Most recently, Daugherty spent time at the Virginia Military Institute, working with the faceoff unit. With his guidance, the Keydets improved from 52nd to 24th in NCAA Division I in faceoff percentage and AJ Krstulovic was named a Second Team SoCon performer as a specialist.
Prior to VMI, Daugherty coached for three seasons at the Cannon School in North Carolina where he helped mentor the team to a school best 7.14 goals allowed per game in 2017. Daugherty also has coaching experience with Top Tier Lacrosse, LLC where he saw 16 student-athletes he worked with advance to play collegiate lacrosse.
As a player, Daugherty played as a freshman at Bridgewater (Va.) College. He earned his BA in political science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in May, 2017.
David Waldman is in his first season as an assistant men’s lacrosse coach at Widener. He is responsible for assisting head coach Jamie Lockard with all aspects of the program's development and will serve as the defensive coordinator for the Pride this season.
Waldman has dedicated himself to the sport of lacrosse for more than two decades at the scholastic and collegiate levels. He began his college coaching career at St. Joseph’s University in 1997 and helped the Division I Hawks claim their first Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship in 2000. In addition, Waldman served as an upper school teacher and head boys lacrosse coach at Friends’ Central School in 1999 and 2000.
After leaving the private school ranks, Waldman accepted the position of head boys lacrosse coach at Strath Haven High School between 2002 and 2012. In this position, he guided the Panthers to 124 wins and 10 straight playoff appearances. Since his departure from Strath Haven, Waldman has served as the defensive coordinator at Great Valley High School and helped the Patriots capture their first league title in 2013.
Waldman, who has been teaching at nearby Strath Haven High School since 2001 and serves as Vice President of the Wallingford-Swarthmore Education Association, was a two-year captain of the men’s lacrosse team at the College of Wooster in 1995 and 1996. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Wooster in 1996 as well as a master’s in education from St. Joseph’s University in 1998. Waldman resides in West Chester with his wife, Heather, and their two daughters, Sophia and Erika.
Logan Duffie is in his first season as an assistant men’s lacrosse coach at Widener University. He is responsible for assisting head coach Jamie Lockard with all aspects of the program with an emphasis on coaching the goalies and providing assistance with the defense.
Duffie, who currently serves as an Assistant Director of Admission at Widener, comes to the institution after a standout playing career at Ursinus and more recently leading the program to some of its best seasons in program history during a five-year tenure as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator with the Bears. He most notably oversaw the training and development of two All-Americans defensively and the best season in program history in 2015, as the team punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament for the first time ever and advanced to the second round. The defense ranked among the best in the country for yielding just 6.5 goals per game, while USILA All-America goalie Brian Neff ranked fifth in the nation with a .637 save percentage and ninth with a 6.41 goals against average during the record-breaking campaign.
Prior to coaching, Duffie excelled as a defender for Ursinus. He capped off his four-year career by being selected to the 2011 All-Centennial Conference First Team as a senior captain after scooping up 35 ground balls and causing 17 turnovers. Ursinus also notched two straight winning campaigns with Duffie in a starting role on defense and advanced to the Centennial Conference Tournament.
Duffie, who also served in admissions roles for five years at Ursinus, earned his bachelor’s degree in business and economics with a minor in coaching from the institution in 2011. He is also currently a co-liaison between the admissions office and athletics department at Widener and currently resides in Media.
Jack Lammy is in his first season at Widener, taking on the role of Director of Lacrosse Operations.
Prior to joining the Pride, Lammy spent two seasons in the same position at Immaculata. He has coaching experience with the PA Roughriders and is an Under Armour All-American evaluator. He spent nine seasons as an assistant coach with the Black Beafr Lacrosse club.
As a player, Lammy was a four year starter and two year captain at West Chester. He graduated from WCU in 1994 with a BS in Criminal Justice and currently resides in Downingtown with his wife Molly and son Owen.