Coach Dylan Sheridan '02 selected to coach in All-America Senior Game
Ben Dehmlow

Sheridan, a WRA alum and Head Coach of Boys Lacrosse, was chosen to lead the Boys North team on July 30th in the All-America game.

On July 30, elite lacrosse players from across the country will gather at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Field for the 17th annual All-America Lacrosse Senior Game.

Corrigan Sports announced on Tuesday the coaches who will lead the North and South squads, and WRA is proud to share that there was a familiar name on the list: Dylan Sheridan '02.

Sheridan, who recently completed his second year as Head Coach of WRA Boys Lacrosse, will serve as the Head Coach of the Boys North team.

Along with coaches John Paul and Dallas Hartley, he will lead a roster of talented players committed to NCAA DI programs that include Virginia, Georgetown, Duke, UNC, Syracuse, Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame and more. Paul was the former head coach at the University of Michigan and Hartley currently leads the lacrosse program at Chapman University.

The honor of being selected as a head coach for the All-America Senior Game adds to a remarkable run in 2022 for Sheridan, who was named MSLA Coach of the Year. This spring, WRA compiled a 15-3 regular season record under Sheridan's leadership and 3 Pioneers were named USA All-Americans.

The players selected for the All-America Senior Game were announced throughout the spring, and as details finalize for the upcoming clash of North and South, anticipation will be stirring in Baltimore.

The game will begin at 8:00pm on Saturday, July 30 and will be aired on ESPNU.