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Peperone Set to Coach Timpanogos Boys Team

Timpanogos Timberwolves LacrosseThe Timpanogos Boys Lacrosse team will be venturing into new territory this season, moving from Division II to Division I. To help with the transition, the Timberwolves have hired Bill Peperone as their new head coach.
Former Timpanogos Head Coach Mike Schow resigned to attend graduate school, leaving a vacancy at the top.
Peperone grew up in Maryland and lived so close to the University of Maryland, he would ride his bike to Maryland lacrosse games. After high school, Peperone moved to Utah to attend BYU.
Peperone is familiar with Timpanogos Lacrosse, having started the program in 2002. Peperone was the Timberwolves Head Coach for four seasons and an assistant coach for one season before starting the Timpanogos Girls Lacrosse program in 2007. From 2006 to 2009, Peperone coached the youth lacrosse team at Oak Canyon Junior High. In 2010, Peperone was the Head Coach of the Utah County Select Boys Team while also serving as an assistant at Pleasant Grove. In 2011, Peperone led the Select team again but moved to American Fork to be an assistant coach.
With the transition from D-II to D-I, Coach Peperone expects more challenges.
“Mostly, we are expecting the level of play to require more commitment and more effort from Timpanogos,” said Peperone. “I’ve watched the D-I teams up close and many of them are really outstanding; very well coached. We looking forward to tough competition and hope we can make our mark.”
Peperone will be joined by Mike Marsh and Mike Arnold who are Timpanogos alumni and who both played collegiately at UVU and BYU respectively.
Professionally, Peperone is a city planner for the city of Provo and an adjunct professor at BYU.

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  1. Congrats to Pep and to Timp! I played on his 2010 select team and he really know what hes talking about, he will take Timp far. Best of luck.

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