Brother Rice High School has announced Danny Lawler as the new head coach of its Lacrosse program. No stranger to the lacrosse scene on the southside, Lawler played at St. Rita before attending Bendictine University, where he played all four years, two as captain. As a defenseman, he helped the Eagles win the NACC conference championship in 2021. Lawler has also coached many different club programs, including 1223, True Lacrosse, and East Ave. After graduating from Benedictine, he helped coach at the university for a semester, and he currently coaches at Four Star Lacrosse and Beverly Lacrosse.

“I want Brother Rice to be where kids want to come play lacrosse on the southside,” says Lawler. “I am very eager to take on the role of head coach for Brother Rice Lacrosse this year! I’m looking forward to getting to know all the players and taking this program to the next level.”

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