Dublin School, a coed private school in southern New Hampshire, recently got new Nike Hypercool game uniforms and Cascade Pro7′s. In the pictures below, senior captain, DJ Fowler, shows off the team’s new gear. Carlos Trujillo from Eastbay.com works closely with Dublin to provide them with the latest Nike gear for practices and games.
Lacrosse at the Dublin School began in the 1970’s and has grown to become one of the most popular and well-attended sports at the school. The program emphasizes understanding of the game, importance of preparation, and knowledge of strong team dynamics. Energetic, enthusiastic, respectful, and tireless are the characteristics that define Dublin players and coaches alike. Playing and practicing on a gorgeous field beneath Mount Monadnock, the team has an inspiring and unique setting to compete and enjoy the game of lacrosse.
John Adams, a lacrosse captain at both The Loomis Chaffee School and Bates College, came to Dublin in 2011 as Head Coach. Speaking about his program Coach Adams stated, “It is extremely exciting to work with this team and to continue the journey toward building a strong lacrosse program full of great young student-athletes.” Assistant Coach L.P. Runyon (Dublin ’88) accompanies Coach Adams on the sideline. Coach Runyon was a former Wildcat lacrosse player and was a member of some of Dublin’s most successful teams.
If you are interested in learning more about Dublin School Boys’ Lacrosse, please contact Coach John Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out the team’s facebook page, www.facebook.com/DublinLacrosse1935.