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Varsity 2022

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2022 Alumni Game

Thank you to all the past and present MGHS lacrosse players for attending our alumni game this year!

Fall HS Lacrosse Camp

Dates: September 11th-October 30th

Time: 6:00-7:30pm

Location: MGHS Stadium

Cost: $150.00


Crimson Welcome New Head Coach: Kyle Ficken

Kyle grew up in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota where he attended Osseo Senior High School (cl. 2006) and was a member of the varsity hockey and lacrosse teams. After graduating from Osseo, Kyle moved on to play his collegiate lacrosse at Lees-McRae College (NCAA DII) in Banner Elk, North Carolina. While playing both midfield and attack for the Bobcats, he was a two-time captain, and All-Conference Carolinas in 2008. Academically, he holds Bachelor’s degrees in Finance and Marketing from the business school at Lees-McRae.

Kyle has been involved in the lacrosse world in Minnesota since 2014, starting out with True Lacrosse MN and Team Minnesota. The past 8 years he has been the head coach at Rogers High School in Rogers, Minnesota holding an overall record of 79-33 during his time with the Royals. He is extremely excited to be coming to the Maple Grove family and for the opportunity to continue his coaching experience.

Off the field/sidelines, you can find Kyle either on the golf course, or doing something outdoors. As an avid outdoorsman, he enjoys fishing, hunting and being in the woods. Kyle sees coaching for Maple Grove as an incredible opportunity and is ready to hit the ground running. Past coaches and players have elevated Maple Grove to a very high level, and he is ready to continue to push in the right direction. “I am privileged to be coming into such a great program with the tradition and culture to take it to new heights. I am beyond excited to get to work with this great group of young men and the community to keep moving the program forward. I am grateful for the past opportunities and thank all those who have helped me along the way. Go, Crimson!”