Nat St. Laurent
Nat St. Laurent
Title: Assistant Coach
Phone: 540-458-8681
Email: stlaurentn@wlu.edu

Nat St. Laurent is in his fourth year as a full-time assistant lacrosse coach at Washington and Lee.  In this role, he serves as the Generals' offensive coordinator.

In his first season, the Generals finished with a 9-8 overall record and a 5-2 mark in league play to earn the No. 2 seed in the ODAC Tournament.  His second season resulted in a 10-9 overall record as the team won four of its final five games to finish as the ODAC runner-up.  Last season, he helped guide W&L to a 16-5 overall record and another trip to the ODAC title game.  The Generals then received an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament, advancing to the second round.

St. Laurent had previously served as a volunteer assistant coach for W&L in 2009, assisting with the offense and the man-up unit.  That season, the Generals went 16-4 overall, won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference title and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.

St. Laurent returned to Washington and Lee following one year as the head lacrosse coach at Ferrum College.  In that role, he was responsible for recruiting student-athletes for a first-year program that began competition in 2011. 

Prior to his experience at W&L and Ferrum, St. Laurent had been an assistant lacrosse coach at VMI for three seasons (2005-08), helping steer the Keydets to a conference postseason berth for the first time and helping direct one of the top offenses in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

During his time in Lexington, St. Laurent also served as a special education teacher at Enderly Heights Elementary School (2005-06) and Waddell Elementary School (2007-09).  He is also a member of the U.S. Army Reserves, garnering recognition as the Soldier of the Year and Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year.

St. Laurent earned a bachelor of science degree in unified elementary and special education in from Keuka College, where he was a member of the lacrosse team.  He also attained a master of arts in educational leadership and policy studies from Virginia Tech in 2009.