Coach David McKinnon
Coach McKinnon has been coaching lacrosse for over a decade. He began coaching the women's game in 2009 as the Head Coach for Ann Arbor Skyline's Varsity program. While building the new program at Skyline, the team compiled 53 wins and 24 losses during his tenure. In 2013 Coach McKinnon accepted an offer from the UofM "B" Club team as their head coach. Following a great season with the "B" team, he was given the chance to work with the inaugural UofM Women's Varsity team as a Volunteer Assistant Coach. A few months into the varsity season, he was contacted to coach the historically successful women's "A" club team here at the UofM. He joined our team in the Fall of 2013 and is looking forward to a great second season! Coach is married to Kate McKinnon and they are long time Ann Arbor residents. Off the field, Coach McKinnon is a teacher and also works with the UM Challenge program as a lead facilitator. During his free time, Coach loves reading and going on adventures with Kate and their mastiff "Pearl". Feel free to contact him anytime with questions.
Coach Kennedy brings over 20 years of coaching experience to the team. He has coached both Women and Men’s…Youth, High School, and College sports programs (basketball, football and lacrosse).
Coach Kennedy’s Women’s Lacrosse experience includes:
Assistant Coach: Skyline High School (2010 – 2013)
Assistant Coach: University of Michigan Women’s Club Lacrosse (2013 to present)
“As a coaching staff, we understand that team success is a process. We want to create an environment that encourages student athletes to discover, learn, and nurture performance possibilities that build trust, confidence, and helps each individual to develop both on and off the field.”
Off the field, Coach Kennedy is insurance, employee benefits, and financial services consultant.
Coach Chuck Kennedy
Manager Cam Wing
Cam in a Junior at Michigan, studying Sport Management. He has internship experience working with teams such as the Michigan Football Team in 2017 (Recruiting Department) and the Central Michigan Football Team in 2018 (Player Personnel).
On campus, Cam is involved in:
Michigan Sport Business Association (2017-Present)
Michigan Club Baseball Team (2017-2018)
Michigan Business Club (2018-2019)
This summer, Cam will be working for Major League Baseball in New York City. His internship duties will encompass security and facility operations for the All-Star Game in Cleveland.