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Head Coach Tim Dunton

Tim Dunton | Head Men's Lacrosse Coach

Tim Dunton will enter his fifth season in Demorest in the fall of 2019 after leading the Lions to its first ever USA South Athletic Conference Tournament Championship.

Piedmont took down defending champs Huntingdon College 11-10 and placed five players on the All-Tournament team, including MVP and goalie Zach Czulada.

Piedmont finished its 2019 campaign with a 9-9 record and an appearance in the NCAA tournament following its conference championship. The Lions made a trip to Lexington, Va. to play Washington and Lee but fell to the Generals.

Piedmont made history with its appearance, becoming the first lacrosse program in the state of Georgia to reach the national tournament across all NCAA Divisions.  

During his time at Piedmont, Dunton has had eight players make All-Conference during the two years in the USA South and have posted a 9-4 record in league play. In 2018, Dunton led Piedmont to its first nine-win season and first winning season.

Prior to Piedmont, Dunton enjoyed a successful career at Lasell College in Newton, Mass. where he posted a 107-98 record over 13 seasons. In his fourth year at Lasell, he was named Assistant Director of Athletics before being promoted to Associate Director of Athletics in 2014.

While with the Lasers, Dunton coached 44 All-Conference players, two conference Players of the Year, three conference Rookies of the Year and four All-New England honorees.

Off the field, Dunton served in several administrative capacities at Lasell. He represented the Pilgrim League on the USILA Top-20 panel and served as a representative on the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee.

Dunton spent his collegiate days at Endicott College where he was a four-year letter winner with the Gulls and posted a 42-19 record during his time there. He was named captain prior to his senior season and participated in the NEILA East-West All-Star Game.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in communications with a concentration in media production. While at Lasell, he earned a Master of Science in sports administration with a concentration in sports leadership.