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Jesuit hires new lacrosse coach
Posted Sep 6, 2013 by Jarrett Guthrie
Updated Sep 6, 2013 at 03:21 PM
Jesuit announced Friday that the school has hired Brian Lemon as its new lacrosse coach. Lemon, who played professionally in the National Lacrosse League, has spent the last nine years as the NLL’s Vice President of Operations.
Lemon, 47, is also the founder and Director of Coaching and Player Development for the Fishhawk Coyotes, a youth club program in Lithia.
“We are extremely excited to have Coach Lemon leading Jesuit lacrosse in its quest to become one of the premier programs in Florida,’’ Jesuit athletic director Terry Rupp said. “His background and ability make him an excellent fit for this position. He has an understanding of the mission of Jesuit High School, and the experience and expertise to elevate our lacrosse program.”
Last season Jesuit was the district champion and reached the region semifinals, finishing the season 14-7.