Blue Star believes that the strongest asset we have is our large network of incredibly talented coaches and players. This network reaches far beyond our four directors - to professional Canadian box lacrosse coaches, professional (MLL/NLL) guest coaches, current college players, and volunteer coaches. Our staff of veteran high school coaches has a combined 140+ years of coaching experience that is unmatched in New Jersey.
Head Varsity Coach, Lenape High School
Division Titles in '10, '12, '16
3x US Lacrosse South Jersey Coach of the Year
2x Burlington County Times Coach of the Year
2x Courier Post Coach of the Year
1x Philly Lacrosse Coach of the Year
Offensive Coordinator, The Hun School of Princeton
4 MAPL State Championships @ Hun ('15, '16, '18, '19)
3 Prep A State Championships @ Hun ('15, 18, '19)
3 State Championships @ Gilman School ('98, '00, '09)
Yale University - 2x 2nd Team All-American
2018 National Champion
2018 Ivy League Rookie of the Year
The Hun School of Princeton
Assistant Varsity Coach, Lenape HS 2014-2018
Widener University Class of 2014
Lenape HS '10
Assistant Coach, Seneca High School
US Lacrosse Assistant Coach of the Year 2014
Head Coach, Cardinal Dougherty
Head of Marlton Chiefs Lacrosse
Assistant Coach, Haddonfield HS
President - South Jersey Youth Lacrosse
Growing up in Orillia, Ontario, Coach Wiles attended the University of Delaware.
Growing up in Kamloops, British Columbia, Coach Turner is an experienced Coach and Lacrosse Player.
Email Coach Hopper, Bryanhopper@Bluestarlacrosse.com
Hailing from Barrie, Ontaria, Coach MacArthur is currently the general manager of the Brooklin Redmen (Senior A). Additionally, he is the head coach of two box lacrosse programs: Team Israel (international) , and the Clarington Green Gaels (juniors). Prior to Coaching, he played in the NLL for seven seasons. He has coached the likes of Mark Matthews and is highly respected throughout the box lacrosse world. He will teach players the correct way to play indoor lacrosse which will have a tremendous impact on their field game!
Coach Poore attended Westfield State University where she studied and became certified as an athletic trainer. Upon graduating, she then attended University of Massachusetts Amherst where she received her Master's of Science in Kinesiology. For the next three years, she worked as an athletic trainer at Amherst College. She currently resides in Princeton and works as the assistant strength and conditioning coach and a science teacher at Hun.