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Timberline Boys Lacrosse Club

Coaches

 

 

Head Coach - Will Matton

 

Coach Matton is entering is third year coaching with Timberline Lacrosse, his second as the Middle School head coach. He has played a handful of sports, including soccer, wrestling, football and lacrosse. He started his lacrosse career his Freshman year of high school and earned an All-American award and close defensive player of the year his senior year. Coach Matton continued his lacrosse career at Boise State University. Professionally, he works in residential and commercial construction and is working on owning his own business.

 

Asst Coach (Attack/Midfield) - Colton Swalley

 

Coach Swalley grew up in the bay area of CA.  He began playing lacrosse at the age of 10.  His parents eventually moved to Eagle, ID, where he played Midfield and Attack for Eagle High School.  Coach Swalley graduated from Boise State in 2019 with a Bachelors degree in Communications and Media Arts and currently resides in Boise, ID.  He is in his first year coaching for Timberline Lacrosse.  He is currently self employed and the owner of Functional Fuel, which is targeted towards athletic performance through Nutrition and Training. 

 

Asst Coach (Defense) - Logan Dannenfeldt

Coach Dannenfeldt was born in Williamsburg, VA and moved to Boise at the age of 13.  He was a 3 year Varsity starter for Timberline Lacrosse.  He culminated his Senior year by being named an All-American and 1st Team All State Defender.  Coach Dannenfeldt is in his second season coaching for Timberline Lacrosse.  Go Wolves!

 

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About US

Timberline Boys Lacrosse Club is the premier boys lacrosse club serving the Timberline High School District.  We have teams ranging from 3rd – 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!