Gould Academy offers a highly competitive boys’ lacrosse program that prepares student-athletes for college-level play. Through a combination of strong recruiting, aggressive scheduling, knowledgeable coaching, and superb facilities, Gould Lacrosse is a premier program in Northern New England.
Boys’ lacrosse teams compete against teams from the Maine Association of Independent Schools Athletic Directors (MAISAD), New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC), and the Northern New England Lacrosse League (NNELL).
Gould players have been named as U.S. Lacrosse All-Americans and have gone on to play college lacrosse at schools such as Stevenson University, Salisbury University, Bellarmine University, St. Michael’s College, Bishop’s University, Tufts University, and much more high-level academic and athletic universities and colleges.
Boys’ Lacrosse Coaches
Mr. Johansmeyer is in his second year at Gould. He comes here with more than 10 years of enrollment and recruiting experience at both the high school and collegiate level. He is very excited to continue to be a representative of this community. His favorite part of being at Gould is spending time with all of the amazing students we have. He greatly enjoys his role as the Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach, where he is able to build strong relationships with the players both on and off the field.
Mr. J lives in Davidson Dormitory with his wife, Danielle, and son, Samuel. When not in Davidson, the Johansmeyer family can be found exploring the endless outdoor opportunities in Bethel hiking, fishing, rock climbing and skiing.
Coach Brown is originally from Newry, Maine and grew up skiing at Sunday River. He attended Gould Academy, graduating in 2010. At Gould he was a member of both the alpine competition program and the lacrosse team, and graduated top 10 academically in his class. After Gould he went on to Bates College where he was a 4-year member of the Alpine team and competed in two NCAA eastern regional Championships. After graduating from Bates with a degree in mathematics he stayed with the Bates Alpine Team for two more years working as Coach Connell’s assistant. He coached the FIS Women’s team at Sugar Bowl Academy in Truckee, California before returning to Gould.