Andrew Fink is the owner and director of the Big 3 Lacrosse camp. Fink is currently in his fifth year as the Mount Ida College men’s lacrosse head coach and sixth year with the program overall. He has compiled an overall record of 59-21, including a perfect 36-0 mark versus North Atlantic Conference competition.
Fink also serves as a liaison between athletics and admissions at Mount Ida. He teaches fitness classes in the sport management department as well.
Last season, Fink skippered the Mustangs to their sixth straight NAC Championship and a third appearance in the NCAA Division III Tournament. Four members of the 2009 squad earned NAC All-Conference accolades.
Fink earned NAC Coach of the Year honors in 2004. His club featured two players who finished atop NCAA Division III statistical categories that year. P.J. Matthews repeated as the NCAA points per game champion, averaging 6.92 points, while Kyle Bowler earned the nation’s top save percentage of 72.3 percent in his first year of collegiate lacrosse. The Mustangs defense finished third in the nation, having allowed only 77 goals in 12 games.
Fink played his college lacrosse at the University of Hartford, graduating in 2001 with a degree in communications from the College of Arts and Sciences. As a four-year varsity player and three-year starter, Fink played defense for Hartford. In his junior campaign, the Hawks earned the American East Conference regular season title.
A graduate of Rocky Hill High School in East Greenwich, R.I., Fink earned all-league and all-state honors in lacrosse.
Andrew Finks’ Resume:
2007 Mount Ida College
2008 Mount Ida College
2009 Mount Ida College
North Atlantic Conference Champions
Mount Ida College
Jason Shemenski is in his second season as assistant coach for the Mount Ida College men’s lacrosse team.
Most recently from August 2007 to April 2008, Shemenski traveled to the United Kingdom to teach the game of lacrosse in the Bath area to several primary and secondary schools. He coached, organized, and promoted the University of Bath men’s lacrosse program and Bath junior program as well. One of his shining moments during his time in the United Kingdom was leading the University of Bath to the BUSA-South finals and capturing the Holder Trophy with the Bath U-14 program.
Shemenski was a part of the Skidmore College men’s lacrosse team from September 2003 to May 2007. He participated in the NCAA tournament in the spring of 2005 finishing 14th overall in the country. He was a part of Skidmore’s powerhouse defense that ranked in the top 10 in 2005 and 2006.
He graduated from Hendricken High School in Warwick, Rhode Island where he was a three time Rhode Island All-State athlete in lacrosse and led his high school team to one state title and was honored as most valuable player his senior season.