Three senior members of the 2018 Baylor boys' lacrosse team recently celebrated the signing of agreements to continue their lacrosse careers in college next year.
After a short stint of lacrosse in the mid 1990’s Baylor brought boys' lacrosse back in the spring of 2007 and had won a TSLA Division 2 state championship by 2010. The Raiders moved up to Division 1 the following season and have been a state quarter-finalist five of the last seven years.
Tucker Hunt Memorial Lacrosse Field – named for Tucker Hunt (class of 2016). Hunt Field is an artificial turf field first used in 2014 by both the boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams. Located on the backside of campus among the trees, looking over the Tennessee River and up at the nearby Mountains, it is a picturesque setting for a lacrosse game.
Heywood Stadium/EB “Red” Etter Field - Built in 1971, Heywood Stadium is named for former football coach "Humpy" Heywood. The artificial field turf is named after legendary football coach E. B. "Red" Etter. The surrounding mountains and the nearby Tennessee River make "Heywood/Etter" an inspiring setting for high school lacrosse on a spring evening.
Baylor fields boys' lacrosse teams at the varsity, junior varsity and Middle School levels.
Baylor junior Walker Norris was named to the Tennessee Scholastic Lacrosse Association's All-State and All-Region teams for 2015. Eight other Raiders join him on the All-Region team.