Lacrosse - Varsity Boys
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2018 Season Preview:
The Tigers return a strong nucleus which will hopefully lead to a strong season in 2018. Our 2017 record was 8 wins & 9 losses and we hope to build upon our late season success where we won 7 of our last 10 games.
4 captains & 3 season starters include:
Attack - Jayce Lambert
Defense – Duke Lenaghan & Drew Callahan & PJ Garrett.
Jayce Lambert & Duke Lenaghan were 2017 All-ISL lacrosse selections.
Both Drew Callahan & PJ Garrett are 2 sport captains at Thayer and superb athletes on their way to strong collegiate programs in football & hockey.
Other key returning starters include: Jr-Attacker/Judge Murphy, Soph-Middie Peter Kip, Soph-Middie Ryan Bogar, Jr-Goalie/Aidan Gallagher, Sr-FOGO Ian Thompson, Jr-Middie Jack Murphy, Jr-Def Jack Daley, Jr-Def Bo Rinkus, Jr-Def Jay Nolen and Jr-Def/Nick Meucci.
The overall strength lies in the return of 6 experienced defenders as well as a talented group of attackers. Our captain, Jayce Lambert has 175 points with 107 goals /68 assists over the past 3 seasons. He is on pace to challenge the TA scoring records set by Harry Giarusso, (2014), who netted 220 points on 163 goals & 57 assists.
We look forward to challenge that 2018 brings!
Tyler Blaisdell Named Ivy league Player of the Week:
Christopher Broderick named All-NCAC
Tyller Blaisdell Named All-Ivy
|10||Ryan Bogar||midfield||2020||Medfield, MA|
|13||Matthew Bright||LSM||2018||Duxbury, MA|
|24||Drew Callahan||Defense||2018||Rockland, MA|
|19||Thomas Carroll||Midfield||2017||Wrentham, MA|
|20||Christian Ciffolillo||Defense||2017||Canton, MA|
|3-0||John Daley||Defense||2019||Plymouth, MA|
|21||Ryan Farley||Attack||2017||Norwell, MA|
|29||Aidan Gallagher||Goal||2019||Hanover, MA|
|1||Peter Garrett||Def/LSM||2018||Duxbury, MA|
|9||John Geraghty||LSM||2017||Milton, MA|
|18||Tyler Green||Midfield||2017||Bridgewater, MA|
|23||Peter Kip||Attack/Midfield||2020||Needham, MA|
|13||Jayce Lambert||Attack||2018||Norwell, MA|
|11||Brendan Lee||Midfield||2017||Sandwich, MA|
|22||Duke Lenaghan||Defense||2018||Hanover, MA|
|28||Nicholas Meucci||Defense/Goal||2019||Braintree, MA|
|4||H. Judge Murphy||attack||2019||Cohasset, MA|
|26||Elliot Nichols||Defense||2017||Dedham, MA|
|3||Eamon Osmanski||Midfield||2017||Norwell, MA|
|25||Nolan Pizzi||Midfield||2017||Hanover, MA|
|6||Conor Sage||Midfield||2018||Norwell, MA|
|14||Peter Sullivan||Attack||2017||Wellesley, MA|
|27||Ian Thompson||Midfield||2018||Norwood, MA|
Stew CurranHead Coach
In seven seasons as the head coach of Cohasset High School, Curran led the Skippers to three DIII State Championships, two second place finishes, and two semi-final finishes. He was named the South Coach of the Year in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and Globe Coach of the Year in 2009.
In 2014 as Head Coach at Thayer Academy, Curran led the team to its first league championship in the program's 25 year history, ranking #26 in the LaxPower's National Poll.
On the youth level Curran was a founding member and director of Hull's youth lacrosse program in 2001-2006. He also coached for the South Shore Bay State Games from 2002-2005, and was a clinician and team coach with the New England Select Lacrosse from 2004-2007. He is active on the National level as well, named to the League Representatives Committee in 2007 & 2008.
A four year starter at Plymouth State University, Curran was named to the All-New England Team for two seasons. He also played as a member of the Team USA Box Lacrosse team in 1979 & 1980.
Matt RanaghanAssistant Coach
Matt Ranaghan graduated from Hobart College in New York. where he was a member of its D1 Varsity Lacrosse team. While at Hobart he earned Defensive Player of the Year Award during his Senior Season. Most recently he founded and developed Everett's Lacrosse Program. Ranaghan started his teaching and coaching career in Manchester, England. When Matt returned state side, he spent three years at Trinity-Pawling School in NY, where he was the Head Lacrosse Coach, English teacher and Assistant Director of College Placement. After T-P Ranaghan served both as the defensive coordinator for the mens lacrosse and as an assistant soccer coach for Trinity College in Hartford. At Trinity he helped both teams advance to the NCAA Tournament and coached three All-Americans. In high school he was an All-American Lacrosse player, All-State Soccer player, All Conference basketball player and selected at the Main Sunday Telegram Varsity Athlete of the Year.