Joe Alberici

Head Men's Lacrosse Coach

When it comes to Alberici producing successful cadet-athletes both on the field and in the classroom, the numbers speak for themselves. In just 11 years at the Academy, his players have earned a total of 21 All-American certificates. Alberici has also mentored eight Patriot League major award winners (Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Goalkeeper of the Year, Rookie of the Year), 73 Patriot League Honor Roll recipients, five Academic All-Americans, four Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year and two Senior CLASS Award winners (Brendan Buckley, 2013; Andrew Maisano, 2010). In addition, 12 of his players have been selected in the Major League Lacrosse draft.

Assistant Coaches

Kyle Georgalas

Assistant Coach

Kyle Georgalas, a former first team All-Ivy League, honorable mention All-America selection and later five-year assistant coach at Cornell University, joined Army West Point’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach in August 2011. In his five seasons at the Academy, Georgalas has proved to be a valuable asset to the coaching staff both on the field and the recruiting trail. Primarily responsible for the Black Knight offense, Georgalas, since his arrival, also works with the goalkeepers and the man down defense, a role in which he has been in for multiple seasons.

Justin Turri

Assistant Coach

Justin Turri enters his third season as an assistant coach on the Army lacrosse staff in 2017. Turri helped Duke win a national title in 2010 and is currently in his sixth season playing in the Major League Lacrosse ranks. Turri is responsible for the faceoff specialists and mentored two of the best in the nation in Alex Daly and Dan Grabher. The pair were both in the top 10 nationally in winning percentage, while Grabher was a first team All-Patriot League selection in 2016. He molded Grabher into the primary faceoff specialist in 2015 after Daly went down with an injury and he has achieved a 60.5 winning percentage over the past two years. Turri joined assistant coach Kyle Georgalas on staff in 2015.