GA boys' lacrosse coach resigns

Posted: May 24, 2012

David Martin, Germantown Academy boys' lacrosse coach, has stepped down after eight seasons, the school announced Wednesday.

Martin, who will remain at the school in the physical education department and as coed golf coach, resigned with a record of 89-71 at the Fort Washington school. He led the Patriots to a 10-10 record (4-6 Inter-Ac League) in his final season.

"It is just my time to step aside," Martin said in a statement released by GA. "I have been coaching lacrosse for more than 35 years, and I feel like this is the right time to step aside and let someone else take over."

Assistant coach Brian Grady has been named interim head coach while the school conducts a search for a new head coach.

GA's season ended last week when it fell to Lawrenceville in the quarterfinals of the Inter-Ac Invitational tournament.


Contact Evan Burgos at rallysports@phillynews.com.

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