Coach Mundy has been a long time leader and supporter of the lacrosse community in the Treasure Valley. Initially a high school player for Timberline, his loyalty remains to this day! Go Wolves! In addition to coaching at many of the local High School programs over the years, he also served as the Boise State University Mens Lacrosse Head Coach before returning to his alma mater.
Coach Leenders is entering his fourth year with Timberline Lacrosse. In addition to being on the Varsity staff, in past years he has also served as the head JV coach. Coach Leenders grew up playing lacrosse in Washington state where he was an All-State player for three years and helped lead his team to three undefeated years as conference champions. After high school, he came to Idaho and played at Boise State. Professionally he is a Civil Engineer.
Coach Manning is entering his third year as a defensive coach with Timberline Lacrosse. Coach graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Business Entrepreneurship. While at Boise State he earned All-American awards for three consecutive years as a close defenseman. He enjoys fly fishing and playing lacrosse in the local mens league whenever he gets the chance.
Coach Wilferth moved to Boise from Tennessee after a stop in Baltimore, Maryland for school. Coach graduated from Loyola University in Maryland with a degree in economics where he was a member of the club lacrosse team. From his one stoplight town in TN, coach earned 3 first team all-state honors and played for Scenic City and LB3 Thunder during the summers. While Coach is not from a traditional arge lacrosse hotbed area, he certainly shares a lot in common with the young men of Timberline lacrosse. Like so many others have done for him, he is looking forward to dedicating his time to helping these young men grow both on and off the field. Go Wolves!
Timberline Boys Lacrosse Club is the premier boys lacrosse club serving the Timberline High School District. We have teams ranging from 1st - 12th grade. One of our primary goals is to foster a culture of unparalleled competition, work ethic and sportsmanship. With 8 State Championships, Timberline Boys Lacrosse Club is the most successful lacrosse program in the state of Idaho. Go Wolves!