Kingsway names Dominik new head boys lacrosse coach
Dr. James J. Lavender, Superintendent
Kingsway Regional School District
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Woolwich Twp. – Kingsway Regional High School has named David Dominik to take the reins for the 2019 Dragon Boys Lacrosse Team this spring. This announcement comes after a string of new head varsity coaches have come on board this year, including recent additions of Bill Alvaro (Baseball) and Jennie Hara (Girls Lacrosse).
About David Dominik
David Dominik, a graduate of Alvernia University and recently appointed middle school science teacher, was named head varsity boys lacrosse coach on Thursday. Coach Dominik, a 2011 Kingsway Regional High School graduate and former assistant coach at Alvernia, brings with him considerable experience and accomplishments as a former lacrosse player at Alvernia.
“We are excited to have Coach Dominik step in as our new head boys lacrosse coach. He is energetic and will bring a lot of enthusiasm to our program,” says Athletic Director June Cioffi.
Dominik takes over for a program that will be in a rebuilding year with the loss of seven seniors, however there are many upcoming talented juniors and seniors eager to get started.
“Coach Dominik is organized, prepared, and dedicated and is looking to take over the reins and build the program at his Alma Mater. His collegiate level experience will help him build our program into a tough competitor in the Olympic Conference. We are looking forward to his passion and leadership and brining our boys lacrosse program to the next level,” said Superintendent Dr. James J. Lavender.
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About Kingsway’s Athletic Programs
Kingsway Regional High School competes in the Tri- County Conference Royal Division, which is composed of schools whose enrollments vary greatly for grades 9-12, operating under the supervision of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA). The mission of the Tri-County Conference is to provide opportunities for schools to work closely together, while promoting educational experiences for student athletes, which will benefit them throughout their lives. The Conference will foster an educationally sound environment that values good sportsmanship, fair play, and a wholesome relationship among participants, spectators, schools, and communities. You can learn more about Kingsway’s athletic program by visiting the website at http://www.krsd.org/domain/115.
About the Kingsway Regional School District
Kingsway is a limited purpose regional school district that offers its students a rigorous academic program and a myriad of enrichment programs and services for students in grades 7 to 12. Kingsway Regional Middle School (Grades 7 to 8) and Kingsway Regional High School (Grades 9 to 12) cater to the individual needs of our students and promote opportunities for students to pursue their own areas of interest. Our population of approximately 2,700 students is multicultural and reflects the diversity of the communities it serves. Its mission is to ensure that all students receive rigorous and engaging instructional experiences that promote high levels of student achievement, including those with diverse learning needs. To learn more visit the District’s website at http://krsd.org/Page/1.