We know that the growth of your child as a person and as a player starts with the coaching staff which is why we only select the best coaches in Westchester and beyond. Each of our coaches has at least 15+ years in and around the sport and know what it takes to make sure your child not only learns the sport, but loves it as well. We don't have a laundry list of coaches or "guest coaches". We have coaches that are right for the job and have a proven track record of success in developing the skills and confidence in a player needed to grow and succeed.
Our practices offer players much more than "rolling the ball out" or just learning a few plays. We are committed to the proper instruction and technique of all facits of the game. Our players will then carry over those skills to the games and tournaments we compete in as well as develop friendships that will last a lifetime.
Born and raised on Long Island, Justin grew up in the hotbed of lacrosse. He graduated from Chaminade HS in 2001 and is a 2005 graduate of Manhattan College in Riverdale. There he obtained his degree in Civil Engineering while playing lacrosse at the D1 level. Justin plays attack and is currently the All-Time Leading goal scorer in MC history (129), second in points (172) and was part of the 2002 undefeated season winning the MAAC Championship and playing in the first round of the NCAA playoffs against Georgetown. He scored the first goal in MC playoff history in that playoff game.
Michelle is a 2005 graduate of Keene State College in New Hampshire. While at KSC, Mason was a stand out player both in goal for the women's soccer team and on the offensive end for the women's lacrosse team. Michelle still currently holds records in both sports and was most recently named to the Keene State College Athletic Hall of Fame for both soccer and lacrosse in February 2012. As a player, Mason had no rivals as a record-breaking attacker for the Owls. A three-time All-LEC all-star, the Fairport, New York, native established Keene State career goal (202), assists (82), and point (284) records.
Coach Conway hails from Boston, MA and is currently in her first season as Assistant Coach at Iona College. In 2013 she coached at Manhattan College where she worked with the midfield, defense and goalkeeping units, along with managing all recruiting activity. She comes to Iona after a successful four year career as both a goalie and midfielder for Boston College. As a senior, Conway was awarded the Red Bandana #19 Award, in honor of 1999 BC grad Welles Crowther who passed in the 9/11 terror attacks and is given to the student-athlete that shows both selflessness and sacrifice. She was a member of the U.S. Women's Lacrosse National Team practice squad.