Boys Lacrosse

About Nease Boy’s Lacrosse

  • FHSAA Final Four: 2008 & 2009
  • FHSAA Regional Champions: 2008 & 2009
  • FHSAA District VI Champions: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
  • FHSAA District VI Runner-Ups: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
  • North Florida US Lacrosse Academic All Americans
  • 2016: Sr. Ian Areford (G) St. Leo University
  • 2017: Sr. Sean Howard (A) Florida Southern University
  • North Florida US Lacrosse All Americans
  • 2018: Sr. Ashton Wood (M) Mercer Univeristy
  • 2018: Sr. Phil Mylet (A) University of Florida (MCLA)

Contact Information

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Email address: max.gurowski@stjohns.k12.fl.us

Head Coach: Max W. Gurowski

Born and raised in Rochester, New York. Attended Webster Thomas High School and graduated in 2008 as a 3x Divisional Champion, 3x All-County member, 4-year letter winner, and the school’s all-time assist leader. Member of the inaugural Division I Men’s Lacrosse team at Jacksonville University. Helped JU to 17 wins in the program’s first three years, with wins over two NCAA playoff participants, an appearance in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals, and a win over Navy in the Moe’s Southwest Classic. Finished with 56 career points for JU. Graduated in 2015, with a Master’s Degree in Education. Helped lead Nease to a 13-7 Record in 2016 and finished as District VI Runner-Up. Mentored an Academic All-American in Ian Areford, now at St. Leo University. Finished Top 15 in the State according to LaxPower and FLN. Helped lead Nease to a 13-5 Record in 2017 and finished as District VI Runner-Up. Mentored an Academic All-American in Sean Howard, now at Florida Southern University. Finished Top 20 in the State according to LaxPower and FLN. Named 2017 US Lacrosse North Florida Head Coach of the Year. Helped lead Nease to a 10-7 Record in 2018 and finished as District VI Runner-Up. Mentored All-Americans in Ashton Wood, now at Mercer University and Philip Mylet, now at University of Florida. Finished Top 15 in the State according to LaxPower, FLN, and 3d Rising. Currently, at Allen D. Nease High School as a Math Teacher.