Phil Hallahan Joins Lafayette Football Coaching Staff
May 10, 2005
EASTON, Pa. (www.lafayette.edu) - Lafayette head football coach Frank Tavani has announced the addition of Phil Hallahan to the Leopard coaching staff for the 2005 season.
Hallahan will serve as an offensive assistant, working primarily with Lafayette's receiving corps.
"We're very excited to add Phil Hallahan to our staff for the 2005 season," Tavani said. "He gained a wealth of knowledge in a number of areas as part of the football program at Syracuse and certainly proved his coaching abilities the last two seasons at Amherst."
Hallahan comes to Lafayette having coached running backs at Amherst College for the past two seasons. While at Amherst, Hallahan mentored tailback Fletcher Ladd to ECAC Division III Northeast Player of the Year honors and the All-New England Division II/III Team.
A 2003 graduate of Syracuse University, Hallahan was the head football manager for the Orange football program as an undergraduate. He also spent one summer as an administrative intern for the Syracuse football program and spent time working for the program's video coordinator.
Lafayette begins defense of its 2004 Patriot League championship on Sept. 3, visiting Marist at 7 p.m.
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