Highlands Ranch on Tuesday announced that it has hired Brent Adams to be its new boys lacrosse coach.
Adams, who has an extensive lacrosse background, was most recently an assistant at Valor Christian where he helped the Eagles win the Class 4A title last spring.
“Brent is a fantastic person and will bring enthusiasm, knowledge an passion to the Falcons lacrosse program,” Highlands Ranch athletic director Preston Davis said in a statement.
Adams takes over for Matt Bocklet, who accepted the head job at Cherry Creek last month.
Adams was an All-American at Fairfield University in Connecticut, and was later drafted into Major League Lacrosse. He has played for the Chesapeake Bayhawks, the Boston Cannons, and most recently, the Denver Outlaws. Adams was an MLL all-star in 2015 and 2016.
He also plays with the Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League, which plays indoors, and has also played with the U.S. National Team.