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Updated list of Philly girls lacrosse coaching openings

Wednesday, 7th December 2016

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 12/7/16

Germantown Academy assistant

Germantown Academy seeks a varsity assistant and head middle school coach (Monday through Thursday). Applicants should contact head coach Brooke Watson at

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy assistant coach

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy seeks a high school JV coach for the 2017 season. Please contacy Tina O’Malley, Girls’ AD, at 215.247.8015 or

Harriton assistant coach

Harriton High School (Rosemont, PA), is searching for a Head Girls’ JV/Varsity Assistant Coach: Base responsibilities include: 1)Teaching and development of JV players, 2) Scouting opponents 3) Assisting Head varsity coach with Varsity Team. Prior coaching experience is preferred. To be considered, please send your coaching resume along with three references to the e-mail address below. Stipend: Approximately $4200. Additional club and youth coaching opportunities are available. Appointment: Part-Time

Contact for information: George Dick, Head Girls’ Lacrosse Coach, Harriton High School, 600 N. Ithan Ave, Rosemont, PA 19010. E-mail:

Ridley High Assistant Coaches

Ridley High seeks two assistant varsity coaches, one which will take on the role as JV Head Coach. The candidate should have coaching experience, a bachelor’s degree and a PA Instructional Certificate is preferred.

Candidates should be strong in skill development, running a regular program of practices, facilitating criteria for eligibility and enforcing discipline at all times.

Applicants should send or e-mail a letter of interest to Mr. Jack Signor, Assistant Principal at

Lower Merion head coach

Lower Merion High School (LMHS) is seeking a Head Varsity Coach for girls lacrosse. LMHS is a member of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, District 1 and Central Athletic League. Applicants should contact Athletic Director Don Walsh at and apply online at: by Friday, November 18.

Unionville head coach

Unionville High School is looking for Head/Varsity Girls Lacrosse coach. Please apply online by visiting the UCFSD Human Resources Department using this link:

The successful candidate for the position must be able to obtain the necessary clearances required by the school district. Questions should be directed to Joseph Derickson, Athletic Director, 750 Unionville Road, Kennett Square, PA. 19348. Phone (610) 347-1600 X 3082. Email:

Central Bucks East head coach

Central Bucks High School East is looking for a Head Girls Lacrosse Coach for the Spring. Any interested applicants can either go to and apply under the employment tab or email me for more information at

Souderton head coach

Souderton Area High School Head Girls Lacrosse Coach
– SOL Champs in 2014 and 2015
– District Playoffs the last 6 of last 7 seasons
– State of the art Turf Field
– New coach will be entering a very successful program, talented core of returners and a terrific feeder program
– Former coach resigned due to employment reasons
If interested, please contact Dennis Stanton, Athletic Director at 215-284-7134 or

Young Quakers Community Athletics Girls Lacrosse Coach

Young Quakers Community Athletics (YQCA) is a partnership between the Barbara and Edward Netter Center for Community Partnerships and the Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate
Athletics. Directed through Netter’s University-Assisted Community Schools program (UACS), YQCA creates mutually beneficial partnerships between select Penn intercollegiate athletic teams
and West Philadelphia public schools. Founded in 2012 with boys’ lacrosse at Comegys Community School, YQCA has grown quickly to include girls’ lacrosse at Comegys and co-ed track at Huey
Community School and Lea Community School with the potential for reaching even more students through additional sports in the future.

Penn’s varsity athletes engage with West Philadelphia K-8 students, mentoring the children on the field and off. In addition to the mentoring, YQCA provides staff, coaches, uniforms, sports
equipment, bus transportation, and access to the University’s world-class playing fields at no cost to the schools or their students. Program participants also benefit from the Netter Center’s comprehensive UACS programming, which brings additional academic, human, and material resources from Penn to their schools during the school day, after school, and in the summer.

The YQCA Head Coach will be responsible for practice planning and facilitating sessions with Big Quakers (Penn athletes) and UACS students (K-8 students). Sessions will focus on Big Quaker
engagement and integrating life skill development into practice sessions. The YQ Head Coach will be responsible for regular communication to the Big Quakers about practice plans and expectations.

The head coach will be jointly hired by YQCA Senior staff and Penn Division coaches.

High school degree required, College degree preferred; 2-5 years experience in sports based youth development or related field (ie teaching); prefer experience working with at risk urban youth
Extensive knowledge of lacrosse required; Playing and/or coaching collegiate level preferred; Complete all Federal and state background checks/clearances

Attendance at all YQCA coach trainings, practices and competition; Practice planning/facilitation; Create detailed practice plans including debrief/feedback after sessions with focus on
linking life skills to sports skills; Facilitate sports skills and leadership/team building lessons with elementary and college student-athlete
Communicate practice plans to YQCA senior staff and Penn athletes by assigned deadlines; Complete game scheduling with support from YQCA senior staff if needed
Coordinate special events including food/beverages, opening/closing ceremonies; Estimated Schedule: September-June, 6-10 hours per week including practice facilitation and planning. Sessions are Wednesday + Friday from approximately 3:30-6:00 pm, After-school hours; Occasional weekend commitments, Additional training, professional development sessions will be scheduled.
Compensation: $20-$25 per hour depending on experience
To apply, please send resume to YQCA Director, Jennifer Chu,

Academy of Notre Dame assistant coach

The Academy of Notre Dame is looking for a JV Coach for the 2017 season. Applicants must have previous coaching experience at the club or high school level. We are looking for a passionate and energetic coach to help lead a high level program. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to head coach, Xan Zimatore (

Mount St Joseph Academy Varsity and JV head coaches

Mount St Joseph Academy is searching for Varsity and JV lacrosse coaches.

Contact Athletic Director Janet Columbro at or 215-233-9124

Interboro head coachGirls-coaching-openings

Candidates can apply for the position of head girls’ lacrosse coach at Interboro.

* Experience in coaching at middle school/high school level
* Coaching certification – within one (1) year employment
* Good communication skills with players, parents, teachers, and administrators
* Good work ethic – Act 34, Act 151, FBI Clearances and all required paperwork for district
* PIAA Coaching Requirements
* State physical

HOURS: To be discussed at interview

* Ride bus to and from all practices/games
* Follow and enforce school guidelines
* Distribute & return all equipment
* All else as directed by Athletic Director and administration

or e-mail Athletic Director/Assistant Principal, Interboro High School, 610-237-6410 x2329


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