About Triangle Lax
Triangle Lax was founded in 2017 by Damian Hall. The site was created in an effort to provide a more consistant, knowledgable level of coverage of lacrosse in the Triangle-Area of North Carolina. Damian spent 11 seasons as a coach in North Carolina from 2007-2016. He has coached Youth, HS, and travel teams for both boys and girls.
Hall leads a group of former HS coaches in covering and reporting on HS football in the area. The group is constantly growing and changing, offering increased coverage each season. Coverage of area lacrosse includes covering games (articles and live tweets), interviewing player,coaches and influential lacrosse figures, ranking teams, and college commitment announcements (Coming Soon).
Triangle Lax, in addition to individual games, strives to cover many of the area's major lacrosse events when possible and hosts an annual pre-season scrimmage in a jamboree style event. In the future we may sponsor teams in events such as the State Games of NC.
If you would like Triangle Lax to cover your event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Damian Hall is originally from Montgomery County, MD. He was a 4-year letter winner in lacrosse at Seneca Valley HS. He was named to the All-County team twice and named second team all-state, all-metro, and a US Lacrosse All-American as a senior. In 2017 Damian was named to the MCLCA's 20-year anniversary's first team as a Long-Stick Midfielder
After high school, Damian played four years of varsity lacrosse at Loyola University MD from 2001-2004. He served as captain in his senior year.
Damian first moved to NC in fall of 2007. He started coaching as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Broughton High School. He took over as Head Coach in the fall of 2009 and served as head coach through the 2015 season. He also served as an assistant coach for Athens Drive in the 2016 season.
Throughout his HS coaching Damian also functioned as a coach for travel lacrosse. He first started with TSL (Now Team 91) coaching rising sophomore boys. In 2015 he made a forray into girl's lacrosse as an assistant coach for the Carolina Fever 2019's.
Damian no longer coaches competitive teams, but instead focuses on improving individual players and small groups.