Coach James Delanoy

Named Head Coach at Rivier University September 2011

2004 - 2010

Associate Head Coach Men's Lacrosse

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Manchester, New Hampshire

Served as Offensive Coordinator and shared all recruiting, practice planning, game-planning, film breakdown, and scouting report duties with the Head Coach. In his six years coaching at SNHU, DeLanoy was very fortunate to recruit and graduate three student athletes who became NCAA All-American Selections. In 2008 with all three All Americans on the same offensive unit, SNHU enjoyed the highest scoring percentage in man-up situations in the history of the Northeast 10 conference. DeLanoy was selected by New England Head Coaches as the New England Interscholastic Lacrosse Association (NEILA) East/West All Star Game Head Coach in 2008 representing the East Squad.


Served as Co-Director of the Raptors Elite travel lacrosse team comprised of players from Massachusetts' Merrimack Valley as well as southern New Hampshire. Over two seasons the Raptors compiled a 53-4 record in tournament play. Three Players from the Raptors Elite Program have been named High School All-Americans.


Assistant Coach

Bermuda World Team at the 2006 World Games in London, Ontario, Canada


Head Coach Granite State Laxmen New Hampshire High School All-Star Team which competed annually in the National High School Indoor Championship played each Martin Luther King weekend at the Peddie School in Hightstown, New Jersey. The team won the Championship in 1997. A total of 16 players from this club have gone on to be named High School and/or College All-Americans.


Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator

Pinkerton Academy Derry, New Hampshire.

Helped guide the Pinkerton program to three State Championships. Nine players from those teams were named High School and/or College All-Americans.


Coached Derry Youth Lacrosse in its inaugural season. One of the first New Hampshire towns with a team, the squad was forced to compete in the Mass Bay Youth lacrosse league, playing all Massachusetts opponents. A member of that inaugural Derry youth team (Adam Reel) went on to play for Navy Lacrosse in the NCAA National Championship game vs. Syracuse. Adam had a goal and two assists in the 2004 final four games.


New England College (NEC), Henniker, New Hampshire.

Voted a team captain in both junior and senior seasons. Remains the only player in the programs history to accumulate more than 100 goals and 100 assists. DeLanoy still holds the NEC single-season record for points per game with 7.16 in 1992, and graduated as the program's third all-time leading scorer. Named

1992 Cox League MVP while also receiving the honor of representing the East Squad in the NEILA in the 1992 East/West All Star Game.


Pinkerton Academy, Derry New Hampshire.

Served as Team Captain senior year. Received 1988 Coach's Award. Graduated as the fifth all-time leading scorer in program history.

Coach DeLanoy resides in Derry NH with his wife Heather and son J.J.