Hornets News · Wallace named Director of Boys Lacrosse at Roswell High School

Bryan Wallace has been named the Director of Boys Lacrosse at Roswell High School, after serving as the Offensive Coordinator and Assistant Varsity Coach at Roswell this past season. Wallace takes over the Hornets program after the abbreviated 2020 season due to the Covid Pandemic. The Hornets were (5-1) before the season was cut short. 

Wallace took over the Director of Lacrosse role at Centennial in 2012 and amassed a record of 141-33 (.830%). Centennial won the 2013 State Championship in his second season. During the 2014-2016 spring the Knights advanced to the GHSA State Quarter Finals. During the 2017-2019 season the Knights advanced to the GHSA State Semi Finals. The Knights captured 4 Area Championships during his 8 year tenure, Coach Wallace was named Area Coach of year in 2013, 2014, 2017 and 2018.

Wallace mentored 2 AJC Lacrosse Players of the Year, 25 US Lacrosse All-Americans, 60 All-State players, 2 Under Armour Senior All-Americans, 1 Lax Records Player of the Year,1 US Lacrosse South Player of the Year and 118 Academic Honor Roll Athletes, 116 Scholar Athlete Award winners  during his time at Centennial.

Before landing at Centennial, Wallace had success stops as the Head Coach at Lassiter High School (2011), Associate Head Coach Gulliver Prep, FL  (2005-2010), Assistant Coach Cathedral High School, MA (2003-2005) and Division III Assistant Coach Massachusetts Maritime Academy (2003). Helping all these programs and players achieve lots of on-field success. Coach Wallace is an Inside Lacrosse and USA Today Coaches Poll voting expert.

A native of Wilbraham, Massachusetts, Wallace was a 3-sport Varsity athlete at Minnechaug Regional High School. He was named 3x All Conference, 3x All League, 3x All State Attackman, 2x Captain scoring 291 career points. Wallace went on to play college lacrosse at University of Massachusetts and collected 98 points as a 4-year player. Coach Wallace continued his education at Springfield College obtaining his Masters degree and working as a Graduate Assistant coach helping guide the Pride to back-to-back Conference Championships.

Coach Wallace is currently the Senior Director for Thunder LB3 Lacrosse Club and resides in Roswell with his wife, Tara, and their daughter Greer and dog Luna.