Petaluma, CA – 101 Lacrosse is proud to announce Sammy Vogel-Siedenberg to our coaching staff. Vogel-Seidenberg was recently hired at Dominican University from the University of Idaho, where he was head coach of the MCLA Division I program since 2013. While in Idaho, he oversaw coaching duties, recruitment, video coordination, and fundraising. He twice led the Vandals to the most wins in school history and to a playoff berth in 2015.
“I had a great meeting with Sammy regarding 101 Lacrosse.” stated founder Panchito Ojeda. “After talking about our vision, what separates us from other clubs, and the recruiting process it was clearly a great fit. Sammy’s experience in recruiting, his coaching experience, and his energy will be huge assets to our program. We are looking forward to building a road map for each of our families!”
Vogel-Seidenberg had additional stints at Washington & Jefferson College in Pennsylvania as assistant coach, head recruiter, and video coordinator for the NCAA Division III Presidents (2012-13); at Oak Park High School as junior varsity head lacrosse coach (2011-12); OP Starz head lacrosse coach (2011-12); and head women’s lacrosse coach at Humboldt State, where he helped start the program (2009-10).
A four-year player at Westlake High School in Thousand Oaks, California, Vogel-Seidenberg went on to play four seasons at Humboldt State (MCLA D2), where he was captain and starting goalkeeper. There, he earned a film degree in 2010. He is scheduled to earn his M.S. in Recreation and Sports Sciences with a concentration in coaching from Ohio University in 2016.