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Bishop Feehan High School

Attleboro, Massachusetts

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bf lax display case  presentation 2007The Bishop Feehan High School Lacrosse program was established in 2007. Known as the "Shamrocks", the Feehan team is the result of the dedication and drive of hundreds of Feehan athletes who came together to learn and grow the sport for the generations that follow.

In 2010, we said goodbye to the "last of the first" players who helped establish the sport at the school. The spring of 2011 brought the "first of the future" as we marked our first official year as a fully-fledged Varsity program.

As with those who've come before them, we know that those playing for future teams will work hard to uphold the spirit and principles upon which the program was initiated. We continue to have a high number of athletes who have never played the sport before go out for the team. We admire their willingness to take a risk and learn something new and hope that they come to share the same passion for the sport as those who played in our early years.

Our stats

Year

Description

2015

  • Playing in their fifth year as a Varsity program, ended the regular season with a 6-0 in-league conference record, and finished the season as Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) champions.

With an overall 17-1 in-season record, the team headed to the post-season MIAA tournament for the third time. After defeating Oliver Ames 16-4 in their first game, the Shamrocks lost to Framingham in the East D1, MIAA Championship quarterfinal game, 11-17. They finished with an overall season record of 18-2.

In-Season Record: 17 wins, 1 loss

* 2015 Eastern Athletic Conference Champions

* Winner of MIAA Girls 2015 Community Service Award

2014

  • Building on their fourth year as a Varsity program, ended the regular season with a 5-0-1 in-league conference record, and finished the season as Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) champions.

With an overall 15-1-1 in-season record, the team headed to the post-season MIAA tournament for the second time. Losing to Newton North 9-13 in the tournament game gave them an overall season record of 15-2-1.

In-Season Record: 15 wins, 2 losses, 1 tie

* 2014 Eastern Athletic Conference Champions

* Winner of MIAA Girls 2014 Lacrosse Division I Team Sportsmanship Award

* Finalist for the MIAA 2014 Community Service Award

2013

  • As a third-year Varsity program, achieved a 5-1 in-league record, and finished the season as Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) champions. Ending with an overall 14-4 season record, the team headed to the post-season MIAA tournament for the first time ever where they played strong before dropping to Marshfield 14-16.

In-Season Record: 14 wins, 4 losses

* 2013 Eastern Athletic Conference Champions

* Winner of the 2013 Friends of Jacyln (FOJ) Community Spirit Award

* Finalist for the MIAA 2013 Community Service Award

2012

  • Expanded game schedule, facing additional highly-ranked competitors.

Record: 6 wins, 11 losses, 1 tie

* Winner of the National Council of Youth Sports (NCYS) 2012 STRIVE Organization of the Year Award

2011

  • Officially a Varsity program playing both a Varsity and JV schedule.

Record: 7 wins, 9 losses

* Finalist for the MIAA 2011 Community Service Award

2010

  • Still a club team playing a Varsity and JV schedule.

Record: 7 wins, 9 losses

2009

  • Tryouts for a Varsity team and a JV team were held for the first time.
  • Still a club team playing a Varsity and JV schedule.

Record: 5 wins, 1 tie, 9 losses

2008

  • 105 girls registered.
  • The number was reduced to 60 half way through the season (Had a Division II team for the first half of the season and then had cuts. Those who made it through the cuts went on to play Division I.)
  • Though still a club team, the school played a Varsity and JV schedule.

Record: 2 wins, 11 losses

2007

  • 87 girls registered.
  • The team played high school teams and U15 teams in the area who were willing to play us.

Season focus was on internal games of 6 "color teams".

Feehan Lacrosse Videos

The early years

2007

The year it all began.

video pic 2007

video pic 2008, Division II

2008, Division II

One season, divided in two. The interest was high.


2008, Division I

One season, divided in two. With numbers reduced, those remaining carried on.

video pic 2008, Division I

video pic 2009

2009

Our skill sets were building.


2010

Saying goodbye to the last of the first.

video pic 2010
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