Men's Lacrosse Assistant Coach
Dave Campbell, a standout goalkeeper at Middlebury (Vt.) College from 1997-2000 is in his second year as an assistant on the Irish coaching staff. He was named an assistant coach in August of 2001 and works primarily with Notre Dame?s goalkeeping corps.
Campbell spent the previous lacrosse season serving as an assistant coach at his alma mater. During the 2001 campaign, the Panthers finished with a 17-1 record and won their second consecutive NCAA Division III national title.
A three-year starter at Middlebury, Campbell was a member of the school?s first-ever men?s lacrosse national championship team in 2000. During his final season, he posted a .579 save percentage and a career-best 7.12 goals against average. As senior, he guided the Panthers to a 15-1 mark and a 58-8 mark during his four-year career. A four-year letterwinner, Campbell helped Middlebury advance to the NCAA tournament three times.
A United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) third-team Division III All-America selection and first-team all-New England selection as a senior, Campbell played in 54 games during his career and finished with 479 career saves, a .581 save percentage and a 7.83 goals against average. Following his final collegiate season, he played in the North/South All-Star game.
As a junior, Campbell earned second-team All-America accolades in leading the Panthers to a runner-up finish at the NCAA Division III national championships and also garnered first-team all-NESCAC and honorable mention all-New England accolades.
He finished his career third on the school?s all-time saves list and ranked second with a 7.83 goals against average.
Born July 5, 1978, the Norwalk, Conn., native received his bachelor?s degree in economics from Middlebury in May of 2000.