The Hebron Academy boys' varsity lacrosse program seeks to provide student-athletes with a structure for individual skill development, team-centered concepts and assistance with the college placement process. Hebron Academy has a solid track record of player advancement to all levels of college lacrosse.
The Lumberjacks play a highly competitive schedule, with a mix of MAISAD (Maine) and Lakes Region (New Hampshire) NEPSAC opponents. The team has won the MAISAD championship five times in the last six years. In addition, they have been selected in six of the last ten years to participate in the McCoy Cup, an end-of- season tournament for New England small school lacrosse programs, winning the tournament in 2014.
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This will be Mr. Brooks third year coaching the Boys Varsity Lacrosse program here at Hebron. He comes from a long line of lacrosse players in his family, and as a result, started playing at the age of 6. He played his high school years at Salisbury School in Connecticut, and after that played for Colby College. There he earned NESCAC Rookie of the year and All NESCAC honors and was elected to the Division III North vs. South 2009 All-Star game.
After college, he had a “cup of coffee” with the Boston Cannons, but ultimately traded my cleats in for a clipboard and began his coaching career. He has worked with a number of club and high school programs over the years including 3 D New England, 4 Leaf Lacrosse Club, and Groton School.
He is really excited for the program this year given the enthusiasm and number of students coming out this spring. Looking forward to a productive and fun season!
This will be Mr. Gautier's first year assistant coaching the Boys Varsity Lacrosse program at Hebron Academy. He first discovered lacrosse his sophomore year at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts and eventually made his way onto the varsity team his senior year. It has been quite a while since he picked up my stick, but he couldn’t be more excited to get back onto the field and foster in our players the passion for lacrosse that he myself discovered when he was their age. He is looking forward to what our team will accomplish collectively and as individuals.