FRAMINGHAM – Framingham High Athletic Director Paul Spear has named Framingham High alumni Jamie Stefanini as the new varsity boys lacrosse coach.
Born and raised in Framingham, Stefanini was the captain of the Framingham High lacrosse team, scoring 94 points in his senior year. He was a Bay State League all-star and a State All-Scholastic as a Flyer.
With encouragement from his wife, Stefanini started coaching lacrosse about 8 years ago, said Spear.
He is currently coaching for the club team, Laxachusetts, and is also the assistant coach at Curry College.
During his coaching career, he has brought an intense passion and outstanding work ethic towards the sport and his team. He is able to motivate the team and monitor overall progress towards lacrosse sports goals, wrote Spear in making the announcement.
Coach Stefanini is grateful for the amazing opportunity to work at his dream job and the school that started it all, said Spear, in his announcement this morning.
He served in the Air Force after 9/11, and graduated from Park University with a degree in business.
Stefanini is general manager of one of the Boston Sports Clubs. He lives in Framingham.