The Navy Men’s Club Lacrosse Team represents the U.S. Naval Academy in the National Club Lacrosse League (NCLL).
The Navy Club Lacrosse team was formed in 1994 and marked Navy’s first year in the National Club Lacrosse League (NCLL). The 1994 team was coached by former Naval Academy player and graduate, Tony Luculano, and led by captains Kelly Shakita and John Peterson. The team lost in the National Championship to Loyola by one point. In 1995 the team had some “Unfinished Business” with Coach Luculano and Team Captains Jimmy Fabisak and Nick Bruno leading the team to first of 2 undefeated seasons winning the NCLL Championship over the University of West Virginia by a score of 20-7. In the Fall of 1995, former varsity Assistant Coach Lawrence Goldstein became the Head Coach of the team. The 1996 Club Lacrosse team once again went without a loss under the leadership of Paul Zambelli, Peter Driggs and John Sarno winning the second national title defeating Richmond at the University of West Virginia. In 1998, Major Lou Cimaglia joined the team as the Assistant Coach through the 2012 season. In 2011, Colin Smith (Team President ’09) joined the team as an Assistant Coach. The 2011 Club Team led by team Captain Will Comiskey took home another National Championship. In 2012, the team was led by Team Captain Taylor Pierce and won the National Championship when they defeated Delaware by 4 Goals. The 2015 team, led by Club President Alex Clements brought back the NCLL National Championship to Annapolis when they defeated Penn State. President Mark Brashears led the 2016 team to its eighth title with an undefeated season. Coach Smith took over as head coach in the Fall of 2016. The 2019 team led by team President Josh Fish, defeated the University of Maryland for its ninth National Championship title.
The Navy Club Lacrosse team is the winningest team on the Yard, and has never had a losing season. The team is considered by the United States Naval Academy to be a Club "B" sport and is supported by the Naval Academy Athletic Association.