Boys Lacrosse Coaches
Varsity Co-Head Coach
BA, MEd University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Spencer Fetrow has been a part of the George School lacrosse program since 2017 and became a head lacrosse coach, along with Brendan Mahon beginning with the 2018 season. He was an All-Region goalie at York Suburban High School in York, PA. Spencer has 13 years of coaching experience including stints at Amherst High School is MA & Dublin School in NH. He recently earned his Level 3 certification through US Lacrosse.
Varsity Co-Head Coach
BA, MEd Rutgers University
Brendan Mahon became a head lacrosse coach at George School, along with Spencer Fetrow beginning with the 2018 season. He played varsity lacrosse at Westtown School in PA. Brendan coached lacrosse previously at Hunterdon Central in NJ. In addition, he was a coach in the boys' soccer program for 11 years, culminating with the program capturing their first Group 4 state championship in 2016. Brendan recently earned his Level 3 certification through US Lacrosse.
Assistant Varsity Coach
Quentin Bailey has been an assistant with the George School
lacrosse program since 2018. He was a starting midfielder at Hastings High School in Hastings, NY. He also played Division 1 collegiate football at Elon University. Quentin has been coaching and training athletes for 5 years now and recently earned his Level 1 certification through US lacrosse.
Junior Varsity Head Coach
Hunter Euler ’88
Junior Varsity Assistant Coach
Hunter Euler ’88 played 3 seasons of lacrosse at George School. His prior coaching experience is with the SEPLA North Penn Youth Lacrosse program where he has coached teams from K-8th grade for 8 years. He joined the George School lacrosse program in 2018 as a JV assistant coach. Hunter is a US Lacrosse certified, Level 1 coach.
Coaching Staff Philosophy
A fundamental aspect of our coaching philosophy in the boys’ lacrosse program at George School is to support and instill a growth mindset. In order to support that growth, we encourage our student-athletes to challenge themselves mentally and physically by participating in fall or winter sports in preparation for our spring season. In addition to that, we provide off-season strength & conditioning as well as evening or weekend clinic times to come together as a team and practice fundamentals or conditioning. A more informal opportunity for growth occurs when our student-athletes “check-out” the bucket of balls we provide and go out to our turf field to practice shooting or passing. These are just a few of the ways we try to support our student-athletes to reach their maximum potential but we also are working with them year-round to support their growth as young men who can be leaders and role models in the community and after they leave George School. A big part of that growth as young men is helping them to understand the importance of team unity, clear communication, as well as the passion for the game which allows them to work hard each day to improve. As a coaching staff, we strive to model that desire for growth, respect for the game, and integrity on and off the field.