Boys Lacrosse

Coach Tom Mott


Coach Tom Mott founded the Immaculata Boys Lacrosse program in 1998 and has been the program' only Varsity Coach. A college lacrosse player from Kean University under legendary Coach Hawley Waterman, Coach Mott began his lacrosse coaching career in 1991 in Westfield High School. In his tenure as the Spartan' head coach, he has led the team to 7 non-public B Championship games, winning in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2014. They have made four Tournament of Champions appearances and appeared in two Tournament of Champions Final Fours.
A special education teacher at Union High School for 24 years, Coach Mott has received high recommendations from his coaching peers. In the past several years, he was named Coach of the Year by the Courier News, Waterman Division, the Star Ledger, the NJ Coach' Association, the NJSIAA, and the NJSIAA Non-Public B.

Coach Mott' coaching philosophy is simple: "To create an environment that encourages athletes to develop on and off the playing field while fostering a positive learning environment, in the good and bad times. Our staff believes the details in the process is what determines the outcome."