Scott Bieda Announced as Michigan’s Offensive Coordinator

(Photo Courtesy of Lafayette Athletics)

Michigan has announced the hiring of Scott Bieda as the Wolverines’ next offensive coordinator. Bieda fills the vacancy left by Justin Turri earlier this summer after he took the head coaching job at St. John’s.

Inside Lacrosse’s Ty Xanders first reported the news on Monday.

Bieda arrives in Ann Arbor following a six-years at Lafayette, the last four of which he served in the same role. This past spring, Bieda’s offense at Lafayette averaged 12.07 goals per game and led by second-team All-Patriot League selection Peter Lehman.

A Rutgers alum, Bieda was a standout player for the Scarlet Knights and capped off his college career with Big Ten Player of The Year honors in 2016.

At Michigan, Bieda inherits an offense that averaged 14 goals per game a season ago, ending the season ranked 11th in scoring offense. The Wolverines will return a plethora of talent with each of its top five scorers coming back, including Josh Zawada (43G/34A) and Michael Boehm (33G/30A) who combined for 140 points last spring.

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