The 2015 high school boys’ lacrosse season had 12 coaches reached a new century mark to reach a new level in all-time wins. Which coaches make our 2016 Boys’ Lacrosse Coach Milestones list? Last season boys lacrosse had its first-ever 800 career win head coach and two coaches reached 600 career victories.
Which standout players from 2015 return this season?After an exciting 2015 boys’ high school lacrosse season where two players surpassed 600 career points, how will 2016 season stack up? Looking behind and ahead, here are the 2016 returning statistical lacrosse leaders from boys’ high school lacrosse.
Dons hire the coach who won the 2015 MIAA A Conference titleTowson, Md. — Ben Rubeor ‘04 has been named Loyola Blakefield’s new Assistant Director of Admissions and Head Coach of the varsity lacrosse team, filling vacancies in both areas. Most recently, Ben served as Assistant Athletic Director and head lacrosse coach at St. Mary’s (Md.) in Annapolis,… Read More »
Mike Messere is the first coach with 800 career victoriesSource: Nation’s winningest high school lacrosse coach has field named in his honor at West Genesee (photos) | syracuse.com According to the above article, West Genesee (N.Y.) named its stadium turn after legendary head coach Mike Messere in a ceremony on Saturday. Messere has been the Wildcats’ head coach… Read More »
A second legendary Virginia boys’ high school lacrosse coach retired last week when Lake Braddock (Va.) head coach Steve Price stepped down after 40 years, according to The Washington Post. According to the Post, Price won more than 400 career games at the club and varsity level while at Lake Braddock. He was inducted into the Potomac chapter of… Read More »
Gorman takes over as boys’ lacrosse coach after eight years at Cary-Grove (Ill.)Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) has found its next head coach for its boys’ lacrosse team – hiring former Cary-Grove (Ill.) coach Brendan Gorman. Gorman will also be a full-time physical education teacher and the school’s strength and conditioning coordinator, according to the Northwest Herald.