Head Coach Geof Weisenborn
Geof Weisenborn enters his ninth season with the men's lacrosse team at Messiah College in 2011, and his sixth as head coach.
Prior to his appointment at Messiah, Weisenborn spent 3 years as the head coach at Francis Scott Key High School in Carroll County, Md. Weisenborn also spent 2 years at Michigan State University as the defensive coordinator in 1999, and as the club’s head coach in 2000. Weisenborn is very familiar with the Messiah Men's lacrosse program having spent 3 years (1998, 2001, 2002) as an assistant coach with former head coach Jerry Standford. During his stint as defensive coordinator at Messiah, Coach Weisenborn helped lead the Falcons to a 31–13 record in three seasons, including the squad’s first Middle Atlantic Conference championship and berth to the NCAA tournament in 2001. Coaching the defense, Weisenborn drew on his experience as a four-year starting defensemen at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Weisenborn is just the second head coach in the team’s 14-year history, which began in 1997. The Falcon men’s lacrosse program has accumulated a 127 –74 record and two tournament bids to the NCAA playoffs during those fourteen years. Coach Weisenborn currently resides in Gettysburg, Pa., with his wife and two children.