Jordan Drumheller is entering his third season as an assistant men's lacrosse coach at Bridgewater College.
Bridgewater finished with new program best records overall (13-5) and in conference (6-4) in 2019, qualifying for the ODAC postseason for the second straight time. The program featured its first UISLA All-American (sophomore attack Eric Husselbaugh), first All-Region selection (senior LSM Jake Truman), and earned four All-ODAC selections.
The Eagles made the ODAC playoffs for the first time in 2018, leading into the second quarter of a competitive 11-5 loss to #17 Roanoke in the opening round. The team went 9-8, a new program mark for victories and the first winning season for the squad. Senior Blake Mann was an All-ODAC selection and was the first men's lacrosse player to achieve numerous awards, including ODAC Scholar-Athlete, CoSIDA Academic All-District, and National Team of the Week.
Drumheller joined the Eagles from Catawba College, where he was an assistant for the past four seasons.
Before that, he was an assistant for the inaugural season of men's lacrosse at Huntingdon College. The Hawks won five games in 2012, their first year of competition, and then seven games in their second season.
Drumheller was also an assistant at Sewanee College for one season in 2011.
The Severna Park, Md. native graduated from Greensboro College in 2010 with a degree in exercise/sport science and a concentration in coaching.
While at Greensboro, he was a three-year starter at attack. As a junior, he led the team in points and helped the Pride to 10 wins, the second most in school history.