Mike Craig enters his third season as the Husson head men's lacrosse coach with a career record of 12-18, making him the longest head coach in program history and his fourth overall on the staff in 2018. Craig also serves as the team’s defensive coordinator and the Long Stick Midfielder Coach
Craig was promoted to Husson's full-time head coach in June 2016.
In 2016, Craig served as the interim head coach, leading the Eagles to their eighth consecutive postseason appearance. The squad advanced to their seventh striaght NAC Men's Lacrosse Championship semifinal game losing to NAC Runner-Up Castleton, 13-3. Craig's team produced three All-NAC, one All-NAC Sportsmanship, one NEILA East-West Senior All-Star Game and two NEILA All-New England Academic selections, including Derek Johnson who became the first player in program history to earn All-ECAC honors.
Craig spented the 2015 season as the boys varsity coach at York High School. He was responsible for designing team philosophy, creating practice and game plans and managing the team budget. Two of Craig's student-athletes appeared in as many area all-star games.
Craig was the Husson defensive coordinator from 2013-14 and helped guide the Eagles two berths in the NAC Tournament semifinals. In two seasons, he helped recruit student-athletes, scout opponents and create gameplans.
Craig was also an evaluator for the New England area for the Brine National Team in 2014.
Craig spent the 2012 season at Husson as a long-stick midfielder after playing his freshman season at Wheaton (Mass.) and sophomore and junior years at McDaniel (Md.). In 2012, Craig started 19 games and recorded five goals and two assists, leading to a second team All-North Atlantic Conference (NAC) honor. He helped lead the Eagles to an 11-9 overall mark, 6-2 record in conference play and berth in the NAC Tournament semifinals.
Craig earned a Bachelor of Science in Science of the Humanities from Husson in 2013.
A native of Kennebunk, Maine, Craig was a long-stick midfielder at Kennebunk High School for four seasons from 2004-07 and was a three-time All-Conference and All-State selection as well as an All-American as a senior and US Lacrosse National Senior All-Star Selection.