Dylan Sheridan joined the Pioneer men's lacrosse program as the volunteer assistant for the 2011 season and has since then been promoted to the second assistant under head coach Bill Tierney.
In his two seasons with the Pioneers, Sheridan has been responsible for working with the face-off group as well as managing the substitution box during games.
His work with face-off corps resulted in a No. 15 national ranking with a .563 win percentage at the conclusion of the 2011 season, a significant increase from their No. 36 ranking in 2010. At the end of the 2012 season, Sheridan's face-off group was ranked No. 5 in the nation with a .591 winning percentage.
Sheridan's impact on the Pioneers' face-off group resulted in Chase Carraro being named 2012 Eastern College Athletic Conference Specialist of the Year, four Specialist of the Week honors and a USILA Second Team All-American selection. Sheridan helped Carraro finish the season ranked No. 8 in the nation with a .604 face-off winning percentage.
Sheridan signed as a free agent with the Denver Outlaws in the summer of 2012. He was also recently named the Tournament Director for the Adrenaline Shootout (Elite) and the Adrenaline High Rollers. His work with the Denver Elite program has also led to him to be promoted to Director of College Placement.
Sheridan arrived from Lebanon Valley College (DIII), where he assisted John Haus in resurrecting the Flying Dutchmen men's lacrosse program.
Prior to his time at LVC, Sheridan served as an assistant at Pfeiffer University (DII). Sheridan also has a wealth of experience coaching international lacrosse, having served as a director for the USA Starz program.
A 2006 graduate of Claremont McKenna College, Sheridan was a four-year member of the Stags football team. On the lacrosse field, he was a three-time captain, 3x MCLA All-America, and 3x All-WCLL selection. In 2006, Sheridan was named the West Coast Lacrosse League Player of the Year, and chosen to the MCLA All-Tournament Team.
Sheridan was four-year letter winner and captain at Western Reserve Academy for Hall of Fame coach Skip Flanagan. During that period, WRA competed in three consecutive Ohio State Championship games, winning the title in 2001.