Sebold Inducted into Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Sebold Inducted into Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Oaks Christian School is pleased to announce OCS Lacrosse Program Director Geoff Sebold will be inducted into the US Lacrosse Los Angeles Chapter Hall of Fame in a special gala awards dinner on June 14, at The Mark, 9320 W. Pico Blvd.

Sebold founded the OCS lacrosse program in 2004, and served as head coach until 2008, before his appointment as program director. He has also been the boys head coach at Newbury Park High School, California State University, Channel Islands, offensive coordinator at Westlake High School, and girls head coach at La Reina High School. In addition, he has worked with The LA Mavs coaching high school and Elite travel teams.

"Geoff is well deserving of this award for his tireless contributions to the entire lacrosse community in Southern California," said OCS Head of Athletics Jan Hethcock. "He has been an excellent resource for Oaks Christian in lacrosse. He was our founding lacrosse coach and was instrumental in helping the athletic department get lacrosse started at Oaks Christian. His knowledge of the game, his connections in the lacrosse community and his leadership skills have been instrumental in developing a solid, well-respected program at Oaks Christian."

Sebold will be honored for his 45 years of playing, coaching and running programs. A native of Huntington on the Island in New York, he began his Southern California lacrosse experience as the founder and owner of the Conejo Valley Lacrosse League (CVLL) from 2001-08. From 2002-08, he also created and ran the CVLL Fall Instructional program, and in 2004 spun off the CVLL's HS division into the Southern California Lacrosse Association (SCLA), the current area youth league.