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Updated list of Philly girls’ lacrosse coaching openings

Tuesday, 17th September 2019

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 9/17/19

Pope John Paul II head coach

Pope John Paul II seeks a head girls’ lacrosse coach. PJP is a member of the Pioneer Athletic Conference, and coaching experience required. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director Joe Trainer at jtrainer@pjphs.org.

Central Bucks West Head Coach

CB West is accepting applications for a Head Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach for the 2019 season. The Head Coach is responsible for all aspects of the program. Click here to apply

Northampton Head Coach

Northampton seeks a head coach for its East Penn Conference program. Click here to apply

Academy of Notre Dame head coach 

The Academy of Notre Dame, the 2019 PAISAA State Champions is looking for an experienced head coach for its 2020 varsity girls’ lacrosse team.

Interested Applicants please contact Assistant Athletic Director, Xan Zimatore at xzimatore@ndapa.org

Radnor Varsity Head Coach

Radnor seeks a head varsity coach. Apply online or contact Athletic Director, Michael Friel at michael.friel@rtsd.org or 610-476-2497.

Interboro head coach

Interboro, which has qualified for the District 1 Class AA playoffs each of the past two seasons, seeks a head girls’ varsity coach. Click here to apply.

Holy Spirit-NJ head coach

Holy Spirit High School in Absecon, NJ has an opening for a Girls Head Lacrosse Coach! This is a great opportunity to take over and build upon a young and talented group. If you share values of leadership, teamwork and sportsmanship through honesty and integrity, please send your resume to Mr. Steve Normane, HSHS Athletic Director at snormane@holyspirithighschool.com. Previous coaching experience required.

Lower Merion head coach

Lower Merion seeks a head girls’ lacrosse coach. Interested candidates should contact AD Jason Stroup at StroupJ@lmsd.org.

 


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