Chris Hasbrouck embarks on his fifth season at the helm of the Seahawk men's lacrosse program in 2013. Hasbrouck has quickly helped St. Mary's return to the national stage, leading the program to the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals every season since becoming the head coach.
|HASBROUCK'S YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD|
|2005||Limestone||15-2||7-0||NCAA Final; DSC Champions|
|2009||St. Mary's||8-7||5-2||CAC Semifinals|
|2010||St. Mary's||10-6||5-2||CAC Semifinals|
|2011||St. Mary's||6-9||4-4||CAC Semifinals|
|2012||St. Mary's||10-6||6-2||CAC Semifinals|
St. Mary's advanced to its fourth straight semifinal matchup under Hasbrouck after earning the No. 3 seed in the playoffs. The Seahawks also recorded their second 10-win campaign in four years. Taylor Cook '13 and Peter Windsor '12 both earned All-America honors while Windsor became the program's sixth Scholar All-American.
In 2011, St. Mary's appeared in its third straight league semifinal contest after winning three straight to secure the No. 5 seed in the playoffs. Dennis Rosson '11 became the program's 12th All-America selection.
In his second season at the helm, the Seahawks achieved their first 10-win season since 2007 while Hasbrouck mentored the program's 11th All-America honoree and four All-CAC picks.
He was voted the 2009 CAC Coach of the Year after leading St. Mary's to the conference tournament semifinals as the No. 2 seed as well as the program's first win over Salisbury in 32 years. That same year, Hasbrouck coached two All-Americas and six all-conference selections.
He took over the Seahawk men's lacrosse program after two years as an assistant. Hasbrouck helped the program to a two-year mark of 19-14 and worked with a pair of conference rookies of the year as the offensive coordinator. St. Mary's averaged 10.53 goals per game in 2008, ranking 44th in Division III, while the team advanced to the 2007 CAC title game with a 12-6 record.
The Suffern, N.Y. native brought a wealth of experience to St. Mary's, having been a part of two storied men's lacrosse programs at Salisbury University and Division II Limestone College for 13 years.
Hasbrouck served as the Limestone head coach for two seasons before joining the St. Mary's athletic staff in September of 2006. He led the Saints to a two-year mark of 26-7, winning the Deep South Conference title both years. Limestone finished as national runner-up in 2005 with a 15-2 mark. That same year, the Saints set NCAA Division II scoring records for goals (338) and points (520). Hasbrouck had five players earn All-America honors while garnering 2005 USILA Division II National Coach of the Year honors.
Prior to coaching at Limestone, he was the head assistant at Salisbury for 11 seasons. The Sea Gulls claimed five national championships in six tries during his tenure as the offensive coordinator. He also did a four-year stint as the head boys' lacrosse coach at Easton High School in Maryland, earning The Star Democrat Coach of the Year honors in 1991 and 1993.
He graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in physical education in 1995 from Salisbury. Continuing his studies at Salisbury, he completed his master's in education in 1997.