MENLO SCHOOL • SINCE 1915

Upper School

Lacrosse - Boys Varsity

About the Team

A pioneering school in Bay Area lacrosse, Menlo boys’ lacrosse plays in the top-tier West Catholic Athletic League.

Menlo made its debut in the Central Coast Section playoffs after a rigorous league schedule.  Seven of the 12 CCS teams hailed from the WCAL. The Knights finished third with a 5-2 league mark and earned an opening-round bye before falling in the CCS quarterfinals.

From 2014-2017, the team reached the finals of the PAL playoffs in each of its first six years of existence and won three championship titles 2004-2006. The Knights competed in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League in 2010 and promptly won two titles in 2010 and 2011.

Boys’ lacrosse is one of the most popular athletic programs offered at Menlo School and consistently finishes near the top of the CCS academic team competition.

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The Coach

Coach Blake Kim

Blake Kim (Seventh Season)

Kim brings more than 30 years of lacrosse experience - as a player and coach to Menlo. He served as head coach for two seasons at Sacred Heart Prep, and directed the Gators to a 29-9 record in 2011 and 2012 before leaving to focus on his full-time job at a lacrosse manufacturing company in Santa Cruz County. In 2011, he was named the U.S. Lacrosse High School Coach of the Year for Northern California. He has been coaching with Firehawks Lacrosse in various capacities - as a head coach or assistant coach - since 2010. His international experience spans from his playing days to the present. He was a member of the Korean National Lacrosse team at the World Championships in 2002, and has a coached at numerous camps and clinics worldwide. Kim was inducted into the University at Albany (New York) Athletic Hall of Fame where he was a team captain as a senior. Kim holds his bachelors in Biological Sciences from University of Albany and his masters in Medical and Science Illustration from Johns Hopkins.

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Honors & Awards

State Champions

2001 - Division II

League Champions

2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2015

CCS Scholastic Champions

2017

Lacrosse News

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Coaches

Head coach: Blake Kim
Assistant coaches: Cort Kim, Patrick Lorian

Boys’ lacrosse

State Champions

2001 - Division II 

League champions

2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2015

CCS Scholastic Champions

2017

About the Team

A pioneering school in Bay Area lacrosse, Menlo boys’ lacrosse plays in the top-tier West Catholic Athletic League.

Menlo held a 19-5 record in league play from 2014-2017. The team reached the finals of the PAL playoffs in each of its first six years of existence and won three championship titles 2004-2006. The Knights competed in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League in 2010 and promptly won two titles in 2010 and 2011.

Boys’ lacrosse is one of the most popular athletic programs offered at Menlo School and consistently finishes near the top of the CCS academic team competition.

About the Coach

Blake Kim (sixth season)

Kim brings more than 30 years of lacrosse experience - as a player and coach to Menlo. He served as head coach for two seasons at Sacred Heart Prep, and directed the Gators to a 29-9 record in 2011 and 2012 before leaving to focus on his full-time job at a lacrosse manufacturing company in Santa Cruz County. In 2011, he was named the U.S. Lacrosse High School Coach of the Year for Northern California. He has been coaching with Firehawks Lacrosse in various capacities - as a head coach or assistant coach - since 2010. His international experience spans from his playing days to the present. He was a member of the Korean National Lacrosse team at the World Championships in 2002, and has a coached at numerous camps and clinics worldwide. Kim was inducted into the University at Albany (New York) Athletic Hall of Fame where he was a team captain as a senior. Kim holds his bachelors in Biological Sciences from University of Albany and his masters in Medical and Science Illustration from Johns Hopkins.