Jay Owen was named the sixth head coach in program history in August 2013
- Named 2017 NCAC Coach of the Year
- Owen olds a career record of 46-45, with a conference tally of 27-20.
- Since heading up the Red and White, Owen has coached 25 tigers to All-NCAC honors, as well as 19 players earning NCAC Academic Honor Roll awards.
- Two Tigers (Aaron Blossey & David Strahm) earned First Team All-Region honors under Owen's guidance in 2017.
- Under Jay Owen's tutelage, one Tiger (Sean Kelleher) earned an invitation to the Division III North-South All-Star Game.
Previous coaching experience
- Spent the previous 15 seasons at Salisbury University.
- Won five NCAA Division III National Championships.
- Involved in all aspects of the Salisbury program, with a primary focus on the defense.
- Coached 25 All-Americans, and 10 Defensive Player of the Year award winners.
- Helped the team achieve an NCAA record 69-game win streak.
- Played at Division III Salisbury University.
- Part of two NCAA Division III National Championships teams.
- 2-time All-CAC defensemen, Salisbury team captain as a senior.
- Received conference academic awards following each of his four seasons.
- Part of a then NCAA record 47-game win streak
- Holds a pair of Bachelors degrees from Salisbury in Communications and History
- Resides in Springfield with his wife Gwen and their three children Andrew, Molly, and Landon.
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