Everyone and anyone can be a FanLax Fantasy coach. Take a look at our list of current and previous coaches. Our coaches cover the spectrum from players to parents of players to veteran fans to people who demonstrate, year-in and year-out, that they know little to nothing about the sport and have draft picks to demonstrate this. For example, in 2014, Stegs had the first pick in the draft (because he finished in last with a 1-6 record in 2013) and he took Syracuse freshman, Jordan Evans. Jordan Evans. Stegs has demonstrated in no uncertain terms that he has no idea what he’s doing. And, keep in mind, Stegs’ only win in 2013 was against UK Lax. You know how bad you need to be to lose to Stegs? None the less, several years later, we still let Stegs and UK Lax play in our league. Bottomline, if you join the FanLax Fantasy League, there’s no way you’ll be the worst coach in the league. It helps if you have an interest in and knowledge of Men’s D1 and Boy’s HS Lacrosse. But, as Stegs and UK Lax have proven, over and over again, year after year, this is not a prerequisite. So, if you want to be a FanLax Fantasy Lacrosse League coach or co-coach, just e-mail us and we’ll take care of the rest.