Mike Levin is in his first season as an assistant coach at Holy Cross. Levin is a 2004 graduate of Brown University where he was a standout on the lacrosse team as a goalie and a two-year captain. As a senior in 2004 he earned First Team All-Ivy League honors and was named New England Player of the Year, along with receiving Academic All-Ivy League, Honorable Mention All-American and Academic All-American accolades. He was also the winner of Cliff Stevenson Award as Brown University's most valuable men's lacrosse player. In 2003, Levin earned a spot on the Second Team All-Ivy League and was named Brown's most valuable defensive player. As a sophomore he received First Team All-Ivy League, First Team All-New England and Honorable Mention All-American honors. Currently playing for the Rochester Rattlers of Major League Lacrosse, Levin has also played for the Baltimore Bayhawks and the Philadelphia Barrage. He was named MLL Defensive Player of the Week after making 21 saves in an 11-10 victory over New Jersey. Levin is also the Program Director for Maxlax Lacrosse where he has designed and implemented a variety of instructional lacrosse programs for children ages 10-18.