The Beginning

2012-13

2013-16

Iron Lacrosse - The original training company, Iron Lacrosse, was started in 2012 to train local lacrosse players at the youth and high school levels both on the field and in the gym. Iron Lacrosse was built to be a complete training program for lacrosse players to focus on their skills and also their strength, speed, power, and explosiveness relative to lacrosse. After medically retiring due to a bone tumor in the hip, and consequent surgeries, Coach Swenson put all of his focus on coaching lacrosse year round. 

We may have moved on from Iron Lacrosse, the business, but never stopped the process of developing players as both lacrosse players and all-around athletes. After Iron Lacrosse and coaching at Randolph, Coach Swenson continued coaching at the high school level in New Jerse and assisted the Rutgers coaching staff from time to time while completing his Sports Management degree.

2016-17

After Rutgers, Coach Swenson moved on to coaching at the NCAA level at Division 1 Saint Joseph's University under head coach Taylor Wray and continued training players and groups in NJ during the off-season. 

Next Steps

2013-16

2016-17

We may have moved on from Iron Lacrosse, the business, but never stopped the process of developing players as both lacrosse players and all-around athletes. After Iron Lacrosse and coaching at Randolph, Coach Swenson continued coaching at the high school level in New Jersey and assisted the Rutgers coaching staff from time to time while completing his Sports Management degree.

After Rutgers, Coach Swenson moved on to coaching at the NCAA level at Division 1 Saint Joseph's University under head coach Taylor Wray and continued training players and groups in NJ during the off-season. 

2018-19

Returning to NJ in 2018 to get back into coaching the high school game, Swenson came to Montgomery High School and worked at a local indoor facility directing all lacrosse programs. In 2019, Montgomery won the NJ Group IV state championship along with a Skyland-Raritan conference championship, and Swenson was named NJ.com Coach of the Year. 

Q4 Lacrosse

2020

2013-2016

Q4 Lacrosse 

We may have moved on from Iron Lacrosse, the business, but never stopped the process of developing players as both lacrosse players and all-around athletes. After Iron Lacrosse and coaching at Randolph, Coach Swenson continued coaching at the high school level in New Jerse and assisted the Rutgers coaching staff from time to time while completing his Sports Management degree.

2016-17

After Rutgers, Coach Swenson moved on to coaching at the NCAA level at Division 1 Saint Joseph's University (#THWND) under head coach Taylor Wray and continued training players and groups in NJ during the off-season.