Edison High School has hired Dieter Nemes as its varsity boys lacrosse coach. The announcement was made on Wednesday on Twitter.
— Edison Lacrosse (@EdisonLAX) September 27, 2017
Nemes has taught at Edison since 1994 and also was the Edison Lacrosse Club coach from 2006-2008. In addition, Nemes was also an assistant varsity coach, JV coach and frosh-soph coach for Edison before being named the varsity head coach.
Nemes played football and lacrosse at Northwestern University and was the lacrosse captain from 1982-83.
Nemes takes over for Rich Clayton, who coached the Chargers for three seasons. Last season, Edison went 11-6 overall and 5-3 in the Sunset League, tying with Los Alamitos for second place and falling just short of making the playoffs. The 11 wins were the most wins Edison has had as a CIF sanctioned program.