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McNeil High School (Round Rock ISD) Boys' Lacrosse Assistant Coach Vacancy

McNeil High School Boys’ Lacrosse is hiring a Varsity Assistant Coach.

Available: August 2014.
Deadline: Until filled.
Position Description:
McNeil High School is a public school and one of four RRISD High Schools to offer club lacrosse. The school is in the 6A Texas district with enrollment being around 2400 students. McNeil is accepting applications for a boys' Assistant Lacrosse Coach.

This is a coaching-only position. The Assistant Coach is responsible for working with the head coach of the varsity team and assisting with the JV team as needed. This Coach also helps communicate with the middle school feeder programs. Coaching stipends are competitive and dependent upon experience.. McNeil has good facilities and administrative support.

*College level playing experience requested.. Previous coaching experience preferred.

Please send resumes to: Scott Aubin, McNeil Lacrosse Head Coach, e-mail:; Phone: 512-771-5584 or TJ Bass, Lacrosse Board President at

Team web site:

Dripping Springs High School (Dripping Springs, TX)

Boys' Head/Asst. Coach

(Varsity/JV).  Available: Immediately.  Deadline: August 15, 2014. 

Dripping Springs High School lacrosse will compete in the THSLL Central D2 for the 2014-2015 season before moving to Central D1 in 2015-2016. DSHS is seeking qualified coaches for multiple varsity and JV positions.

The varsity squad is returning 20+ players from last season, in which they finished 9-9 including an overtime loss in the district semifinals and a state playoff birth before losing to state runner-up and defending champion Flower Mound. The JV is coming off a 10-0-1 season with an additional 17 rising freshman expected to join the roster this season.


Varsity - Offensive Coordinator

Varsity - Defensive Coordinator

JV - Head Coach

JV - Assistant (two positions available)

The #1 goal for this season is to compete for a state championship. In order to attain it, players and coaches must be committed 100% to the process. Qualified coaches must have a positive attitude, high lacrosse IQ, and an ability to connect and work with high school athletes.

Fall practices will be held twice a week beginning in October and Spring practices will be held 3-4 times a week after 5pm on the DSHS turf field. Games will on Saturday with the occasional week night game.

Coaches will also be responsible for helping scout opponents as well as with film study. Some travel will be necessary but paid for by the lacrosse club.

JV head coach - There is a possibility of having two JV teams this season. The JV head coach will be responsible for both teams with the help of his two assistants and the guidance of the head varsity coach. This position is crucial to the future development of our program.

Please contact us and let us know which position(s) you are interested in. Please include a general resume along with a lacrosse specific resume.  Salary: Negotiable based on experience.  Appointment: Part-Time, 9 months.

Contact for information: Bill Cafferata, Head Coach.  

Phone: (512) 230-4497

Lake Travis High School, Austin, Texas

Positions available:

Varsity Assistant Coaches

JV Head Coach

JV Assistant Coach

Lake Travis High School is the only high school in the LTISD. Lake Travis is known for excellent academics, athletic programs, and facilities. Currently Lake Travis has approximately 2400 students and is growing every day. The high school lacrosse program is supported by a strong youth program where all the players are feeds into the high school and an executive board who strives to support the coaches and players with their needs to develop a competitive program.

The high school team will be beginning its 8th year  and third season in THSLL Central Division I. There are approximately 50 players with a JV and Varsity squad. Our head coach is a teacher at the high school which allows him to have constant communication with the school district and players.

Lake Travis is looking for coaches with playing and/or coaching experience who desire to create not just athletes, but young men with character, integrity and respect. Our players and coaches are expected to be exemplary stewards of our program.

Responsibilities include:

Planning and implementing practices and game strategies

Communicating with players and parents

Working with the head coach to develop a cohesive program

For information please contact John Maggio, President Lake Travis Lacrosse. 512.750.0888 or