|Phone:||(336) 272-7102, ext. 258|
|Position:||Athletics Director/Head Men's Lacrosse Coach|
Dan Cetrone was promoted to Athletics Director at Greensboro
College in March of 2012. He also completed his 14th season of his
head coaching career at Greensboro College in 2011-12 season. He is
the all-time winningest lacrosse coach at GC and previously served
as the Associate Athletics Director since June 2010.
As the Associate Athletic Director, Cetrone spearheaded the Jim Locke Amateur Golf Tournament. The Locke Tournament is the signature event and primary fundraiser for the 1 Pride athletics booster club.
Cetrone has also served as the NCAA compliance officer, and previously served as the athletics recruitment services coordinator at Greensboro College. He assists all other Pride head coaches with recruiting philosophies and protocols.
On the lacrosse field, The Pride finished the 2012 season with an overall record of 8-8.
In 2010, the team notched nine victories to match the third winningest season in program history while the 2009 team posted the second best season with ten wins. The Pride's 19 wins during the 2009 and 2010 seasons fell one short of the program’s best for back-to-back campaigns.
Cetrone coached his first All-American, Matt Perry, in 2006. He
has mentored four North-South All-Stars, including Bill Blakely in
2012, and two USILA Scholar All-Americans at Greensboro.
In 2008, Cetrone was selected to lead the South team in the prestigious North-South Senior All Star Game. He directed his club to a 16-15 come-from-behind victory in Boston, Mass.
When he is not on campus, Cetrone helps the growth of the game of lacrosse in the Triad. He is the co-director of the Old North State Indoor Lacrosse League, the Battle in the 'Boro Showcase, UNCG's Spartan Lacrosse Camp and the 3 Star Lacrosse Camp.
Prior to coming to Greensboro College, Cetrone was an assistant coach at Springfield College--his alma mater. He graduated from SC in 1996, where he contributed to a NCAA Division II National Championship, National Runner-up, and an undefeated regular season during his career. His team also won the ECAC New England Championship in 1993.