Chris Marmiani is entering his ninth full season as an assistant coach with the Falcons after multiple stints volunteering as an offensive, defensive and special teams coach from 1999-2004.
Marmiani graduated from New Hampshire College (now Southern New Hampshire University) in 1992 with an A.A.S. and B.S. in Business Management. A four-year starter for the Penmen, he returned from a season-ending knee injury his junior year to captain the team his senior season and earn All-New England and team MVP honors.
Marmiani also serves as an assistant coach for the Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse, along with Bentley head coach Jim Murphy. The two helped the Cannons win the 2011 MLL championship.
Marmiani, 42, resides in his hometown of Billerica and is active in the community, volunteering in the youth lacrosse program. He is also an active member of the Eastern Massachusetts Lacrosse Officials Association and officiates high school and youth lacrosse game when scheduling allows.
When not pursuing his career as a General Manager with Sodexho Corporate Services, Marmiani enjoys spending time with his son Domenic, family and friends and continuing to compete in lacrosse at the club level.
(Bio from 2014-15, left in May 2015)