New sheriff in charge of Moeller High School lacrosse

Then-Loveland lacrosse coach Mark Lynch (orange shirt) gathers his Tigers up at a practice.

KENWOOD -Mark Lynch, a member of Moeller’s Class of 1997 has been named  Moeller High School’s head lacrosse coach.

From his years coaching, creating, and expanding lacrosse programs, both in Texas and Ohio, Lynch provides an extensive background in lacrosse. Most impressive, Lynch served in the U.S Army as an 82nd Airborne paratrooper and was deployed to Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.   

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Lynch’s coaching career began in 2003. He is credited with building successful lacrosse programs at both Loveland and Milford High Schools. His tenure at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy includes guiding the team from a seven-win season in his first year to a program-best 14-win season.

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He also led the team to its first conference championship in 2021. Coach Lynch was named Division II Region Coach of the Year in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021.  

Lynch was formerly a Crusader player.

Then-Moeller goalie Mark Lynch stops a shot during practice at Sharon road park in Sharonville .

“I’m humbled by the opportunity to return home to Moeller. I’m excited to continue the legacy of Tom Kennedy and build on the success and dedication that has been fostered in the lacrosse program. Coach Kennedy had such a significant impact on my life – I hope I can do the same and be a positive influence on the young men of Moeller,” said Lynch.

Lynch lives in Milford with his wife, Sarah, and three children. 

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