Reppert Named Head Coach at San Clemente has learned that San Clemente High School has officially named Brad Reppert as its boys varsity head lacrosse coach. Reppert takes over for Mike Hutnick, who resigned in September after two seasons. Reppert will be the school’s third head coach in team history; Glen Miles was the first coach when the program started in 2008. Below is the official release:

Brad Reppert has been named the new head coach for the San Clemente Boys Lacrosse program. Reppert is from Lutherville, Md., and has a rich and accomplished lacrosse background. Reppert was a team captain and an All-American attackman at Towson University. He led the team in points scored for three years, is 9th in career scoring, and was named to Towson University’s list of Top 50 All-Time Best Players. After college he played professionally in the MLL & NLL.

Reppert has been coaching in Southern California since 2003 and previously was head coach at both Santa Margarita Catholic High School and Beckman High School. He takes over at San Clemente High School where the team was the 2014 South Coast League Champions and advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division I Semifinals where they lost to eventual-Foothill. That team finished ranked #4 in Lax Power and CIF Southern Section (OC & LA).


New San Clemente HS head coach Brad Reppert most recently was head coach at Santa Margarita.
New San Clemente HS head coach Brad Reppert most recently was head coach at Santa Margarita from 2012-2013.


“We’re extremely pleased to have Brad Reppert as our new Boys Lacrosse Head Coach,” said John Hamro, Athletic Director, San Clemente High School. “San Clemente High School Boys’ Lacrosse has been one of the top programs in all of Southern California and we are confident that Coach Reppert will continue and even elevate that success both on and off the field.” reached out to Coach Reppert for his comment:

“San Clemente is a well-established lacrosse tradition and I’m very excited for the opportunity,” said Reppert, who compiled an 18-20 record while at Santa Margarita in 2012 and 2013. He guided the Eagles to the Orange County Semifinals in 2012 where they ironically lost 12-11 in OT to San Clemente. “I’m looking forward to getting to know the parents and players and hope to provide a positive experience for everyone.”

The Tritons return a number of top players from last year’s semifinalist team including Third Team All-Orange County honorees Jack Renard (attack, senior) and Caleb Bozarth (defense, junior) as well as First Team All-South Coast League defenseman Max Lepley (senior) and Second Team All-South Coast League goalkeeper Austin Boyer (junior).

– staff report