sports information, contest management, and travel.
Prior to his appointment as Coordinator of Club Sports, Greene was a Residence Director in Standish Hall on campus and an assistant coach with the men's basketball program. He will enter his fourth season with the team in 2018-19.
As student-athlete at Endicott, Greene put together a stellar four-year career on the hardwood for the Gulls. Greene compiled 1,268 points (14.1 points per game), 298 assists, 182 steals, and shot .460 from the field (437-for-949), .360 from beyond the arc (58-for-161), and .718 at the free throw line (336-for-468). Greene currently ranks second in steals, third in program history in free throws attempted and free throws made, fourth in scoring average and assists per game (3.3), sixth in points, and seventh in total assists and offensive rebounds (139).
Greene also earned three CCC All-Conference selections, a nod to the D3hoops.com All-Northeast Region team in 2010-11, and one CCC Academic All-Conference honor along with his CCC Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, which he received at the conclusion of the 2012-13 season.
As a team during his four-year career, the Gulls went 58-48 overall, captured one CCC Championship title in 2011-12, made an appearance in one NCAA Tournament (2011-12), and also earned three berths into the CCC Tournament.
Greene earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management from Endicott in 2013. Upon graduation, Greene also went on to earn his MBA from Springfield and his Master's of Education in Athletic Administration from Endicott.
(Updated as of 7/17/18 at 4:28 PM)