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Mike Pressler is the head coach of the Bryant University Bulldogs men's lacrosse team.

Pressler served first as the head coach at VMI for one year before leaving to serve as an assistant coach at Army under the tutalage of his form coach, Jack Emmer. After West Point, Pressler was the head coach at Ohio Wesleyan, leading to his overall record of 229-102 in 22 seasons as a head coach. Pressler attended Washington & Lee University and was a four year starter on both the football and lacrosse teams.

In October 2007, Mike Pressler was inducted into the Ohio Wesleyan University Hall of Fame. During his 5 year tenure at OWU from 1986 through 1990, Pressler amassed a 69-16 record, four NCAC conference championships, five visits to the final four NCAA National Championships, three NCAA Division III championship game appearances, 29 All-America selections, and five NCAA players of the year. His contributions to the OWU lacrosse program made him the winningest coach (.812) in the University's 50-year lacrosse history and represents 20% of OWU's 25 year participation in the NCAA playoffs.

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