A native of Baltimore, Dan is a 2005 graduate of Calvert Hall High School. Currently the defensive coordinator for Calvert Hall for the past two seasons. His defense has statistically been #1 in the MIAA during his tenure and he has won three MIAA Championships. Dan joined the Cardinal coaching staff after being a high school head coach in Pittsburgh, PA. Prior to his high school coaching, Dan was a Division I assistant at his Alma-Mater, Robert Morris University. He held the defensive coordinator position for 3 years. Dan graduated from Robert Morris in 2009, where he was a 4 year starting defensemen and 3 year captain. During his time at RMU, he helped lead the program to a national rank of #18 within Division I Lacrosse. Dan, his wife, Allie and son Knox currently reside in Towson, MD.
A native of Westminster, Pat is a 2006 graduate from Westminster High School. After Graduating, Pat continued his playing career at Robert Morris University where is was a 4 year starter and served as a captain for 2 seasons, he was an all conference performer his junior and senior seasons. Following his collegiate career, Pat moved to Vancouver Island where he started his box lacrosse career playing in the WLA for the Nanaimo Timbermen. Following his first Box lacrosse season he was Drafted in the 4th round, 31st overall by the Minnesota Swarm where he played 2 seasons. Pat was also a draft pick in the MLL for the Ohio Machine but decided to report back to Nanaimo to further his box career. While playing in Minnesota, he started his coaching career as a head JV coach for East Ridge High School Raptors. After his playing career was complete, he became a Defensive Assistant at his alma mater Westminster High School. After 2 season with the Owls, Pat became and Offensive Assistant for Calvert hall for the 2017 season. He is currently the Offensive coordinator for Calvert Hall and help lead the Cardinals to three straight MIAA Championships. Pat and his wife Ashleigh currently reside in Sykesville, MD.
Aaron grew up in Perth, Western Australia where he was a midfielder and coach at Subiaco Lacrosse Club. At Subiaco Aaron led adult and under 14 teams to Grand Final victories, and as player won 7 Grand Finals over a number of years, as well as the Kuljack Medal. Aaron played in the West Australian state team from the Under 15s division through the men’s, and during his tenure won 6 national titles. Having played on several Australian World Teams, and International Touring Teams, Aaron earned a bronze medal in the Under 19s World Games, and a silver medal at the 1994 World Games in Manchester, England. In the US Aaron has coached at youth and high school level lacrosse clubs, at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, Dulaney High School in Baltimore in 2008, winning the state championship that season, and for 5 seasons at Catonsville High School in Baltimore County, Maryland.