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MARK WILLIAMSON

The Highlights

  • Coaching Experience

    • Hobart College (2008-2013)​

      • Assistant Coach

      • Offensive Coordinator​

    • University of Hartford (2006-2008)

      • Assistant Coach​

        • Offensive Coordinator

    • Elmira College (2004-2006)​

      • Graduate Assistant​

  • Playing Experience

    • Hobart College (2002-2004)

      • 2004 1st Team All-Patriot League​

      • Crook Family Award - Team MVP

      • Dobbins Family Award - Team Offensive Leadership

      • Set Single Season Points Record - 56pts.

    • Drexel University (2000-2002)

      • 2001 - America East Rookie of the Year​

      • Lead team in scoring in 2001 and 2002​​

  • Additional Experience​​

    • Canandaigua Braves Youth Lacrosse Coach - (2016-Present)

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Mark graduated from lacrosse powerhouse Corning East High School in 2000 where he helped the Trojans win three sectional championships, earning sectional playoff MVP his senior year.  In his senior year, Mark was second on the team in points (98) and led the team in assists (68).  After high school Mark continued his lacrosse career playing at NCAA D1 Drexel University and later Hobart College.  At Drexel he was named the 2001 America East – Rookie of the Year after leading the Dragons in goals, assists, and points.  After transferring to Hobart College, Mark led the Statesmen to an at-large NCAA tournament berth in 2004, while setting the single season Division I points record.  The Statesmen finished the season ranked 12th in the national polls. Following his playing career Mark was inducted in the Corning Painted-Post Sports Hall of Fame. 

    

Upon completing his undergraduate degree at Hobart he became a graduate assistant at Elmira College where he also completed his Master’s in Education while coaching the Soaring Eagles. Not ready to be done with the game, Mark took on an assistant coaching and offensive coordinator role with NCAA D1 University of Hartford and later returned to his alma mater Hobart in the same capacity until 2013. 

In 2013 Mark exited collegiate coaching to spend more time with his family, including his wife Kristin, sons Jack and Wyatt and twin daughters Emma and Isabella.   Mark also serves as Board President of Canandaigua Knights Youth Hockey and has been a coach in the program since 2015

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