John Galloway
John  Galloway

Assistant Coach

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Syracuse '11


John Galloway Named To MLL All-Star Game

Galloway named to MLL All-Star Game to be played on June 13th in Houston, Texas.


Men's Lacrosse Hosts Successful Coaches Clinic

Thirty coaches from the New England region attended the free clinic.


Providence College Men's Lacrosse Set To Host Prospect Clinic and Coaches' Clinic

Chris Gabrielli and his staff will host each clinic during the month of October.


MLL Names John Galloway 2014 Warrior Goalie Of The Year

Galloway voted top goalkeeper in MLL for the Rochester Rattlers.


Men's Lacrosse Will Be Represented At Upcoming FIL World Lacrosse Championships

Jak Wawrzyniak will play for England; John Galloway looking to secure spot with United States.

John Galloway is in his fourth season working with the Providence College men’s lacrosse team.

While at Providence, Galloway assisted coaching Peter Badgley ‘15 to BIG EAST Goaltender of the Year and All-BIG EAST First Team honors, marking the first time in program history that a Friar has earned the honor. Galloway also mentored Jarrod Neumann ‘17 to All-BIG EAST First Team honors.

Galloway came to Providence after one season as a volunteer assistant coach at Duke University. While at Duke, he worked closely with the goalkeepers and defensive unit. His stint at Duke followed a stellar four-year career as a goalkeeper at Syracuse University. A two-time First-Team All-America goaltender for the Orange, Galloway departed Syracuse as one of the most decorated players in program history. In 2011, he was the winner of the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award as the nation’s best goalkeeper. He also became just the second goalkeeper in history to be named a finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy, lacrosse’s highest honor.

The native of Syracuse, N.Y., finished his collegiate career with a NCAA record 59 victories and played a NCAA record 3,776 minutes throughout his four seasons. He ranks seventh in the NCAA records book and is tops among Orange goalkeepers in goals against average (7.33). He also holds the Syracuse record for NCAA Tournament goals against average (7.20) and is seventh on the all-time saves list with 601. The only goalie in NCAA history to win a NCAA title as a freshman and sophomore, Galloway is the lone goalkeeper in Syracuse history to earn First-Team All-America recognition twice. In 2008, he became the fifth true freshman goalie in NCAA history to lead his team to a national championship as the Orange won a school-record 16 games. Galloway was equally successful off the field. He was a two-time national Academic All-America choice and was a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. He earned a spot on the SU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in all eight semesters and was named to the BIG EAST All-Academic team as a junior and senior.

Galloway has played five seasons of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) for the Rochester Rattlers (2011-15). In his first season, he was named Rattlers Rookie of the Year. Galloway was honored as Warrior Goaltender of the Year in 2014. He led the Ratz to the MLL Championship Game and was a two-time Coca-Cola Player of the Game (vs. Boston and Florida). Galloway was selected to play in the MLL All-Star Game during the 2015 campaign. In addition to playing professionally, Galloway was a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team in 2014.
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