6 Reasons to Pursue An MBA Degree Online - Big Easy Magazine

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6 Reasons to Pursue An MBA Degree Online - Big Easy Magazine 6 Reasons to Pursue An MBA Degree Online - Big Easy Magazine Posted: 27 Nov 2020 09:28 AM PST The year 2020 has taken the world by storm with its constant influx of negative and life-changing news. Everything that was considered normal has been replaced with a new sense of reality where nothing is the same as it once was. From going out for errands to meeting your loved ones, everything is tainted with the fear of contracting a deadly virus. To counter these conditions, many business sectors have made adjustments and shifted online, including education. Universities worldwide have introduced online programs and courses that have made e-learning extremely easy and efficient. This even includes the veer so popular MBA.  To Be honest, an online MBA isn't a new concept. The program was available even before the pandemic. Nonetheless, there are more options available now, and he

Five Minutes with Men's Lacrosse Head Coach Matt Brancaccio - DSU Bulldogs

Center Valley, PA (May 1, 2020) - Today's coaching feature has us spending five minutes with the men's lacrosse head coach, Matt Brancaccio, as he answers several questions in a quest to get to know all our coaches a little deeper.

Brancaccio just finished his sixth season as the head coach as the only coach in team history to boast an over .500 career mark.  He holds a 44-39 (.530) all-time record, serving as the all-time leader in wins.

He led the Bulldogs to the greatest season in team history in 2019 as DSU posted a school-record 17 wins, posted a 17-2 record, won its first-ever MAC Freedom Championship, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in team history.  DSU has been to the MAC Freedom postseason three times in Brancaccio's six years and he was named the MAC Freedom Coach of the Year twice (2016 and 2019).

Brancaccio is also one of the most decorated players in DeSales history still ranking as the all-time leader in assists with 107 and also ranking sixth all-time in goals scored (80) and second all-time in points (187).

1 - What made you get into coaching?
My parents pushed me to get into college coaching early. I loved it as soon as I started. Being around a group of young men with one common goal is special. It is even greater when you’re around the men of the DeSales Lacrosse program.

2 - Describe your journey to DeSales University?
My journey to DeSales has been amazing. I got recruited to DSU as an undergraduate and enjoyed a terrific individual career. From there I went on to coach at Dominican College for three years. After that, DeSales head coach Mike Schambach, who was an amazing mentor to me, hired me at DSU as an assistant. When he left in 2015 I took over as the head coach. I can’t tell you how grateful I am for that opportunity and for Mike's mentorship.

3 - What has made DeSales University the right place for you to be a head coach for the last six years?
DeSales is my home. I knew that once I stepped on campus as a recruit. I’m looking forward to all the future years and continuing to compete on a national level. 

4 - Why should future DeSales student-athletes come play at DeSales?
If you want to be apart of a family that is an up and coming program then DeSales is the right place for you. We have unbelievable guys in our program who want to get a top rated education and compete and win. Our DeSales Lacrosse family is special and our guys are the reason for our recent success. They create a competitive environment that is focused on effort, toughness and discipline. The relationships I made while I was here as an undergraduate were amazing and I know that our guys are getting the same experience and building relationships for the rest of their lives.



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