PRACTICES

 

Spring/summer

 

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

FALL

October 11, 18, 25

November 1, 8, 22

December 6

 

8:00-9:00PM

 

Coppermine Cross Keys

4 Hamill Rd, Baltimore, MD 21210

TOURNAMENTS

 

SUMMER

 

Adrenaline Platinum Cup

June 6-7

DE Turf | Frederica, DE

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North America Summer Invite

June 13-14

Kirkwood Soccer Complex | New Castle, DE

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2024 Invitational Championship

June 27-28

John Carroll School | Bel Air, MD

 

NLF Club National Championship

July 17-18

University of Massachusetts | Amhurst, MA

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COACHES

 

Mark Millon

  • National Lacrosse Hall of Fame 2009
  • 2005 MLL MVP
  • 2x MLL offensive Play of the year
  • 2x NLL First Team All Pro
  • 2x First Team All America Umass
  • 2x USA National Team
  • 1994 World Games MVP
  • 2 x All World Attackman, World games
  • University of Massachusetts Hall of Fame
  • Director of Operations; Millon lacrosse camps
  • 20 years over 20,000 campers
  • CPR and AED Certified by the American Safety and Health Institute

Austin Stewart

  • Lynchburg graduate ‘16
  • 2x All-American
  • 4x All-Conference
  • 3x All-State
  • ODAC Player of the year
  • All-State Player of the year
  • NCAA Record for goals scored in a single season (109)
  • 300 career points (School record for career points and goals)
  • CPR and AED Certified by the American Safety and Health Institute

 

About:

Austin played collegiate lacrosse at Lynchburg College under Coach Steve Koudelka.  He was named a captain his senior year.  Lynchburg made an appearance in the National Championship in his junior year when he was named 1st team All-American and broke the NCAA record for goals scored in a season.  Stewart is very passionate about the game and has coached various levels of lacrosse for years.   He currently works as Director of Operations for Millon Lacrosse.

Chris Schallar

  • Played collegiately at Penn State & Michigan State
  • Starting Defender and LSM
  • USA Hockey Level III Certified Coach
  • CPR and AED Certified by the American Safety and Health Institute

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.