Hebert, Ron

from Ron's Hall of Fame Poster

Ron Hebert was a varsity goalie at Michigan State University from 1970-1974. In 1973, he led all NCAA D-I goalies in saves. Ron coached several teams in Michigan including: St. Hugo, Brother Rice and Kingwood Cranbrook. Winning 3 state championships at Brother Rice and one at Cranbrook, Ron is the only coach to win two Michigan State Championships at two different schools. He also coached Brother Rice to 2 Midwest Championships.

He has also been recognized on two occasions as Midwest HS Coach of the Year and twice been named Michigan HS Coach of the Year. Ron has also coached at the collegiate level at Northwood University (varsity D-II) and Oakland University (MCLA). In 2006 Ron coached Oakland University to the CCLA championship.

Ron served as President of the Michigan Lacrosse Foundation, the forerunner of the current US Lacrosse Michigan, from 1988 - 2003. He was the creator and former director of the Michigan 7v7 tournaments. Ron is considered to be one of the finest coaches in the game at any level.

  • Notre Dame Prep 2011-2017
  • Oakland ?
  • Cranbrook Kingswood 2002-?
  • Notre Dame Prep High School 2001
  • Northwood University 1992-2000
  • Cranbrook 1990-1991
  • Brother Rice 1983-1989
  • St Hugo 1981-1983

College: 

  • Michigan St. (M:MCLA D1 W:WCLA D1)

HS Grad Year: 

  • 1970

Position: 

  • G

Name: 

Ron Hebert