Bob Healy is his sixth year of his second stint with the Wolverines, after previously assisting on the Wesley staff from 1995-2000. He was also a member of the men's lacrosse coaching staff for the Wolverines during that time.
Since returning to the sidelines at Wesley, he has coached All-Americans at both tight end (Jon Lanouette) and linebacker (Mike Asiedu and Jeff Morgan). This season, Healy moves to the backfield, where he will try to work his magic with the Wolverines' fullbacks.
Healy left the Wesley staff in 2000 to focus on coaching high school lacrosse, where he has had success at every stop. He coached Dover High School to the state tournament in each of his five seasons as the head coach. From there he won the 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 DIAA Championship as the head coach at Salesianum, where one of his assistants is fellow Wesley assistant football coach Shawn Plews. His teams have produced six All-Americans and Healy has been named the DIAA Coach of the Year three times.
Healy was a four-year member of both the Wesley College football and men's lacrosse teams before graduating in 1995. He was a four-year letterwinner on the gridiron and ended his career as one of the Wolverines' all-time leading lacrosse scorers.
A Long Island native, Healy resides in Dover with his wife, Sheri, and their two daughters, Olivia and McKenna.