Current Assistant Coach at WCSU. Former Joel Barlow HS, current Director of RELAX Youth Lacrosse
Adam Lanehart was a two-sport athlete during his four years at Barlow. As an attackmen on the lacrosse team, he helped guide the Falcons to three straight SWC championships between 2004-2006, and was named SWC Tournament MVP in 2005. During those three seasons, the team never lost a game to a South-West Conference opponent. During his career, Lanehart accumulated more than 250 points and is currently top three in program history in goals. He went on to become 3x All-SWC, 2x All-State and 3x Danbury News Times All-Area. Lanehart continued his education and athletic career at Western Connecticut State University, where he earned a degree in Justice Law Administration. While at Western, he was named Little East Conference Rookie of the Year during his first season. He lead the Colonials to their first LEC Conference Championship in 2008, earning their first and only NCAA tournament bid in school history. During the 2008 season Lanehart was named to the All-New England team, while breaking the school record for goals in a season. He went on to become 3x All-LEC during his four year career. Lanehart finished his career as Western’s all time leader in goals and points. From 2011-present, Lanehart joined the Barlow lacrosse and football coaching staff. In 2012 he helped coach the lacrosse team to a Class-S State Championship and was named US Lacrosse and Class-S Coach of the Year. The lacrosse team also won the SWC championship in 2013 and 2015. In 2017, Lanehart coached the Wide Receivers and Defensive backs on the football team that advanced to the Class-M State championship game. He currently resides in Redding with his wife, Megan.