|Alma Mater:||Randolph-Macon '68|
A long-time fixture on the Baltimore lacrosse scene, Allan brings a wealth of experience with him to the Mustangs' coaching staff as he returns for his second season in 2013.
Allan comes to Stevenson from Towson where he spent the 2011 season as a volunteer assistant under Tony Seaman. Prior to Towson, spent six seasons as an assistant coach at Johns Hopkins where the Blue Jays advanced to the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship each year from 2005-10.
As an assistant with the Blue Jays, Allan helped Hopkins reach three NCAA title games in 2005, 2007 and 2009 while winning national championships in 2005 and 2007.
Allan worked with the Blue Jays’ face-off specialists who ranked among the national leaders during each of his first four seasons. Hopkins finished fifth in the nation in 2005 and were fourth during the 2006 season.
Before moving to Johns Hopkins, Allan was the head boy’s lacrosse coach at Gilman School where he compiled a 132-36 (.786) record during two different stints from 1975-79 and 1999-2004. He led the Greyhounds to three MIAA ‘A’ Conference championships and was a three-time recipient of the USLCA High School Coach of the Year award (1976, 1978, 2000).
Allan also served as an assistant coach at Gilman from 1968-78 and 1994-98.
In addition to his success at the high school level, Allan was an assistant coach at nearby Loyola for six seasons where he helped the Greyhounds reach the 1990 NCAA championship game. While there, he mentored Stevenson head coach and 1993 All-American Paul Cantabene helping the Greyhounds post a 58-19 (.753) record and make six NCAA tournament appearances.
Allan, a 1968 graduate of Randolph Macon, lives in Owings Mills with his wife, Bonnie. They have two sons – Scott, a 1996 graduate of Williams College, and Michael, who is a 1998 Princeton graduate.