All members of the Pennsbury Boys Lacrosse Program embrace the values articulated in the team Mission Statement and subscribe to the principles of its Team Standards since this coaching staff took over in 2015.

The mission of the Pennsbury Boys Lacrosse Program is to elevate student-athletes of character and integrity who will serve as positive members of the school community and the greater society.  The goal is to see through that we build a strong and competitive lacrosse program that is respected within the lacrosse community.  All members of the program will strive to uphold this tradition through HARD WORK, PROFESSIONALISM, & LOYALTY.

The program aims to immerse its players in situations that enhance their student-athlete experience to help them become the people, students, citizens and teammates they aspire to be.

Varsity Head Coach

Drew Artin

Enters his 5th season at the helm of the Falcons.

In four seasons, Artin has amassed a record of 30-41 and 16-22 in the Suburban One National Conference. Prior to his promotion to head coach, the program had compiled a record of 8-28 between the 2013 and 2014 season.  In 2016 the Falcons finished 3rd in the Suburban One National Conference.

2018 was historical season for the Falcons as the team made it to the postseason and produced the program’s first ever US Lacrosse Academic All-American.

Coach Artin has had over 30 players named to the SOL National All Conference team since the 2015 season.

In 2012, Artin coached at Adams State University in Alamosa, CO where he was part of a 2 coach staff at the NCAA Division II program.  Powered by Artin’s offense and faceoff unit, the 2012 season still holds the most wins in school history.

Artin graduated from the University of Mississippi where he was a two year captain and starting midfielder for the MCLA D1 men’s lacrosse team. He earned his degree in Education with concentrations in both English and Social Studies in 2011.  Artin began his college lacrosse career at DeSales University (DIII) before transferring to Ole Miss.  Artin graduated from nearby Notre Dame High School (NJ) where he was a member of the lacrosse, football and track teams.

When not coaching Pennsbury, Artin coaches the NXT 2021 club team.  Artin is a USILA certified coach and has coaching experience with the Philly Showcase, Philly Showcase All-Star team,  Arrowhead U19 lacrosse team and ran local summer camps and summer leagues in the Bucks County area.  Artin has experience coaching at all levels from youth through college and founded the first youth lacrosse program in the state of Mississippi.


Assistant Coach

Greg Mackrides

Assistant Coach

Greg Lichtenstein