OWINGS MILLS, Md. - After spending the previous two seasons as the graduate assistant for the men's lacrosse team, Rick Cremen was named an assistant coach for the Stevenson women's lacrosse team announced by head coach Kathy Railey.
A 2008 graduate of Stevenson, Cremen returned to his alma mater in 2016 to serve under his former head coach Paul Cantabene. With the men's team, Cremen worked primarily with the defense, which allowed just 8.2 goals per game during his time.
Prior to Stevenson, Cremen served as an assistant lacrosse coach and assistant strength and conditioning coach at Southwestern University (Georgetown, Texas) from 2013-2015.
Before Southwestern, Cremen spent one season at St. Andrews University (Laurinburg, N.C.) as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Knights. During his time with the Knights the first recruiting class the program amassed an 11-5 record with three All-Conference defenders and one Honorable Mention honoree.
Prior to his time at St. Andrews, Cremen spent time in England introducing lacrosse and working with the English Lacrosse Program as a Local Development Officer. He also has served as a head coach for several programs along the east coast with Mad Lax All Stars during 2010-2012 seasons.
As a player, he played at CCBC Catonsville helping his team earn a semifinal finish at the 2002 semi-finals of the NJCAA National Championships. Cremen finished his collegiate career as a two-year letterman at Stevenson where he played long stick midfield for the Mustangs from 2005-2007. He earned a degree in business administration in 2008 from Stevenson.