Coach Pietramala has been the Head Coach at his alma mater since the 2001 season, He has guided the Blue Jays to the 2005 and 2007 National Titles, four national championship game appearances, seven Final Fours, and 16 trips to the NCAA Tournament. Pietramala is the all-time winningest coach in school history.During his tenure, Pietramala has developed 86 All-Americans, including 17 First Team honorees. He has produced a trio of Schmeisser Award winners, a Tewaaraton Award winner, an Enners Award recipient and seven CoSIDA Academic All-Americans.
A three-time All-American defenseman during his playing days at Homewood, Bill Dwan has been an integral part of the Blue Jay lacrosse program since his arrival in 2001. Dwan works with the defense and oversees the team’s extensive video archives, scouting and recruiting efforts. A standout defenseman during his career, Dwan helped the Blue Jays to four appearances in the NCAA Tournament, including a trip to the 1989 title game. Dwan served as a team captain in 1991, when he was the recipient of the Fred Smith Trophy.
One of the greatest goal scorers in Johns Hopkins history, Benson is the offensive coordinator at his alma mater. enters his 11th season as the Blue Jays’ offensive coordinator. He has coached 38 All-Americans since 2007, including five First Team selections. Among the players he has coached are Paul Rabil, Ryan Brown, Shack Stanwick, and Joel Tinney.Benson earned All-America honors three times during his career at Johns Hopkins and finished his career at Homewood ranked sixth all time in goals scored (124) and 14th in points (167). He helped the Blue Jays to three trips to the final four and captained the team to a national runner-up finish as a senior.
O’Branski, a 2009 graduate of Salisbury University, joined the Blue Jays’ staff as Director of Lacrosse Operations in 2015. He oversees numerous areas including video, logistics, operations, and social media. Following a successful playing career, O’Branski transitioned into coaching, spending three seasons with the Seagulls during which time the team won back-to-back Division III National Championships. He also served on the staff at Georgetown University and with Team USA at the 2014 FIL World Championships and 2016 FIL U-19 World Championships.