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Matignon High School has announced Sean Glavin as the new head coach for the Boys Basketball program. Glavin joins the Warrior staff after spending the last five seasons at Billerica Memorial High School as an Assistant Varsity/Head Freshman basketball coach. Glavin has also coached in the Billerica Memorial High School baseball program for the last five years and currently is the Varsity Offensive Line Coach for the Indians football team. Glavin is a 2006 graduate of Nichols College where he earned a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. Glavin also participated on the football and baseball teams at Nichols College earning All-League honors. Glavin is a 2002 graduate of Billerica Memorial High School where he was a three-sport captain and earned nine varsity letters in football, basketball and baseball.
"I'm both excited and honored to be a part of an institution that is rich in both pride and tradition such as Matignon High School.” says Glavin. “The goal of the Boys Basketball program will be to continue that pride and tradition, and help it grow through hard work and commitment."
"Sean is a great fit as our new boys basketball head coach," says Tim Alberts, Director of Athletics at Matignon High School. "He brings a strong commitment to our Catholic mission, to the academic development and well-being of our student-athletes, and to building a high quality boys basketball program that competes for Catholic Central League championships annually. Sean is a man of great character and integrity and possesses an extraordinary work ethic. His varied experiences in coaching have prepared him for this challenge and we look forward to a bright future for Matignon High School basketball."
Sean resides in Billerica and is the Director of Operations and Facilities at Merrimack Special Education Collaborative.