Eric Wolf enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for the men's lacrosse team. He is responsible for working with the offense and the day-to-day operations of the program.
Since arriving, Siena has a 37-16 overall record and 21-1 MAAC record. The Saints have captured three regular season MAAC championships and two MAAC tournament championships, earning the program's first two bids to the NCAA Tournament.
In 2011, the Saints posted a program record 13 wins with Wolf's help, winning the MAAC Championship and advancing to the NCAA Tournament. Siena ended the season nationally ranked in both major polls for the first time in program history, ranking No. 20 nationally in both the USILA Coaches' Poll and Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll.
Wolf helped lead Siena to a 12-5 overall record in 2010 and its second straight undefeated MAAC regular season title.
In his first year in Loudonville, Siena matched a program high with 12 wins and won the MAAC Championship, earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament.
Wolf arrived from UAlbany where he was the men's lacrosse director of operations in 2008. His administrative duties included breaking down film and practice preparation.
Wolf played four years of varsity lacrosse at UAlbany, appearing in 62 games. During his career, the Great Danes won three America East Championships and earned three NCAA Tournament appearances.
Wolf earned his bachelor's degree in sociology from UAlbany in 2007.