Superior names Aaron Anderson first ever boy’s lacrosse coach

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When news broke that Superior high school would be adding boy’s and girl’s lacrosse to their slate of prep sports, the search for head coaches began immediately.

One of two such positions were filled on Monday, as Aaron Anderson was announced as the first ever boy’s lacrosse coach in school history.

“It’s really exciting to see the state and the local school district turning lacrosse into a high school sport. So I’m really looking forward to getting these kids out there and giving them another opportunity to train. It’s a really new sport and I was really excited to see it. I like that it has all kinds of multi-functional things where there is a little physicality to it, a lot of hand-eye coordination,” stated Anderson.

Since 2019, Anderson has coached with the Superior Area Lacrosse inc. and also graduated from Superior senior high school in 1993.

“It’s pretty cool to be a former Spartan athlete here to now be a coach be a coach and now bring up a new program and grow for the future,” added Anderson.

the WIAA has the 2023-2024 school year tabbed as the inaugural season for Wisconsin prep lacrosse.