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| Jul 09, 2024

USA Lacrosse Announces 2024 High School Boys' Coaches of the Year

By USA Lacrosse Press Release | Photo courtesy of Urbana High School

USA Lacrosse today announced the high school boys’ coaches from each geographic area selected as winners of the 2024 Coaches Award. The award honors a boys’ lacrosse head coach in each area who exemplify the ideals of the game of lacrosse.

The award is intended to recognize the individual’s overall coaching performance and contribution, not just coaching wins - although they may be considered. Nominees must demonstrate outstanding sportsmanship on and off the field, and also demonstrate excellent rapport with players, officials, and other coaches.

USA Lacrosse oversees the selection of the high school awards, which are administered locally by area chairs. Selections are based on voting by coaches within each geographical area.

The Coach-of-the-Year Award is one of four awards that comprise the USA Lacrosse high school boys’ recognition program, along with All-American, All-Academic, and the Bob Scott Award.

Note: Some local areas have not yet reported their selections and are not included in the listings below. Entries will be added as the selections are received.

Updates/corrections can be sent to gamesadministration@usalacrosse.com.    

2024 USA Lacrosse High School Boys' Coaches of the Year

AreaNameHigh School
AlabamaJustin KaneBriarwood Christian
California Silicon ValleySteven KrygerMenlo-Atherton
DelawarePete DuncanArchmere Academy
District of ColumbiaWill McGettiganLandon
Florida - NorthwestJustin SonntagGulf Breeze
Florida SouthTony SeamanSaint Andrew's
Florida South AtlanticRoy KellyWestminster Christian
IllinoisEric NussGlenbard West
KentuckyTed WilsonWoodford County
Louisiana LHSLLAaron BurnsIsidore Newman
MaineGeoff ArrisDeering
Maryland Anne Arundel Co.Robert ZichelliSeverna Park
Maryland Baltimore Co.Phil RossettiTowson
Maryland Carroll Co.Jeremy BensonCentury High
Maryland Harford Co.Andy LeBrunC. Milton Wright
Maryland Howard Co.Josh HatmakerGlenelg
Maryland MIAAAndy HilgartnerMcDonogh
Maryland SouthernPete KirwinHuntingtown
Maryland WesternGavin DonahueUrbana
Massachusetts CentralMatt BiggsNashoba Regional
Massachusetts EasternBrian McLaughlinDover-Sherborn
Massachusetts WesternMark CavallonWestfield
MichiganRoger SouillereNotre Dame Prep
MinnesotaScott CaterBloomington Jefferson
Missouri Heartland (KS/MO)Matt KimseyMill Valley
Nevada NorthGeorge MagulaReed High
New England EasternIan MacPhailChauncy Hall
New HampshireDrew BourdeauBedford
New Jersey CentralMatt ForetHopewell Valley
New Jersey ShoreNicholas FilipponeManalapan
New Jersey SouthBrian CaryMoorestown
New York CHSAASteve LymanMonsignor Farrell
New York NYSAISLouis CandelPoly Prep Country Day
New York Section 1 (Hudson Valley)Matt CaioneCarmel
New York Section 2 (Adirondack)Morgan CornellSchuylerville
New York Section 5 (Fingerlakes)John SchembriPenfield
New York Section 6 (Western)Larry CatalanoOrchard Park
New York Section 9 (Mid Hudson)Thomas KellyWarwick Valley
North Carolina EasternKyle SopkoGreen Level
North Carolina PrivateConnor McDadeGreensboro Day
North Carolina WesternAndrew BascomMyer's Park
Northeast IdahoGeorge HeinJackson Hole
Ohio CentralJason GodwinOlentangy Liberty
Pennsylvania CentralRyan SheafferWilson
Pennsylvania NortheasternBradley BachmanEaston Area
Rhode IslandCody O'DonnellLaSalle Academy
South CarolinaAndrew TillmanGreenville
Southwest IdahoBraeden HyltonMeridian
Texas CentralDerek DeJoeLake Travis
Texas SouthRyan HorschSt. John's
UtahJeff BrzoskaJudge Memorial Catholic
Virginia 6A NorthLeo GuedesJustice
Virginia Central PublicEric HallCosby
Virginia LynchburgGeorge RevercombSalem
Virginia PrivateDonny MossBlue Ridge
Virginia TidewaterMichael LawrenceTabb
WashingtonJeff BambrickBellarmine Prep
West VirginiaBrad WhiteGeorge Washington
WisconsinNate LuttermanMiddleton