BOOST Coaches

coach murph


Sean Murphy
owner/head coach

-colby college '05
-south shore wompatucks

"You have one shot at a lacrosse career, don't leave any room for regrets. Put in the work now and reap the benefits later."

Coach Murph's journey with lacrosse has had many stops including a High School National Championship and the opportunity to play in college. He has always believed that the sport of lacrosse, it's history and the community that surrounds it, is unlike any other sport out there.

Throughout his many years coaching high school lacrosse, and his 10+ year career in strength and conditioning, he recognized there was a serious lack of focused training for lacrosse players. No gym truly understood the demands of the game and how players needed to train for it.

The goal with starting BOOST was to build the best lacrosse focused facility in the country, combined with top notch strength and conditioning programming for dedicated players looking to seriously improve their game.

davey emala


Davey Emala
Boost Coach

-unc '13
-TB12 Athlete
-Ohio Machine
-LSN analyst
-Team STX

"I enjoy working with BOOST Lacrosse because it is important to surround yourself with people who aspire to accomplish the same things as you do. BOOST is like a playground for serious lacrosse players."

Davey graduated the Gilman School in 2009 where he was an All-American attackman. He began his collegiate career at Georgetown University, leading the team in scoring as a Sophomore. Following that year, he transferred to the University of North Carolina. After leading UNC to its first ACC Championship since 1996, he was named the team's Unsung Hero in 2013.

Davey currently plays in the MLL for the Ohio Machine. In 2015 he was named the MLL's Most Improved Player. He was The Boston Cannons' leading goal scorer from 2015-17.

Davey is a TB12 Brand Ambassador and also an LSN Analyst.

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shawn Tierney

-Eastern Connecticut State University ‘17

“Hard work outworks talent, when talent doesn’t work hard.”

Shawn graduated from Norwell High School in 2013 where he was the only three-time team captain in school history. With an injury ridden career, Shawn went on to play Division III Lacrosse at Eastern Connecticut State University.

After two ACL reconstructive surgeries, Shawn went on to play all four years of collegiate lacrosse and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. His passion for lacrosse and injury prevention steered him to the strength and conditioning realm.