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Fairleigh Dickinson University

1000 River Road

Teaneck, New Jersey 07666

United States

Company Description

Fairleigh Dickinson University, the largest private university in New Jersey, has two uniquely different campuses: The College at Florham in Madison, NJ, and The Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, NJ, - offering doctoral, master's, bachelor's and associate d ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Head Coach

Northern Valley Regional High School

Social Studies Teacher

Fort Lee Board of Education

Affiliations

Secretary
National Tenpin Coaches Association

Member of the Varsity Bowling Team
William F. Hogan Funeral Home

Year Member
Knights of Columbus

Sanctioned Member
American Bowling Congress

Lifelong Member
Sacred Heart Church

Education

Highland Falls High School

New York University

Rockland County Community College

bachelor's degree

Sociology

bachelor’s degree

Sociology

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Knights Athletics - Staff Directory

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Mike LoPresti 15-16

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Mike LoPresti Head Coach
Phone: 551-427-5038 Email: lopresti@fdu.edu
Mike LoPresti enters his 13th season as the Fairleigh Dickinson University Women's Bowling Head Coach.
LoPresti currently holds a career record of 1,109-337, with a .767 win percentage and two NCAA National Championships (2006, 2010) under his belt. He is the NCAA's all-time leader in victories and is the only person to ever win national championships at two different schools (FDU and William Paterson). On Feb. 1, 2014, LoPresti became the first coach in NCAA women's bowling history to achieve 1,000 career victories, after the Knights claimed the ECAC Championship.
LoPresti is the first and only coach in program history as the University added the sport as the 18th intercollegiate varsity program during the 2002-03 school year. LoPresti’s arrival made an immediate impact as the Knights’ varsity program began with just five freshmen. In the squad’s first year, he took his youthful squad to a No. 17 national ranking, qualified for the United States Bowling Congress (the National Governing Body of bowling) post season Sectional tournament and narrowly missed advancing to the USBC National Championship tournament.    Â
The following season, the Knights won their first-ever Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling Conference (EIBC) Championship crown and finished ranked fourth in the country. LoPresti was rewarded by being voted EIBC Coach of the Year. In 2004-2005 LoPresti led the Knights to the school’s second-consecutive EIBC crown and second-straight NCAA Championship appearance. LoPresti coupled FDU’s hardware with his second EIBC Coach of the Year award in as many years.   Â
In 2005-06, after the Knights brought home the National Championship trophy, LoPresti was named NTCA Division I Coach of the Year for his success in guiding the team to a 4-1 win over Alabama A&M in Houston, TX to win the NCAA championship. Â
The Knights once again brought home the NCAA championship trophy in the 2009-10 season. LoPresti led FDU over the defending champions, Nebraska. During the 2010-11 season, LoPresti guided the Knights to their second NEC championship in three seasons. He also led the team to the Final Four at the NCAA National Championship Tournament for the seventh time in eight seasons. After leading the team to an 111-21 record, LoPresti was selected as the NEC Coach of the year and NTCA Division I Coach of the Year.
In 2014-15, LoPresti and the Knights won seven tournament titles including the; NJ Jamboree, NEC Tournament and ECAC Championship. He led Fairleigh Dickinson to a seventh straight NCAA Tournament. The 94 wins are the most for the program since they won 113 in 2012--when they were national runners-up. In NEC play the Knights went 17-4, including 3-1 in the postseason on their way to the tournament title. LoPresti, who has seen three perfect games at FDU, brought a strong coaching background withthree decades of professional and volunteer experience at all levels to the Knight’s program. The veteran coach began his career at William Paterson University, where he initiated the men’s bowling program in 1983 and the women’s program in 1986. He led the Pioneers until the spring of 1992, guiding his teams to a combined eight conference titles, six Northeast sectional crowns, seven national tournament berths and over 70 team titles. In 1992 he coached the men’s team to a National Collegiate Bowling Championship.   Â
During his tenure at William Paterson, LoPresti coached eight National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association All-Americans and three Collegiate Bowlers of the Year. He was responsible for putting together the Eastern Singles Classic for six seasons and the Metro Collegiate Championships for 10 years, while also directing the EIBC for seven seasons.   Â
LoPresti continued to stay involved in bowling, at Northern Valley Regional High School, where he served as head coach for both the girls and boy’s varsity and junior varsity squads. During that time he guided the girls varsity team to a remarkable 110-10 (.917 winning percentage) record and captured two of the last three NBIL Division I titles while coaching several All-NBIL and All-Bergen performers.   Â
LoPresti was a member of the varsity bowling team at William Paterson, where he captained the first official squad to an EIBC Championship. He was named All-Conference after maintaining the third-highest conference average. Â
His coaching expertise reaches beyond the bowling alleys and onto the baseball diamond. After a two-year varsity career with the Pioneers in which he pitched in the 1982 NCAA Division III World Series and was named All-State, he served as assistant baseball coach at his alma mater from 1985-87. LoPresti turned around the Bergen Community College baseball program as head coach from 1993-95 and has also served as assistant baseball coach at Northern Valley Regional High School from 1999-2011. Â
LoPresti, a social studies teacher at Fort Lee High School, earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from William Paterson in 1997.
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LoPresti and his wife, Nancy, a history teacher at Midland Park High School, currently reside in Wycoff, N.J.


Fairleigh Dickinson University Knights Athletics - Staff Directory

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Mike LoPresti Head Coach lopresti@fdu.edu 551-427-5038


Mike LoPresti Head ...

fduknights.com [cached]

Mike LoPresti Head Coach

Phone: 551-427-5038 Email: lopresti@fdu.edu
Mike LoPresti enters his 13th season as the Fairleigh Dickinson University Women's Bowling Head Coach.
LoPresti currently holds a career record of 1,015-309, with a .767 win percentage and two NCAA National Championships (2006, 2010) under his belt. He is the NCAA's all-time leader in victories and is the only person to ever win national championships at two different schools (FDU and William Paterson). On Feb. 1, 2014, LoPresti became the first coach in NCAA women's bowling history to achieve 1,000 career victories, after the Knights claimed the ECAC Championship.
LoPresti is the first and only coach in program history as the University added the sport as the 18th intercollegiate varsity program during the 2002-03 school year. LoPresti’s arrival made an immediate impact as the Knights’ varsity program began with just five freshmen. In the squad’s first year, he took his youthful squad to a No. 17 national ranking, qualified for the United States Bowling Congress (the National Governing Body of bowling) post season Sectional tournament and narrowly missed advancing to the USBC National Championship tournament.    Â
The following season, the Knights won their first-ever Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling Conference (EIBC) Championship crown and finished ranked fourth in the country. LoPresti was rewarded by being voted EIBC Coach of the Year. In 2004-2005 LoPresti led the Knights to the school’s second-consecutive EIBC crown and second-straight NCAA Championship appearance. LoPresti coupled FDU’s hardware with his second EIBC Coach of the Year award in as many years.   Â
In 2005-06, after the Knights brought home the National Championship trophy, LoPresti was named NTCA Division I Coach of the Year for his success in guiding the team to a 4-1 win over Alabama A&M in Houston, TX to win the NCAA championship. Â
The Knights once again brought home the NCAA championship trophy in the 2009-10 season. LoPresti led FDU over the defending champions, Nebraska. During the 2010-11 season, LoPresti guided the Knights to their second NEC championship in three seasons. He also led the team to the Final Four at the NCAA National Championship Tournament for the seventh time in eight seasons. After leading the team to a 111-21 record, LoPresti was selected as the NEC Coach of the year and NTCA Division I Coach of the Year. LoPresti, who has seen three perfect games at FDU, brought a strong coaching background withthree decades of professional and volunteer experience at all levels to the Knight’s program. The veteran coach began his career at William Paterson University, where he initiated the men’s bowling program in 1983 and the women’s program in 1986. He led the Pioneers until the spring of 1992, guiding his teams to a combined eight conference titles, six Northeast sectional crowns, seven national tournament berths and over 70 team titles. In 1992 he coached the men’s team to a National Collegiate Bowling Championship.   Â
During his tenure at William Paterson, LoPresti coached eight National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association All-Americans and three Collegiate Bowlers of the Year. He was responsible for putting together the Eastern Singles Classic for six seasons and the Metro Collegiate Championships for 10 years, while also directing the EIBC for seven seasons.   Â
LoPresti continued to stay involved in bowling, at Northern Valley Regional High School, where he served as head coach for both the girls and boy’s varsity and junior varsity squads. During that time he guided the girls varsity team to a remarkable 110-10 (.917 winning percentage) record and captured two of the last three NBIL Division I titles while coaching several All-NBIL and All-Bergen performers.   Â
LoPresti was a member of the varsity bowling team at William Paterson, where he captained the first official squad to an EIBC Championship. He was named All-Conference after maintaining the third-highest conference average. Â
His coaching expertise reaches beyond the bowling alleys and onto the baseball diamond. After a two-year varsity career with the Pioneers in which he pitched in the 1982 NCAA Division III World Series and was named All-State, he served as assistant baseball coach at his alma mater from 1985-87. LoPresti turned around the Bergen Community College baseball program as head coach from 1993-95 and has also served as assistant baseball coach at Northern Valley Regional High School from 1999-2011. Â
LoPresti, a social studies teacher at Fort Lee High School, earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from William Paterson in 1997.
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LoPresti and his wife, Nancy, a history teacher at Midland Park High School, currently reside in Wycoff, N.J.


Fairleigh Dickinson University - Staff Directory

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Mike LoPresti Head Coach lopresti@fdu.edu 551-427-5038


Mike LoPresti Head ...

www.fduknights.com [cached]

Mike LoPresti Head Coach

Phone: 551-427-5038 Email: lopresti@fdu.edu
Mike LoPresti enters his 12th season as the Fairleigh Dickinson University Women's Bowling Head Coach LoPresti currently holds a career record of 927-276 with a .771 win percentage and two NCAA National Championships under his belt. He is the NCAA's all-time leader in victories and is the only person to ever win national championships at two different schools (FDU and William Paterson).
LoPresti is the first and only coach in program history as the University added the sport as the 18th intercollegiate varsity program during the 2002-03 school year. LoPresti’s arrival made an immediate impact as the Knights’ varsity program began with just five freshmen. In the squad’s first year, he took his youthful squad to a No. 17 national ranking, qualified for the United States Bowling Congress (the National Governing Body of bowling) post season Sectional tournament and narrowly missed advancing to the USBC National Championship tournament.    Â
The following season, the Knights won their first-ever Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling Conference (EIBC) Championship crown and finished ranked fourth in the country. LoPresti was rewarded by being voted EIBC Coach of the Year. In 2004-2005 LoPresti led the Knights to the school’s second-consecutive EIBC crown and second-straight NCAA Championship appearance. LoPresti coupled FDU’s hardware with his second EIBC Coach of the Year award in as many years.   Â
In 2005-06, after the Knights brought home the National Championship trophy, LoPresti was named NTCA Division I Coach of the Year for his success in guiding the team to a 4-1 win over Alabama A&M in Houston, TX to win the NCAA championship. Â
The Knights once again brought home the NCAA championship trophy in the 2009-10 season. LoPresti led FDU over the defending champions, Nebraska. During the 2010-11 season, LoPresti guided the Knights to their second NEC championship in three seasons. He also led the team to the Final Four at the NCAA National Championship Tournament for the seventh time in eight seasons. After leading the team to a 111-21 record, LoPresti was selected as the NEC Coach of the year and NTCA Division I Coach of the Year. LoPresti, who has seen three perfect games at FDU, brought a strong coaching background withthree decades of professional and volunteer experience at all levels to the Knight’s program. The veteran coach began his career at William Paterson University, where he initiated the men’s bowling program in 1983 and the women’s program in 1986. He led the Pioneers until the spring of 1992, guiding his teams to a combined eight conference titles, six Northeast sectional crowns, seven national tournament berths and over 70 team titles. In 1992 he coached the men’s team to a National Collegiate Bowling Championship.   Â
During his tenure at William Paterson, LoPresti coached eight National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association All-Americans and three Collegiate Bowlers of the Year. He was responsible for putting together the Eastern Singles Classic for six seasons and the Metro Collegiate Championships for 10 years, while also directing the EIBC for seven seasons.   Â
LoPresti continued to stay involved in bowling, at Northern Valley Regional High School, where he served as head coach for both the girls and boy’s varsity and junior varsity squads. During that time he guided the girls varsity team to a remarkable 110-10 (.917 winning percentage) record and captured two of the last three NBIL Division I titles while coaching several All-NBIL and All-Bergen performers.   Â
LoPresti was a member of the varsity bowling team at William Paterson, where he captained the first official squad to an EIBC Championship. He was named All-Conference after maintaining the third-highest conference average. Â
His coaching expertise reaches beyond the bowling alleys and onto the baseball diamond. After a two-year varsity career with the Pioneers in which he pitched in the 1982 NCAA Division III World Series and was named All-State, he served as assistant baseball coach at his alma mater from 1985-87. LoPresti turned around the Bergen Community College baseball program as head coach from 1993-95 and has also served as assistant baseball coach at Northern Valley Regional High School from 1999-2011. Â
LoPresti, a social studies teacher at Fort Lee High School, earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from William Paterson in 1997.
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LoPresti and his wife, Nancy, a history teacher at Midland Park High School, currently reside in Wycoff, N.J.

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