Spence named as new coach of Old Mill boys

November 24, 1998|By Pat O'Malley

Steve Spence, a former All-County midfielder at Severna Park who went on to star at St. Mary's College, has been named Old Mill's boys lacrosse coach.

Spence, who teaches at Old Mill Middle School-South, succeeds Fran Duffy, who resigned after three seasons. He inherits a program that has been down for quite some time and has never been a county power.

"We're excited about Steve, because he brings a lot of good lacrosse experience to the program," said Patriots' athletic director Jim Dillon.

Spence had 15 goals and 34 assists in leading Severna Park to a 12-3 record in 1992, his All-County, senior season. At St. Mary's, he was All-Capital Athletic Conference twice and the Seahawks' most valuable player in 1996.

Pub Date: 11/24/98

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