Maryland Coaching Staffs

Club President and Vice President

Lee coaching smileLee Corrigan –  Club President

Lee, the architect of “Roughrider Nation” is a proud member of the “Corrigan Lacrosse Clan” that spans generations. It is not a mandatory requirement to play, coach and help spread the gospel of Lacrosse in the Corrigan family, but it sure helps you get along with the elders! A 1986 graduate of the University of Maryland and former player for Clyde’s Lacrosse Club (Washington, DC) and Severn River Stingers (Annapolis). Lee played on the 1989 USCLA All-star team that toured England and played a series of exhibition games against England’s World Team. Lee Coached at Watkins Mill from 1990 – 1999 where the Wolverines, a Perennial Washington Post Top 20 team were able to post a 131 -35 record and win Multiple County and League Championships. In 2003 Lee took on the challenge of rebuilding Howard Lacrosse who had won 5 games in 5 years. The Howard Lions quickly became a team to be reckoned with in Howard County Lacrosse.

Lee is the founder of Corrigan Sports Enterprises, a sports marketing and event management company that created The Under Armour All-American Lacrosse Classic and the Baltimore Running Festival as well as several other high profile events throughout the country.

During Coach Corrigan’s tenure The Roughriders have played a very entertaining style, offensively “Sharing it on the break and executing set offensive plays when we have to” has been a hallmark.  And defensively “double teaming and searching & stripping” have been the norm.  This style best showcases the players and has proven to be a winning combination.


Ryan C RRRyan Corrigan – Club Vice President

Coach Corrigan enters his 10th year with the Roughrider program. Originally from Ellicott City, MD, Ryan played lacrosse at Howard High School, where he was a second team all-county selection as an attackman. He continued his lacrosse career at Belmont Abbey College in Charlotte, NC. He was a three-year starter logging over 55 career points. While at Belmont Abbey he earned his degree in sports management and is now currently working for Corrigan Sports Enterprises as the Director of Sales.

Ryan now resides in  Lutherville-Timonium in Baltimore County.