Win with class, lose with grace
The lessons imparted through boys’ lacrosse at The Summit reach beyond competition, individual aspirations and team success.
Win with class. Lose with grace. And always, always have good sportsmanship.
The way teammates and opponents interact now can be a precursor of life in the work force, so navigating human relations is a priority.
And then there’s the sport itself. The 2006 Silver Knights won a state championship. Then, in 2011 and 2016, The Summit captured regional championships and advanced to the Division II state semifinals.
Coach Pat Collura has led The Summit’s lacrosse program since 2011 following nine seasons at St. Xavier High School. Coach Collura is well-known in lacrosse circles for his development of youth programs as well as his success in the coaching ranks. He was named the 2016 Ohio High School Lacrosse Association’s Division II coach of the year, the 2016 Miami Valley Conference lacrosse coach of the year and the 2016 Cincinnati Enquirer Division II lacrosse coach of the year. The Long Island, N.Y. native was an all-conference player at Bowling Green State University, where he graduated in 1974, and has spent 26 years in the police force. Pat is assisted by Joey Jenco and Brady Ward.