2025

 

 

PRACTICES
 
FALL
 

September 24- 11:00-12:30PM

October 10- 11:00-12:30PM

October 8- 12:30-2:00PM

October 15- 12:30-2:00PM

October 22- 11:00-12:30PM

 

Gilman School
 
5407 Roland Ave Baltimore, MD 21210

 

 
 

 

TRAINING

Coppermine Field House @ Cross Keys

4 Hamill Road

Baltimore, MD 21210

 

October 6, 13, 20, 27

November 3, 10, 17, 24

 

7:00-8:00PM

 



 

TOURNAMENT
 
SUMMER

 

COACHES

Dan McClure

2025 Head Coach

High school: Captain and All county Havre de grace high school
Postgraduate: West Point prep school postgraduate in Army
NCAA:Towson University, played on 1991 ncaa finalist team
TU hall of fame team of distinction


Coached Rec:

  • Parkville rec
  • Overlea rec
  • Kelly post rec
  • Ltrc rec outdoor and indoor


Coached club:

  • Rock club
  • Breakers club
  • Fca club
  • Lax world club

About Dan:

McClure has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to coaching youth and high school players. McClure is currently the Recreational Coordinator for LTRC for 7-8, after previously serving as coordinator for 5-6 and 3-4. With over 10 years experience in coaching McClure is a strong and solid addition to the Team 91 Coaching Staff.

 

 

Chris Schaller
 
2025 Asst Coach
2022 Asst Coach
  • Played collegiately at Penn State & Michigan State
  • Starting Defender and LSM
  • USA Hockey Level III Certified Coach

About Chris:

Chris recognizes the evolution of today's lacrosse game and the resulting need for quality coaching at the youth level requiring both an understanding of today's game and the ability to connect with and properly instruct youth players.  Chris played collegiately on Michigan State's last varsity team and then at Penn State.  After graduating he played for three years with the Mt Washington Lacrosse Club then traded in his lacrosse stick for a hockey stick.  Always a multi-sport athlete, Chris appreciates the physical, and mental, benefits that come from playing multiple sports.  Playing hockey and coaching youth hockey has also shaped Chris' coaching style and teaching philosophies as hockey development at the youth level focuses on play in tight spaces, high intensity, individual skill development, and creativity.

 

 

 

David James Wehage

2025 Assistant Coach

  • 1984 MD State Boys Lacrosse Championship Team member
  • 1986 Selection to play in the Leukemia All-Star Lacrosse Game
  • Edgewood High School Lacrosse MVP 1986
  • Edgewood High School Scholar-Athlete Award Winner
  • Full Athletic Football Scholarship to Towson State University (1992 Graduate) -3 Year Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach- Havre de Grace High School
  • Assistant Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach- Edgewood High, Joppatowne High -Assistant J.V. Lacrosse Coach- C. Milton Wright High School
  • 12 years coaching at Harford Lacrosse Camp
  • Offensive Coordinator- Team 91 2025