Aliso Niguel High School is proud to announce the hiring of Adam Marshall as its new varsity head coach.
Coach Marshall grew up in Herndon, Va., where he played lacrosse for Herndon High School. He went on to play for then NCAA Division I Radford University, then transferred to Mary Washington University when Radford discontinued its program.
Upon graduation, Coach Marshall moved to Phoenix, Ariz., and ran the lacrosse program for Desert Mountain High School. His high school coaching success led him to Grand Canyon University, where he led the lacrosse program into NCAA Division II.
Coach Marshall then moved on to pursue an opportunity in Germany to run and develop lacrosse on a national level. He experienced success, winning the German national championship in 2012. He also was on the coaching staff for the Turkish National Team in the World Games 2014.
Coach Marshall is excited to help the continued growth of lacrosse in southern California while also enjoying all of the benefits of living on the West Coast.
— Channing Lindsay, Aliso Niguel Lacrosse