The main goal of the Saint Mary's Hall Lacrosse Program is to build young men. The focus of our program is to use lacrosse as a vehicle to instill crucial life skills such as teamwork, perseverance, and time management. Our dedicated staff prioritizes providing our student-athletes with the knowledge and skills necessary for success on and off the lacrosse field.
Saint Mary's Hall boasts a strong lacrosse tradition dating back to the start of competitive lacrosse in Texas. Under Coach Earl Bill, the Barons won three straight Texas High School Lacrosse League championships from 1998-2000, and the 2001 squad captured the school's only Southwest Preparatory Conference championship. The Barons look forward to continued success in the years to come.
Jose Hernandez has been involved with Lacrosse since 2003. He played 3 years of high school lacrosse for Central Catholic High School. After high school, Coach Hernandez continued playing through college for the MCLA club team at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he graduated college with a BSE in Civil Engineering. After college, he took up coaching part-time with the Roosevelt High School Lacrosse Club where he led the Riders to their first ever playoff berth in THSLL. When he isn't active in lacrosse, he works as a structural engineer for a local firm..