2017 Season Record: 11-8

NEC All-Conference: Michael Daras, Cole Johnson
NEC All-Star: RJ Capodilupo, Colby Holland, Bruno Abbatessa
NEC Sportsman of the year: RJ Capodilupo
NEC Coach of the Year: Tim Murphy
All-American: Cole Johnson

Program Overview

There are two levels of boys lacrosse teams at Danvers High School: varsity and junior varsity. Our boys lacrosse program is overwhelmed with talented athletes, which creates for a competitive selection process in the spring. Each team practices daily and has a full schedule of games. Within the Northeastern Conference, our lacrosse teams face off against schools in the surrounding area such as Beverly, Gloucester, North Reading, Peabody and Salem to name a few.

Our boys lacrosse team hosts its home match ups at Morase Field at Dr. Deering Stadium.  The program is strongly supported by the community, and all games throughout the season are well-attended. Under the direction of head coach Tim Murphy our boys are given a strong foundation in the fundamentals in lacrosse, which develops into more advanced strategies and tactics throughout the season. Our entire coaching staff seeks to improve the skills of our lacrosse players, while emphasizing the importance of character, leadership and commitment. The Danvers High School lacrosse program seeks to instill values into its players that stretch far beyond the playing field. We hope that our boys leave the high school lacrosse program not only as more developed players, but also as matured individuals who value teamwork and dedication.

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Coach Info

Varsity Head Coach – Tim Murphy       falcons.lacrosse@gmail.com     978-777-8925  ex. 2255

Head coach Tim Murphy brings years of experience to the boys varsity lacrosse team. Prior to coaching at Danvers, Murphy coached three seasons of boys varsity lacrosse at Westford Academy. He also boasts an impressive playing career; Murphy played four years of lacrosse at Masconomet Regional High School, then brought his talents to the University of New Hampshire for another four years of play. Murphy is a special education teacher at DHS.  He pushes our boys to become top competitors within the Northeastern Conference, emphasizing the philosophy: “If it is important to you, you will find a way. If not, you’ll find an excuse.”

JV Coach – Theo Hatzelamprou