New Head Coach Named
Michael comes to us with a long history of success as both a player and coach. Michael has spent the past two years as Head Lacrosse Coach at Chattahoochee High School and in both years they qualified for the State Playoffs making it as far as the Quarterfinals in 2013. This past year, not only did Chattahoochee make the playoffs again but they were one of only three teams all season that defeated the eventual State Champions, Roswell Hornets. Michael was nominated for Georgia Lacrosse Coach of the Year in 2013. Michael believes in and practices an up tempo style of Lacrosse. He also places an emphasis on Sportsmanship and providing lessons for his players that apply not only to the field but also to use for the rest of their lives in becoming positive and productive young men. [Read Entire Article]
Dunwoody Boys’ 2014 Lacrosse Season In Review
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The Dunwoody High School Boys Lacrosse program is building a strong foundation on the values of family, community, and positive attitudes. All members of the program will strive to establish this tradition through hard work, professionalism and loyalty.
The primary goal of the DHS Boys Lacrosse program is to develop student-athletes of character and integrity who posses Wildcat PRIDE: Personal Responsibility in Developing Excellence.
- We will place primary importance on our academic performance, and recognize the importance of lifelong learning.
- We will practice leadership and display courage in the face of public, peer and social pressures.
- We will hold ourselves and our teammates responsible and accountable for our thoughts, feelings and actions; we recognize as student-athletes we represent not only ourselves, but our teammates, family, our school, and our community.