Ryan Graduated from Ohio State University in 2021 and is currently a professional lacrosse player in both the Premier Lacrosse League for the Chrome LC and the National Lacrosse League for the Halifax Thunderbirds. At Ohio State University Ryan made history being the first ever four- time All American for the Buckeyes. He also served as team captain for his final 3 seasons there. He ended his collegiate sports career winning the esteemed Big Ten Medal Of honor.
Ryan was drafted in the second round for both the PLL and NLL draft, He has been an All - Pro and nominated for SSDM of the year twice. He was voted the 26th best player in the entire PLL in 2022. Ryan was also 1 of 23 guys to represent the USA in the World lacrosse championship this past summer in San Diego. Ryan Played an integral part in helping team USA secure the gold medal.
Ryan is from Reading PA, his coaching journey started early, leading to a volunteer coaching position for the USA U-21 team in the 2022 World Games. Post-college, he assumed roles as Head Assistant and Defensive Coordinator at Culver Military Academy, renowned as a premier high school lacrosse program. At Culver, Ryan played a pivotal role in shaping 5-star recruits and future Division I lacrosse players.
Born in Orangeville Ontario, Jeff has spent the majority of his life competing and playing lacrosse. His lacrosse career started with the Junior A Northmen Box lacrosse team, Where he was not only one of their best defenseman but also a multiple time captain for the program.
Jeff then attended the Hill Academy Highschool, during his time there he led the team to new heights and helped establish them as national powerhouse. Jeff was also a member of the Canada U-19 team. He is one of just twenty one members chosen to represent his country in the 2016 world games.
After highschool Jeff committed to play lacrosse at THE Ohio State University starting as an LSM for 5 years. Jeff is one of the only Buckeyes to start and play in every single game in his career. In his last three years Jeff was announced a captain alongside Terefenko, Jeff and Ryan were the 2nd and 3rd 3-time captains in school history. In 2020 and 2021 Jeff led the team in caused turnovers
Playing in the NLL has always been a dream for Jeff, his dream came true in 2021 when he was drafted 8th overall to the Georgia Swarm. More recently Jeff has been acquired by the Chrome Lacrosse Club in the Premiere Lacrosse League.
Jeff attributes his success to the many coaches throughout his youth and believes he wouldn't be the man or the player he is today without them. Jeff has coached multiple club teams since graduating college. Currently working at the Hill Academy, where he went to school. He is helping some of the best youth lacrosse players in Ontario reach their goal of competing at the next level. Working alongside some of the best coaches in the world, Jeff is looking to take his coaching passion to the next level by working with young dedicated athletes across Canada and the United States.