Team HEADstrong is excited to announce The Relentless 27 Run!

Starting July 31st, Ian Farley will be running for 27 consecutive days along the East Coast Greenway, starting in Mount Pleasant, SC and ending in New York, NY, all to support HEADstrong’s mission of improving the lives of those affected by cancer.


The head men’s lacrosse coach at Mount Saint Mary College, Farley is an avid runner and wanted to do something different to support HEADstrong this summer. Through this run, he will travel 1,175 miles, an average of 45 miles a day, ending with the NYC Ice Cream Social Half Marathon in New York on August 26th.
All money raised will help support Ian on this journey and will also go toward furthering HEADstrong’s mission of assisting families affected by cancer through emotional, financial and residential support.
For more information on the HEADstrong Foundation and Team HEADstrong please visit www.TeamHEADstrong.com or follow on social media at @TeamHEADstrongHF.

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Meet Ian Farley

A 2015 graduate of Sacred Heart University, Farley just wrapped up his first season at the helm of the men’s lacrosse program at Mount Saint Mary College after serving on the coaching staff at Division III Colby College during the 2021-22 academic year. While with the Mules, Farley was responsible for player development, focusing on offense, and was actively involved in recruiting. Farley also assisted with scouting and game plan development in his role at Colby.

Prior to his stint in Waterville, Farley served as an assistant coach and Offensive Coordinator at the College of the Holy Cross from August 2018-May of 2021. In addition to his on-field responsibilities of player development and scouting, Farley was also involved in recruiting along with practice and game film breakdown. During his time in Worcester, Farley helped mentor an All-Patriot League selection as well as two Major League Lacrosse draft picks.

While with the Crusaders, Farley also coordinated travel to road games, managed equipment inventory and oversaw academic progress.

Farley also brings coaching experience at Vassar, John Carroll, Marist and Sacred Heart with him to Newburgh. He was part of a staff that was honored as the OAC Coaching Staff of the Year in 2016 and while a graduate assistant at Marist in 2017, worked with the face-off unit that won 53-percent of its draws, and helped lead the Red Foxes to the MAAC Championship game. While at Sacred Heart, Farley managed the scout offense at practice, worked with the face-off unit and oversaw the program’s community service efforts.

Farley played collegiately at Sacred Heart and served as a team captain during the 2014-15 season, serving on the Pioneers Student-Athlete Advisory Committee the same year.