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President and Program Director of Garden State Lacrosse Academy


Coaching Experience


  • Owner and founder of Garden State Lacrosse Academy. 

  • Head Coach of GSLA 2023. 

  • Pope John H.S. Offensive Coordinator for a team that reached it's first HWS Finals and State Quarterfinals. 

  • Centenary University Offensive Coordinator and the lead position coach for the Goalies and Faceoff men

  • Designed and implemented personal instruction plans for clients 

  • Lenape Valley youth coach

  • Sparta 8th Grade Boys Head Coach

Lacrosse Playing Experience

Marywood University  

  • 2014 2nd Team All CSAC Faceoff Specialist

  • 2x Hard Work Pays Off Award  

  • 3x Iron Man Award

  • ECAC Player of the Week

  • Single season ground ball and face off win records

Lenape Valley Regional High School

  • 2X Captain

  • 2X 1st Team All West Jersey

  • 2X MVP

  • Career Leader in ground balls, faceoff wins, faceoff win %, single season assist, and single game point

My Lacrosse Story

I entered Marywood University in August of 2011 with the intent of playing lacrosse.  After trying out in the fall and not making the team, I was faced with three options.  I could give up the game I love, transfer to another school, or make the proper improvements to make the team.  I decided to spend the next year and a half working as hard and as smart as possible to improve my game.  492 days after being cut, I started in my first college game and scored my first collegiate goal.  I also went on to become an all-conference player and hold multiple records.  

When I was first cut, I blamed the coaches for not evaluating me properly and thought I was better than other players.  Looking back, I do not think I initially had the skills and talent to play as a freshman but with a passion for the game, I created an opportunity.  


"Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming."      -John Wooden