Brian Kelly
Brian Kelly
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 410-337-6573

  • 2020-21 marks his ninth season as the men’s lacrosse head coach
  • Posted 55 wins as a head coach
  • Milestone wins: (1) vs. Birmingham Southern, 2-16-13; (25) vs. Beloit, 3-10-16;
    (50) vs. Neumann, 3-13-19
  • Guided the team to the postseason in 2013, 2014 and 2018 including reaching
    the Landmark Conference Championship Game in 2014
  • Coached two USILA Division III All-Americans and two USILA
    Division III Scholar All-Americans
  • Coached 17 different players that earned All-Landmark Conference recognition
    for a total of 22 honors (9 first team, 13 second team)
  • Coached two players that were named the Landmark Conference
    Men’s Lacrosse Scholar Athlete
  • Registered a 10-7 overall record and a 4-2 mark in 2018
  • Helped the team to a perfect 6-0 record in league play in his first season
  • Serves as the Director of the Baltimore Crabs Lacrosse Club
  • Contributes to the Church of Nativity as a Student Ministry Leader

  • Served as an assistant coach at Goucher from 2008-12
  • Helped Goucher win the Landmark Conference title and berths in the
    NCAA Division III Tournament in 2010 and 2012
  • Helped the Gophers to an 18-2 record, an NCAA Tournament first round win
    against Washington before falling to eventual national champion Salisbury in 2012
  • Assisted Goucher to a 64-22 as an assistant coach
  • Coached seven USILA All-Americans, three USILA Scholar All-Americans
    and 25 All-Landmark Conference selections
  • Worked in commercial real estate from 2005-12 serving as Vice President
    of Asset Management for Deutsche Bank RREEF
  • Served as an assistant coach with the then Washington Bayhawks of
    the Major League Lacrosse league in. 2008
  • Coached in the Baltimore Crabs Lacrosse Program for nine years,
    coaching many NCAA Division I, II and III standouts

  • Graduated from Johns Hopkins with a degree in social and behavior science in 2003
  • Named an USILA All-America honorable mention in 1993 and was also the recipient
    of the Turnbull-Reynolds Award which is given to a player who displays outstanding
    character and leadership
  • Helped Johns Hopkins to the NCAA Division I Tournament semifinals in his
    final two seasons
  • Helped CCBC Essex to an NJCAA National Championship and earned
    NJCAA All-American second-team recognition in 1991
  • Inducted into the NJCAA Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2015

  • Kelly and his wife, Holly, have two children (Will and Grace),
    who both current attend Goucher
  • The family resides in Towson