Abruzzini arrived at Marist at the beginning of the 2011-12 academic year. Serves as the Red Foxes Offensive and Recruiting Coordinator.
In 2013, Abruzzini helped lead the Red Foxes to the MAAC Regular Season Championship and an overall record of 10-4 (5-1 MAAC). He led the offense, which scored 11.93 goals per game in 2013, ranking T-10th nationally and 1st in the MAAC. He coached the 2013 MAAC Offensive Player of the Year and All-American Honorable Mention Connor Rice as well as the 2013 MAAC Rookie of the Year Joseph Radin. Abruzzini also assisted Head Coach Keegan Wilkinson who earned the 2013 Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year.
In his first season on the Marist sidelines in 2012, he led the Extra Man Unit to finish sixth in NCAA Division I at 46%.
He previously served as the interim head coach at Marywood University during the recruitment-heavy summer months. He spent the 2011 season as Marywood's top assistant coach, helping lead the Pacers to an 11-7 overall record, and producing seven All-Conference players.
Prior to Marywood, Abruzzini was the assistant men's lacrosse coach at Saint Michael's College for four seasons and served as the offensive coordinator for the final three. Under his charge, the Purple Knights' extra man unit finished fourth in Division II in scoring (39%) in 2010.
As a player from 2002-06, Abruzzini played alongside head coach Keegan Wilkinson at Saint Joseph's University where the two were co-captains of the 2006 squad. A native of Maplewood, NJ, Abruzzini was a 2 year starter at midfield for the Hawks. As a high school player for Newark Academy, Abruzzini was an All State and All Conference player as a senior in 2002 and was selected to play in the North/South Senior All Star Game.