Boys Varsity Lacrosse · Lacrosse Honors Coach Fritz’s 25 Years.

This past Friday night, the boys lacrosse program and athletic department were able to honor Head Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach, Jeff Fritz for his 25 years at Winston Churchill High School. During Coach Fritz’s 25 years, he has won over 250 games while impacting the lives of hundreds of Bulldog athletes. A nice tribute was put together by the lacrosse parents and athletics department that featured honoring Coach with a plaque and a paver to be placed in the stadium. Dr. Joan Benz then shared with all attendance how much Coach Fritz has meant to this school, the community, and herself. We are so very lucky to have Coach Fritz on staff and are extremely grateful for all that he does for our student athletes. Thank you Coach Fritz & we’re expecting to have you around for another 25 years!


Coach Fritz Bio:

*Coach Fritz started his lacrosse career playing at Seneca Valley High School, and then went on to play intercollegiate club lacrosse at Frostburg State University.

*Coach Fritz was selected as the head coach of the boys lacrosse team at Churchill High School beginning with the 1994 season. Over the course of his 25 years of coaching lacrosse at Churchill, Coach Fritz has coached more than 400 student-athletes and has built the boys lacrosse program into one of the top teams in the state.  He led the program through acquiring varsity status in 1997, and the addition of JV lacrosse in 2008, and has been selected as Coach of the Year five times during his coaching career.

*Coach Fritz, along with the expertise and talent of his assistant coaches and players, has earned 266 wins (and counting), 6 Regional Championships, 6 State Semifinal appearances and 2 State Championship appearances.  He also holds the record for the most wins for a boys lacrosse program within public schools in MD, and ranks 9th among boys lacrosse coaches in public and private schools in MD.

*As both a Coach and a teacher, Coach Fritz is dedicated and committed to coaching more than just the game of lacrosse to his players, and preaches and lives by his “Family First” philosophy.  He has been supported both on and off the field over the years by his wife, Julie, 4 children, Jamie, Jason, Jackson & Jordyn and his parents, Dave and Ruth.