Notre Dame High School is proud to announce that Andy Bonasera will be the Head Varsity Boys Lacrosse coach for the 2018-2019 season.
Bonasera grew up in Ohio, where he played at Upper Arlington High School in Columbus, Ohio. He earned 1st team All-State Attackman honors and Ohio All-Star honors in 1999.
After high school, Bonasera played lacrosse at Roanoke College in Virginia. At Roanoke, he was a four-time Division III All American Attackman and received Division III First-Team All-American honors in 2003 as well as being Conference Player of the Year.
After his playing career ended, he served as a college assistant coach. Bonasera founded lacrosse programs at Mt. St. Joseph University, Birmingham-Southern College and Cornell College. As Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach at Birmingham-Southern, Bonasera guided the team to 43 wins, 39 losses in 5 seasons with a 20-6 record in conference games over 4 seasons.
“I am thankful to lead the boy’s lacrosse program at Notre Dame High School this school year and to work at such a respected school," Coach Bonasera said. "The Mission League is one of the strongest in the Los Angeles area and it will be exciting for the team to compete for championships and to represent Notre Dame High School on the lacrosse field each spring!”
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