Coach Garrigan is currently in his 10th season as Head Coach of the Austin High Maroons. During his tenure, Austin High has won 7 District Championships, made 4 final four appearances and posts an overall record of 98-50. Coach Garrigan has coached multiple All Americans and placed over 50 players on the All State Post Season Award list. Along with Austin High, Coach Garrigan is also director of Team Austin, the district travel team and Team Texas Youth Lacrosse.
Prior to taking over the Austin High program, Coach Garrigan was the founding Head Coach of the Highland Park lacrosse program in Dallas, Texas and then spent 7 years as an Assistant Coach at St. Mark's School of Dallas.
He is married to Emily, his wife of 16 years, and has two children Cameron and Lily.
Coach Loda grew up in Vienna, VA and played for James Madison High School where he was an All District midfielder. Coach Loda went on to continue his playing career at Division II St. Andrews University where he was a 4-year player as well as an All Conference midfielder and Captain for the Knights. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 2009, Kyle found himself coaching in Manchester, England as a Local Development Officer for the English Lacrosse Association. Upon returning stateside, Coach Loda relocated to Austin, Texas where he works alongside Coach Garrigan at Austin High School and is currently coaching the Maroons in his 3rd season. Coach Loda was unanimously awarded Central Texas Assistant Coach of the year in 2012 which is an award voted on by his peers and a great honor. Coach Loda is also the Program Director for West Austin Youth Lacrosse and coaches several travel team programs in Austin including Team Texas Lacrosse to help grow and develop the game of lacrosse in Texas.
Coach Gerbush grew up in Glen Head, N.Y. and played for North Shore High School where he was twice selected as an All-County goalie and team MVP. After high school he spent four years as the starting goalie for Williams College where he was selected All-NESCAC three times, All-New England and team MVP twice, and All-American and team captain in his senior season. During his junior year, he also helped lead the Ephs to their first ever NESCAC championship and even the Round of 16 in the NCAA tournament. He graduated Cum Laude from Williams with a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science and physics. Currently, he is enrolled in the doctoral program in computer sciences at UT-Austin.