Chargers News · New Boys Lacrosse Hire

Powers Catholic Athletic Director Mike Watson is pleased to announce the hiring of our new boys lacrosse coach Bryan Schramm.

Coach Schramm is a Grand Blanc Graduate and helped start the Bobcat lacrosse program in 2004 serving as Club President and Team Captain his senior year as well as Davenport University. Coach Schramm has spent the previous seven years at Mauldin high school in Mauldin, SC as Head Varsity Lacrosse coach as well as the last two years as Defensive Coordinator/Head Coach of the middle school football program. Over the past 16 years he has also had coaching stops at Albion College (NCAA D3), Sam Houston State University (MCLA D2), Forest Hills Northern/Eastern United (HS), St. Ignatius Prep Chicago (HS), Grand Blanc (HS) as well as Director of Lacrosse for CYL (Chicago Youth Lacrosse.)


Bryan’s lacrosse coaching accomplishments include: 

2013 Michigan State D1 Runner Up (FHNE)

2016 Region Champion

2016 South Carolina Lacrosse SCHSLCA AAAAA Coach of the Year Runner Up (MHS)

2017 Region Champion

2017 South Carolina Lacrosse SCHSLCA AAAAA Coach of the Year (MHS)

2017 South Carolina AAAAA Semifinalist

2018 Region Champion

2018 South Carolina AAAAA Semifinalist



Mentored/Coached: (MHS 2016-2019)

18 All Region Athletes/16 All State Athletes/1 All American

3 SCHSLCA Position Players of the Year

1 SCHSLCA Player of the Year

12 NCAA Signees


Comments from Coach Schramm: 


“It’s a blessing and a honor that Mr. Watson has entrusted me to build onto the deep tradition of the  Powers Catholic lacrosse program. I have first hand experience as a player and as a coach and I have an enormous amount of respect for the families, former players, previous coaches and the program itself. I have always viewed the Powers Catholic lacrosse program as the area’s torchbearer and I fully plan to continue to set the tone as we aspire to add to the already storied legacy of the Powers Catholic lacrosse program.

Comments from Mike Watson – We feel extremely fortunate to attract a coach of Bryan’s caliber for the Powers Catholic lacrosse program.  We will certainly miss Matt Gregson who did an excellent job in leading the Powers lacrosse program. We believe that Coach Schramm will continue to grow our boy’s lacrosse program.