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All-time Philly boys’ coach win leaders

Wednesday, 22nd June 2022

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/22/22

Below are the all-time win leaders for Philly boys’ coaches.

Note: These statistics were compiled in partnership with LaxRecords.com

Wins, Coach, High Schools, Years Coaching

512 Bill Leahy (La Salle College) 1992-2019
505 Jon Heisman (Springfield-Delco, West Chester East, Bishop Shanahan) 1988-Present
500 John Nostrant (St. Albans-DC Haverford School, Gilman-MD) 1991-2021

440 Paul Stankewicz (Henderson) 1983-2021
426 Tommy Hannum (Crawford-CAL, Marple Newtown, WC East, Downingtown West, Bayard Rustin, MN) 1985-2019

397 John Linehan (Lower Merion) 1972-2004
388 Doug Bailey (Hempfield HS, Saint Edwards’s-FL), 1993-Present
350 Jef Hewlings (Malvern Prep, Penncrest, Oneonto-NY, Emmaus, Strath Haven, Ridley) 1983-Present
303 Bruce Garcia (Central Bucks East) 2002-Present
300 Doug Ellers (Ridley) 1981-2003

296 Bobby Healy (Salesianum School-DE) 2006-Present
295 Wayne Matsinger (Penncrest) 2000-Present
290 Allen Fitzpatrick (Lawrenceville School-NJ) 2000-2019
286 John Wynne (Episcopal Academy) 1977-1998
284 John McEvoy (Malvern Prep) 2003-2009, 2013-2021
262 Kevin Donnelly (Spring-Ford) 2004-Present
242 Mark D’Ambrogi (Cape Henlopen-DE) 1999-Present
240 JC Valore (St. Augustine Prep-NJ) 2005-Present
239 John Begier (Radnor) 2007-Present
239 Brad DuPont (Tower Hill-DE) 2002-Present
234 Bill Sutphin (Lenape-NJ) 2003-Present
225 Eric Jackson (Avon Grove) 2002-2019
225 Brian Samson (Conestoga) 2001-2014
220 Frank Urso (Garnet Valley) 2009-Present
218 Patrick McDonough (Penn Charter) 2002-Present
214 Pete Duncan (Archmere Academy-DE) 2004-Present
211 David Sowers (Upper Moreland girls, Hatboro-Horsham, Upper Dublin, Harriton boys) 1989-Present
208 Mark Duncan (Shipley School) 2002-2019
201 Dan Dolphin (Allentown Central Catholic) 2008-2021

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Bishop Shanahan’s Jon Heisman earned his 500th win
Archmere Academy’s Pete Duncan (right) claimed his 200th victory

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