All of our staff has a US Lacrosse coaching membership, is at least a US Lacrosse Level 1 certified coach, and are CPR certified. They understand that no two players are alike and will work with you to become the best athlete that you can be.
Girls Head Coach
Jessica has volunteered with various lacrosse programs since she was in high school, starting in 2008. She helped found Vette City Lacrosse and is the Club Administrator. In 2018, she accepted the head coaching position for the girls team at South Warren High School where she is currently coaching.
Boys Head Coach
Nick started his lacrosse career in 2006 in Glasgow, Kentucky. He played for Glasgow High School starting in the 8th grade. He then went on to play attack at Western Kentucky University where he became the president of the program for two years.
His coaching career started when he was appointed head coach at his alma mater Glasgow High School in 2011. He then moved on to coach the conglomerate high school team, Tribe Lacrosse Club, in Bowling Green, Kentucky. In 2017 he became the head coach for South Warren High School boys program where he is still currently coaching. In 2018, he accepted the position of Regional Ambassador for the KLA. In 2019, he was named the US Lacrosse High School Boys Kentucky Coach of the Year.
Daniel started his lacrosse career in 2012 at Mount Juliet High School in Tennessee where he played attack and was the programs founder. He then went on to play at Western Kentucky University where he switched his position and became a standout goalie.
His coaching career started in 2017 as the goalie coach and defensive coordinator for the boys team at South Warren High School.
Ben started his lacrosse career in 2012 playing for the Ashburn Bandits in Northern Virginia until 2016 when he moved to Kentucky. There he started for Tribe Lacrosse Club and was a standout attackman, then played and was a captain for Bowling Green High School in 2017. In 2018 he became a co-founder and two year captain for the South Warren High School program and was named a Kentucky All-Star player.
Jayla started her lacrosse career in 2018 at South Warren High School in Kentucky. There she was a standout attackman and was the programs founder. In 2019, she became a captain for the South Warren High School program and was named a Kentucky All-Star player.