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Keith Euker is in his second season as the volunteer assistant coach for the University of Michigan men's lacrosse program. His duties include coaching the Wolverine goaltenders, and overseeing film study. Additionally, he serves as the director for the U-M lacrosse summer camps.
In his first season in Ann Arbor, Euker was responsible for the emergence of a pair of goaltenders in their first seasons in NCAA lacrosse in sophomore Dylan Westerhold and freshman Emil Weiss. Led by Weiss, Euker guided the Cary, N.C. product to a career-high 19 saves against Rutgers as well as ECAC Freshman of the Week honors, and a team goals against average of 13.06 on the season. In addition, Euker's goaltender unit ranked No. 16 in the NCAA with 11.36 saves per contest.
Euker spent the 2010-11 seasons as the head coach of the University of Missouri men's club team. He compiled an overall record of 21-11, including a 13-4 mark in 2011 when he was voted the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference (GRLC) Coach of the Year. During his two-year stretch at Missouri he produced three Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) All-Americans, one GRLC Offensive Player of the Year, and 17 All-GRLC honorees.
A native of Baltimore, Md., Euker played for Hall of Fame Coach Dave Cottle at Loyola (Md.) University from 1995-98. As a senior he helped the Greyhounds to a No. 1 national ranking and an appearance in the NCAA Final Four.
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