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Ira T. Huff

Ira Huff is Seneca, Hawk Clan, and was raised on the Tonawanda Seneca Nation in Western New York State. He has been working with the Men's Lacrosse program since 2019, and has spent the last ten years coaching, mentoring and teaching Native and non-Native youth in New York, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and Colorado. He is the Cultural Director of Earth Lacrosse, a non-profit organization founded with three distinct goals in mind: teaching the Indigenous roots of the game, raising awareness and consciousness regarding Indigenous issues, and coaching lacrosse at a high level. In addition to coaching, he has been published in Yellow Medicine Review and The Grief Diaries. Huff earned a bachelor's degree in English & Textual Studies from Syracuse University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Assistant Coach, Men's Lacrosse