I grew up in Yorktown, New York where I was a three-sport athlete playing for lacrosse powerhouse Yorktown. I went on to earn All-Section honors in both lacrosse and football my junior and senior seasons. Following high school, I accepted a lacrosse scholarship from Marist College, where I played defense for the Red Foxes from 2009 to 2013 and studied International Business. After college I knew I wanted to get into coaching. I accepted the position as Assistant Varsity Coach for Briarcliff High School in NY. After two years of working in NYC and coaching in NY, I decided to move to San Diego. I continued my coaching career at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego serving as Varsity Assistant and defensive coordinator. Currently, I am in my second year as defensive coordinator at Santa Fe Christian High School. With a decade of coaching at the high school and club level it is so rewarding helping young athletes develop both on and off the field.
I joined the Mad Dog coaching staff in the summer of 2020, working with a variety of age groups across the National, West Elite and San Diego regional levels. It has been awesome to see the hard work and dedication the players, families, and coaching staff put into making Mad Dog elite. Since day one Mad Dog has felt like a family, there is a culture of togetherness and I feel like that is what makes Mad Dog a truly unique program.
High School: Yorktown High School
Winning the Murph Cup
Tape my stick, put on eye black.
Bman, Chip guy, Bru
Dogs, I grew up with Labs
Little Sorentos, Italian restaurant in my hometown
King of the World: Muhammad Ali. Harry Potter series
Video games, the beach, going to the zoo
Football, Basketball, Golf
Try and be the best teammate you can, always be willing to learn something new and have fun!