Marc Moreau has been announced as the new Head Coach of Boys Lacrosse at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH).
“RFH is very excited about the addition of Marc Moreau and we know he will continue the incredible success our program has achieved,” RFH Athletic Director Chris Lanzalotto said. “We are confident he will have a very positive impact on our Lacrosse community and the RFH Athletic program.”
Moreau is the CEO and Founder of Leading Edge Lacrosse, the premiere club lacrosse program in the state and one of the top five nationwide. He has a long track record of success in coaching college, high school, youth and club lacrosse as well as a high profile college career. He was named All American in 1988 and ’89 at Rutgers University, where he played and coached.
Moreau began his coaching career when he started the Boys Lacrosse Program at Bernards High School in 2003. After leading the Bernards program to the state playoffs during only its third year in existence, he took over the reins at St. Joseph’s high school for ten years.
At St. Joseph’s he led his team to victory in seven out of ten conference championships as well as appearances in two state championship games, a non-public state “A” championship in 2010, and a runner-up slot in the Tournament of Champions Final in 2010. Moreau was named NJSIAA Coach of the Year in 2010.
It was while accomplishing an impressive high school coaching record (145-70 overall) that Moreau founded the elite travel program Leading Edge Lacrosse.
Moreau and his wife Carmel have two children, Rutgers University freshman Brendan and high school sophomore Cara.