Jason Lockner

Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
Athletic Department

Education

  • AA: Liberal Arts, Corning Community College
  • BS: Health Science, Cortland State College
  • MS: Education, Cortland State College

Biography

Jason Lockner was appointed head coach of men's lacrosse at Alfred University in the spring of 2006. Lockner came to AU from Alfred State College, where he served as head men's lacrosse coach from 1997-2005.

In nine seasons at Alfred State, Lockner guided the Pioneers to a 75-40 overall record. In each of the last seven seasons, Alfred State was nationally ranked among National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) teams. 

In 2001, Lockner was named NJCAA Region III and National Coach of the Year. He coached eight All-Americans and more than 20 All-Region III and Academic All-Americans during his tenure at Alfred State.

Lockner was an All-Region and All-American defenseman as well as an Academic All-American while playing at Corning Community College, where he earned an associate's degree in liberal arts in 1991. He transferred to SUNY Cortland, where he was a two-year starter and the team leader in ground balls. He earned a bachelor's degree in health science from Cortland in 1994 and a master's degree in education from Cortland in 2000.

Prior to taking the head coaching job at Alfred State, Lockner served as assistant men's lacrosse coach at Cortland from 1993-96. At Alfred State, he also served as men's soccer coach and has been a physical education instructor.

A native of Penn Yan, NY, Lockner lives in Almond, NY, with his wife, Jen and three children.