Contributions to our program allow us to recruit more players and offer scholarships to incoming students to help off set team dues.
Tucker Sargent is in his 9th season as the head coach of the University of Montana men's lacrosse team. In his time at the helm of Montana he has taken the team back to conference prominence, including last years 2017 PNCLL Conference Championship and a return to the national tournament. Tucker has coached multiple all-conference players and has had 4 appearances in the conference tournament. His ultimate goal is to build the team back up to a national title contender and recruit strong committed student athletes that can appreciate everything else Montana has to offer outdoors. Tucker took over the team after graduating and playing for the University of Montana. At Montana Tucker was part of the 2007 National Championship team, an All-America face off specialist and three time All-Conference player. Tucker grew up in New England where he enjoyed the outdoors, hockey and lacrosse. He spends his free time playing in the outdoors of Montana, kayaking, skiing and taking his players on wild adventures. Tucker also started manufacturing and selling lacrosse and hockey sticks and shafts and launched his own lacrosse shaft company, Sargent Sticks that he operates in Missoula.
Ben Buskey is in his 5th season of coaching at Montana. He is the chief assistant coach who runs the defense. Buskey immediately made an impact upon his arrival to the program quickly transforming the defensive unit to a hard hitting, low scoring game dominating force. Buskey comes to Montana via Hanover, NH and St. Lawrence University in upstate New York. He spent his college years playing football and lacrosse for the St. Lawrence Saints and went on to captain the lacrosse team during his senior season. At SLU he received All-Liberty League honors for lacrosse in 2006, 2007, and 2008 and for football in 2007. He was selected to the USILA All-American Lacrosse team (Honorable Mention) in 2006 and to the USILA Scholar All-American Lacrosse team in 2008. During his senior year he received the athletic departments Martha Finch award recognizing the most outstanding male senior athlete of the year. He graduated Cum Laude from St. Lawrence University in 2008 with a degree in Economics.
Interested in becoming part of the coaching staff?
Prospective Coaches please fill out the following form and give us a little bit about your self and a short resume and you will be contacted about becoming a member of the University of Montana Men's Lacrosse coaching staff.