Jan. 24, 1997
Ciccarone Named Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse Assistant
Notre Dame, Ind.
- Steve Ciccarone, a starter on the 1987 Johns Hopkins University National Championship Team, has been named assistant men's lacrosse coach at the University of Notre Dame.
Ciccarone played for the Blue Jays from 1986-89 and was a three-year starter on defense. He finished his career with 1 assist and 47 groundballs. As a senior, he was the recipient of the Gordon Stick Unsung Hero Award, as voted on by members of the Johns Hopkins lacrosse team.
A native of Baltimore, Md., he is the son of legendary Henry "Chic" Ciccarone, an All-American midfielder for Johns Hopkins in the early 1960's and coach from 1975-83. His father led Johns Hopkins to three consecutive NCAA titles from 1978-80. All three of Steve's brothers - Brent, Henry Jr., and John - also played lacrosse for the Blue Jays.
Ciccarone received his bachelors of arts degree in social and behavioral sciences in 1990. He has been in private business for the past six years.
Born September 14, 1967, he coached varsity lacrosse at the Gilman School, his alma mater, from 1992-94, and also was the junior varsity basketball coach.