Mike Harrington, Director of Athletics at Farmingdale State, is pleased to announce that Tim Tuttle has been named Head Men's Lacrosse Coach at Farmingdale State.
Tuttle brings to the team a wealth of knowledge and experience from the Long Island lacrosse circuit. Before coming to Farmingdale, he was the assistant coach at NYIT for five seasons where he was involved with all aspects of the Bears' Division II program.
A Farmingdale alumnus and former goalkeeper, Tuttle began his collegiate lacrosse career with the Rams in 1991 before anchoring the Region XV Championship team in 1992. He was a First Team All-Region player both years.
Tuttle transferred to NYIT for the remainder of his college career and is known as one of the greatest goalies in the programs history. He earned Team MVP and All-American Honorable Mention as a junior and First Team All-American honors and the National Goalie of the Year award as a senior. In just two seasons in goal, Tuttle is ranked second all-time with 399 saves, fourth all-time with an 8.51 goals against average and still holds the record for saves in a season with 246. He was inducted into the NYIT Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004.
Tuttle graduated from Farmingdale in 1992 with an Associate's in Criminal Justice, NYIT in 1994 with a degree in Behavioral Science and Molloy in 2006 with a Bachelor's in History. He currently resides in Levittown.
Tuttle replaces Steve D'Argenio who coached the team for nine seasons.