Immediate Release: September 29, 2006
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Brice Queener hired as Binghamton assistant men's lacrosse coach
VESTAL, N.Y.-- The Binghamton men's lacrosse has announced the hiring of Brice Queener as its new assistant coach. He comes from nationally-ranked Georgetown University, where he spent four years as a player and the past season as a volunteer assistant coach.
Playing and working under Hall of Fame coach Dave Urick, Queener was a four-year letterwinner for a Hoya squad that reached the NCAA Tournament in each of his seasons. He earned his bachelor's degree in government in 2005.
"Brice will be an integral part of our continued upward mobility and our quest for national prominence," head coach Ed Stephenson said ." He has been influenced by some of New Yorks coaching legends, including his parents, Harry and Patty, whom have both won state high school championships, and current Penn Yan coach, Brian Hobart. Most recently Brice has been under the tutelage of Hall of Fame Georgetown University coach, Dave Urick (10 consecutive national championships at Hobart College)."
"I'm am excited to be part of this up-and-coming program," Queener said. "I've been following Binghamton since I played in college and I was really impressed with the big wins they had last season. I hope to further advance the program and contribute as much as I can."
Binghamton University --- Brice Queener named assistant men's lacrosse coach
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