Ken Broschart is in his fourth season as a varsity assistant coach with the Michigan men’s lacrosse team and his eighth season with the program overall, having spent four seasons as an assistant coach with the U-M club lacrosse team. Broschart serves as the team’s defensive coordinator, and his 2014 defense was the No. 11 man-down unit and the No. 26 caused-turnover unit in the NCAA. Prior to his time in Ann Arbor, he served as the head coach of the club program at the University of Arizona for four years and was a three-time All-American at New York Institute of Technology from 1998-2001.
Conor Ford is in his first season as an assistant coach for the University of Michigan men’s lacrosse team. He works primarily with the team’s offense, having previously served as the offensive coordinator at Drexel for five years, leading the team to the 2014 NCAA Championship Quarterfinals. Ford also has an illustrious background as a lacrosse player, earning second-team All-America honors at Johns Hopkins in 2004 with 44 goals, and playing five seasons in Major League Lacrosse. During his time in the league, he won a championship with the Philadelphia Barrage in 2004 and led the New Jersey Pride in goals (27) and in points (37).