Boys' Lacrosse

The GSB Boys' Lacrosse team has quickly cemented itself as one of the most formidable young programs in the state of New Jersey.

After becoming a varsity team in 2016, the Knights have quickly gained a strong reputation in the Skyland Conference, Somerset County, and Non-Public B rankings. The program boasts two Non-Public B State Championship (2023, 2024), Prep B State Championship (2024), and has had numerous players receive All-Conference and All-State selections before continuing their careers at the collegiate level. 

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Levels:
Varsity, Junior Varsity, MS 7-8

Head Coach:
Byron Collins

Conference/affiliations/tournaments:
Skyland Conference, NJISAA- Prep B Championships, and Somerset County Interscholastic Athletic Association

Starting Date:
Mid-March

Approximate ending date:
End of May 

Game Sites:
GSB Turf Field

Coach Collins

Byron Collins has led the GSB Boys' Lacrosse program since 2017. With an extensive background coaching travel, high-school and collegiate programs for over 20 years, Coach Collins' knowledge and passion for lacrosse have been essential for the team's meteoric rise.

Collins coaching resume includes successful stints at Rutgers University, Penn State, and the University of Delaware. As a head coach, he posted an overall record of 120-57 and helped lead his teams to the NCAA tournament eight times.

At the Division III level, Collins saw immense success while coaching at Stevens Institute of Technology. Over a ten year stretch, his program won 108 games and qualified for the NCAA Tournament six times, advancing to the tournament's second round in 2005 and 2006 and to the quarterfinals in 2004. The 2005 team finished the season ranked 10th in the nation. The Ducks also captured the ECAC Metro Championships in 2007 and 2009.

The longtime coach also worked for two years at the high school level, leading Detroit Country Day to consecutive Division II State Championship appearances from 2011-12, capturing the state crown in 2011. Collins graduated from Whittier College in 1993 with a degree in business administration. As a standout midfielder, he helped the Poets to three straight West Coast Lacrosse League Championships.

 

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