St. Monica Academy

is accepting applications for head coach of its second-year girls lacrosse program. The small, private school in Montrose launched its lacrosse program last year.

“We have about 50 girls in the high school,” Athletics Director Darren Bradley said. “At our initial lacrosse meeting to determine the interest level, 32 girls showed up. That number was reduced to 18 once people realized the cost, time commitment, etc. I expect at least 18 will be interested in playing on this year’s team.”

Below is the listing Bradley placed on CIFSS.org:

St. Monica Academy Lacrosse is looking for a Varsity Head Coach. Lacrosse is a spring sport, but when possible (maybe once per week), the team will train in the offseason. Experience playing lacrosse is preferred, but detailed knowledge of the game along with excellent communication and interpersonal skills are a must.

“The SMA Girls’ Lacrosse team will be in only its second year. Our first year was highly successful. We competed against much larger schools (Long Beach Poly, La Canada, Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks), beat a number of them, won the first tournament we entered (Birmingham Bash), and finished the season 11-6. The girls are highly enthusiastic about lacrosse and very easy to work with. If interested, please email resume and cover letter to Darren Bradley, St. Monica Academy Athletics Director, at [email protected].”

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