COLUMBUS, Ohio – When Ohio State head men’s lacrosse coach Nick Myers had an opening on his staff this summer, all he had to do was make one phone call. He wanted Dylan Sheridan, and as it turned out, Sheridan wanted to be a Buckeye.
Sheridan was the architect of the Cleveland State men’s lacrosse program, steadily built the Vikings program from the ground up. It culminated in 2019 when Cleveland State won seven of its final 10 games and doubled its win total from the previous season. CSU posted a winning record in just its third season of existence while facing six teams among the top 25 in the NCAA’s RPI.
At Ohio State, Sheridan will be the Buckeyes’ offensive coordinator and inherits a group that returns it four of its top five scorers. For a recent practice, OhioStateBuckeyes.com mic’d up Sheridan to get an inside look at how he teaches the game.