|Title:||Asst. Men's Lacrosse Coach|
Ryan Drenner is entering his first season as an assistant with the Spartans.
Drenner comes to York after a stellar playing career at Towson. The two-time USILA All-American helped lead the Tigers to the 2017 NCAA Division I Final Four. Following his senior season at Towson, Drenner was the 28th overall pick in the 2017 MLL Draft and played his first season of professional lacrosse this summer with the Florida Launch.
Throughout his career, Drenner has won. Starting in high school at Westminster High School in Maryland where he was the Carroll County Player of the Year. Drenner lead his team to the 2013 Maryland State Championship. While at Towson, Drenner won three Colonial Athletic Conference Championships, was the 2016 CAA Player of the Year, and also earned the 2017 Towson University Athlete of the Year. Drenner is a two-time USILA All-American and a USILA Scholar All-American. Professionally, Drenner started on the prolific attack for the Florida Launch in his rookie campaign leading the team to a berth in the league semi-finals.
"We are thrilled to have Ryan join our coaching staff here at York," head coach Brandon Childs said. "Ryan is a hard worker who has a great lacrosse IQ and a keen eye for the game. He has played for some of the best coaches in the game and he brings a new perspective to our offense."