Brother Rice Names Ajay Chawla '93 as Head Lacrosse Coach

Part of the culture in Brother Rice lacrosse is to grow the game and give back to the community. Because of this there are a number of Brother Rice grads making The Warrior Difference in their communities. Cavender continued "We have many great Alumni that are successful coaches and we are proud of all of them. We have guys coaching at the NCAA D1 level like Karl Zimmerman ('05) and Graham Adams ('08). Mike Cahill ('92) is a great teacher and coach in Farmington and Chris Cote ('86) just coached Snohomish High School to the Washington State Title in 2012. Steven McNulty ('85) has been a leader in youth lacrosse for years and Brendan Robinson ('96) has been a Champion CYO coach at St Hugo for 15 years. We even have competitors in guys like Brian Kaminskas ('92) who was the 2012 Michigan Coach of the Year for what he's done up in Clarkston."

Chawla will start working on assembling his 2014 staff immediately and there is one coach he can't live without. Said coach Chawla "Mike Walker ('92) will continue to be the Varsity B Coach and assist me on the direction of the program. Mike has been a teammate and one of my best friends since 1989. He's been a guiding force for Brother Rice Lacrosse for years and I can't imagine this program's success will continue without his support." He said "Just because Rob's gone the expectations won't change. The boys are the ones that set the programs goals. Mike and I are here to make sure they have the support to reach them."

Brother Rice is a Catholic, college preparatory school for young men. Inspired by the Essential Elements of a Christian Brother Education, the school fosters the spiritual, intellectual, cultural and physical development of its students. The Brother Rice Community promotes excellence through an environment conducive to life-long personal growth, responsible moral choices and critical thinking.

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2013-07-23



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