Sheridan enters his sixth season at Catholic in 2019, working with the team's offense and serving as faceoffs coach and alumni liaison.
A 2009 graduate with a degree in history, Sheridan has seen the program rise to new heights. Since joining the coaching staff in 2014, the Cardinals won back-to-back Landmark Conference championships in 2015 and 2016, advancing to the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship for the first time in school history. Catholic also advanced to the conference title game in 2017 while winning a school-record 14 games and finishing with a 14-3 record. The Cardinals received votes in the USILA Coaches Poll and stayed there for eight weeks.
Under Sheridan in 2017, Catholic led the Landmark Conference in goals per game (10.17), shots (233) and man-up goals (8) in its six conference contests.
Prior to returning to his alma mater, Sheridan spent two seasons as the head coach at nearby George Washington, working with the University's MCLA lacrosse team.
Sheridan played four seasons as an attackman at Catholic from 2005-09 where he appeared in 24 games with four goals and four assists. A native of New Hyde Park, New York, he attended Kellenberg Memorial High School in Long Island, N.Y., before coming to Catholic.
Sheridan currently lives in Washington, D.C., and is a sales development specialist for Sagamore Spirit.