|Title:||Head Men's Lacrosse Coach|
Pride Head Coach Josh Blumenthal enters his third season at the helm of the Pride lacrosse team and comes to Regis after a two year stint with the Babson Athletic Department where Blumenthal served as an assistant lacrosse coach for both the men's and women's programs as well as an athletic administrator. While at Babson, Blumenthal helped the Beavers to a pair of winning seasons and an appearance in the Pilgrim League Playoffs. Blumenthal helped coach a male ECAC All-New England Goalie in 2010 and a two-time Women's NEWMAC First-Team Goalie and a two-time Second-Team IWLCA All-New England Goalie both in 2010 and 2011. On the women's side, Blumenthal helped coach the women's team to back-to-back NEWMAC Championships and NCAA Tournament appearances, with the Beavers advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2010.
Blumenthal has a diverse coaching background serving as a coach at the NCAA Division II, III and high school levels. Prior to his work at Babson, Blumenthal was an assistant coach at Northeast-10 powerhouse Adelphi University where he worked primarily with the goalies and in operations.
Before that, he spent four years as the head varsity lacrosse coach and sports information director at Palmer Trinity School in Miami. He led his team to a top-10 finish in South Florida in three of his four seasons and produced numerous All-State players, a County MVP, Academic All-American and four Senior Athletes of the Year. In 2006 he was named Miami-Dade County Coach of the Year. Blumenthal also served as associate head coach and offensive coordinator for the U-19 Bermuda National Team in the summer of 2008.
In 2013 he was named New England Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year after guiding numerous athletic and academic all-conference selections. He is also the all-time winningest coach in school history.
Blumenthal played lacrosse at the University of Rhode Island from 1999-2001 and was a member of the 2001 Pioneer League Championship team. Blumenthal received his Bachelor's of Arts in Communication from URI in 2003 and also attained a Masters of Arts in Sport Management from Adelphi University in August of 2009. Blumenthal has also served on the USILA Division III All-American Committee and resides in Natick, Mass. with his wife Cherilynn.