Dave Pym

Dave Pym is a lacrosse coach, currently serving as the video coach and Western scout for the Buffalo Bandits of the National Lacrosse League.[1] Pym previously served as the head coach of the Calgary Roughnecks. He was hired by the Roughnecks after a successful junior coaching career with the Burnaby Lakers of the BC Junior A Lacrosse League, where his team won multiple Minto Cups.[2] Despite great regular season success, Pym’s teams had trouble winning in the playoffs, and as a result, Pym’s contract was not renewed after a loss to the Edmonton Rush in the 2012 playoffs.[3]
NLL Coaching Record[edit]

Team
Year
Regular Season
Post Season

Won
Lost
Win %
Finish
Won
Lost
Win %
Result

CGY
2010
10
6
.625
2nd in West Division
0
1
.000
Lost in Division Semifinal

CGY
2011
11
5
.688
1st in West Division
1
1
.500
Lost in Division Final

CGY
2012
12
4
.750
1st in West Division
0
1
.000
Lost in Division Semifinal

CGY Total
33
12
.733

1
3
.250

Total
33
12
.733

1
3
.250

References[edit]

^ “Bandits Announce Coaching Staff”. 18 July 2013. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
^ “Dave Pym & Curt Malawsky to be named Calgary Roughnecks”. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
^ Flannery, Jim (16 July 2012). “Calgary Roughnecks Part Ways with Dave Pym”. Bleacher Report. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 

Preceded by
Troy Cordingley
Head coach of the Calgary Roughnecks
2010–12
Succeeded by
Curt Malawsky

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