Coach Wallace- Varsity Head Coach
Coach Wallace is originally from Idaho and graduated in 2008 from Centennial High School in Boise. Throughout high school he played lacrosse, soccer, and cross county. In high school he was a three time lacrosse state champion, selected as a first team all-state midfielder, and nominated for as a US Lacrosse All-American. He continued playing lacrosse for four years in college at BYU where he was a member of their 2011 National Championship team, was a scholar athlete, and recipient of the team’s “Y” Award for hard work and character. He graduated in 2015 with a degree in history and currently works as the Therapeutic Adventure Director at Daniels Academy in Heber City.
Coach Theurer graduated from Westview High School in 2006. At Westview, he earned Second Team All- State honors twice and First Team All-State honors in lacrosse, as well as First Team All-Division honors in football. He played midfield for two years on the Brigham Young University men’s lacrosse team, including the 2007 national championship season. He earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in English Literature from BYU. Currently, he teaches eighth grade English at Timpanogos Middle School.
When he isn’t teaching or coaching, Coach Theurer can be found reading, trying to bake the perfect loaf of bread, or traveling the world with his wife, Jessi, who is also a teacher. Jessi teaches English and Latinos in Action at Provo High School.
After his collegiate career ended, Michael continued his passion for sport by volunteering on the Sudbury Little League Baseball board as a Commissioner and coach for 5 seasons. Last year, Michael, his wife and two kids moved to Midway, Utah. Michael is passionate in the belief that team sports develops personal and social growth and is excited to be part of the growth of the Wasatch Lacrosse program.