Tierney Interviewed on NCAA’s Double-A Zone


Last week, Molly Gallagher from the NCAA Double-A Zone (Official blog of the NCAA) interviewed Bill Tierney about his decision to leave Princeton after 22 years and accept the head coaching job at University of Denver.

You can listen to the interview via YouTube below, but also be sure to check out the Gallagher’s full post – it’s worth the read.

Topics of discussion:

  • The growth of college lacrosse.
  • Why did Tierney decide to make the move?
  • What impact will his decision have on the future growth of the sport?
  • What does he hope to accomplish in Denver?

An exclusive interview with Bill Tierney on the growth of lacrosse [NCAA Double-A Zone]

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