Boyd Buchanan Expands Lacrosse Coaching Staff With Pat Wagner

Monday, July 16, 2018
Pat Wagner
Pat Wagner

Boyd Buchanan Lacrosse program has added to its senior coaching staff with the addition of Pat Wagner. Mr. Wagner and Chris Richardson will coach the high school Lacrosse team, with assistant coach Steve Frost.

Boyd Buchanan Lacrosse began in the middle school with Chris Richardson as head coach.

He led the team to three winning seasons from 2016 to 2018.

“Our Lacrosse program at Boyd Buchanan now includes 3rd - 12th grade student-athletes," said Tommy Brown, athletic director for Boyd Buchanan. “Lacrosse has tremendous potential and with the addition of Pat Wagner in our high school lacrosse program, we look forward to what the season brings.” 

In 2015, Mr. Wagner began his Lacrosse coaching career at Evangelical Christian School. He led the middle school team to a winning record of 12-5 in 2015. He became head coach of the high school in 2016 and won two consecutive state championships (2016 and 2017).

Mr. Wagner played Lacrosse from middle school to college. In high school, he served as the goalie for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Men’s Club Lacrosse team. He went on to briefly play NCAA Div III Lacrosse at Millsaps College for two years.  

Mr. Wagner received his BS in Biology from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He attended Law School at University of Memphis Cecil C Humphreys School of Law and is currently a practicing attorney at Wagner & Weeks, PLLC.


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