Head Coach Matthew St. Croix, a Watertown native, finished his 10th season at Mohawk Valley Community College.
During the 2015-16 season St. Croix led the Hawks to a 22-11 record. The Hawks won the NJCAA Region III Title for the first time in school history and finished the season with a final National Ranking of 6th. Under St. Croix, the Hawks have had seven consecutive 20-win seasons and have averaged 22 victories per year. His teams have qualified for the postseason every year and made the regional finals four times. Coach St. Croix has led four student athletes to NJCAA All-American status and has sent numerous players on to four-year colleges.
St. Croix began his coaching career as an assistant at St. John Fisher College. During his two years, the team compiled a 55-7 record with the Cardinals going 28-1 in the 2005 season. His first head coaching position came the following year at Jefferson Community College, where he guided that team to a 19-11 record and regional post season appearance.
As a player, St. Croix enjoyed a successful career at St. John Fisher College, winning three Empire 8 championships en route to making two appearances in the NCAA tournament. During his senior season, he was the starting point guard on a team that went 21-4 and lost in the NCAA Division III “Sweet 16.” He also played lacrosse at Fisher and graduated as the college’s all-time leading scorer in goals and assists.
St. Croix is married to Gina St. Croix and has two daughters, Laney (4) and Addison (3).