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2014 North District Coach of the Year
This award honors those coaches who exemplify the ideals of the game within the THSLL.
This award is intended to recognize the individuals overall coaching performance and contribution.

Kevin Barnicle, Greenhill

2014 North District Assistant Coach of the Year

This award honors those coaches who exemplify the ideals of the game within the THSLL.

Jonathan Reeder, Episcopal School of Dallas

2014 North District Person of the Year

THSLL Person of the Year award honoree whose individual whose dedication, commitment, and support of lacrosse and its ideals extends beyond his/her specific Member Team.

Nancy Powers

Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse Coach and Grades 7-12 Program Director

Fort Worth Country Day, an independent K-12 college-preparatory school located in southwest Fort Worth, Texas, is in search of a varsity boys’ lacrosse coach and grades 7-12 program director to oversee instruction of student-athletes on a variety of completive teams. Students who comprise the teams practice daily on the FWCD campus after school ends during the spring sports season, and the teams compete in after-school contests approximately twice a week at various locations in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

 

The person filling this position is expected to provide expert technical, strategic and competitive instruction to both beginning and experienced student-athletes. The ideal candidate will also understand and embrace the School’s core values (integrity, kindness, courage, respect, responsibility and scholarship) and positive community relationships that define the Fort Worth Country Day culture.

 Pay is commensurate with experience and knowledge. Resumes should be directed to Fort Worth Country Day Office of Human Resources, 4200 Country Day Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76107; Attention: Frank Gendusa, Athletic Director. 



1) Four teams will be eligible for the DII post season regional playoffs. The winner of each regional playoff will proceed to the State Championship.

2) The top 4 teams from each region in the North District, East and West, are eligible for post season play to be played on Monday, April 21 following the end of season, as follows. Seeding will be determined as in past years based on the guidelines in the THSLL Rulebook. The top seeds (Seed 1 and Seed 2) from each region will be the home/host team.

Game 1 - East #4 seed v. West #1 seed
Game 2 - West #4 seed v. East #1 seed
Game 3 - East #3 seed v. West #2 seed
Game 4 - West #3 seed v. East #2 seed

3) The winners of these 4 games qualify for Regional Playoffs the following weekend.

4) In order to determine seeding of these 4 teams for the Regional Playoffs, the coaches from the 8 qualifying teams will determine the district rankings at the scheduled post-season coaches meeting on Saturday, April 19. Each of the 8 coaches will rank those teams 1 through 8 at the Saturday meeting. Votes will be tallied to determine the seedings for the following weekend. Once the Monday games are complete, we will immediately know seedings and in which regional each team will be playing.