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Sat, Apr 29
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Glenn Clark

General Manager / Head Coach

Head Coach Glenn Clark brings over two decades of NLL experience as both a player and a coach with him to the Capital Region.  He began his professional box lacrosse career in 1998 when he was drafted by the Ontario Raiders. One year later, the team moved to Toronto and became the Toronto Rock. Clark spent the majority of his playing career in Toronto, helping lead the Rock to five NLL championships. After the 2005 season, Clark signed with the Philadelphia Wings where he was named to the All-Star team for the third time in his career.

Clark wasted no time transitioning into coaching as he was named head coach of the Toronto Rock following the 2006 season. The Rock reached the playoffs before being defeated by the eventual champion, Rochester Knighthawks.  Clark was at the helm of the Rock until the team’s 2009 season.

Following his coaching stint in Toronto, Clark spent the next five years coaching at various levels including minors, Junior A Lacrosse, CLAX, and the Canadian national team. Clark returned to the NLL in 2015, being named head coach of the New England Black Wolves. In just his first season with the Black Wolves, Clark led the team to a six win improvement from the season prior, and won a playoff game. During his five seasons as head coach of the Black Wolves, the team successfully made the playoffs in each of them. The team found itself in first place in 2020 before the season came to a halt due to COVID-19.

Clark currently resides in Stouffville Ontario and is eager to come to Albany and begin working on a championship campaign!

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