Chris Rotelli (Founder)

Coach Rotelli grew up in Providence, RI attending Moses Brown High School. He went on to play at the University of Virginia, becoming one of the most accomplished lacrosse players of all time. He was Honored with the Tewaaraton Award and the ACC Man of the Year after leading UVA to a National Championship in 2003.


  • Three Time High School All American (1997, 1998, 1999)

  • Three Time NCAA All American (2001, 2002, 2003)

  • Two Time First Team NCAA All American (2002, 2003)

  • USILA Midfielder of the Year (2003)

  • Three Time All ACC (2001, 2002, 2003)

  • ACC Player of the Year (2003)

  • ACC Man of the Year (2003)

  • Tewaaraton Award

  • Played Professionally for 8 years and was a Four Time MLL All Star

  • PAL Championships 2014-2017


Greg Weigel (Director of Training)

Coach Weigel grew up in Maryland playing for legendary coaches John Sothoron and Lenny Casalino, both of whom are in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Coach Weigel then went on to play lacrosse at the University of Denver where he was a standout Attackman and Midfielder.


  • 9th All time Goals per Game at Denver

  • Over 4 high school seasons, Greg led his team to a 62-11 record and a consistent presence in the DC Metro Area Top 10

  • All Met, All State, All County, Southern Maryland Player of the year and a Kelly Award Finalist (2002)

  • Holds Record for Assists in a Season and Assists in a Career at St. Mary’s Rykien

  • Led Menlo School Knights to a 15-6 record, going undefeated in league play (2015)

  • Kent Denver Assistant Coach

  • Foothill High Head Coach (2014)

  • Menlo School Head Coach (2015-2017)


Mo Ryan

Coach Mo Ryan hails from Morris County, NJ where he was a 4 year varsity starter at St. Peter’s Prep. He went on to play at Marquette, captaining both teams from his junior year on. Mo is entering his third season at Sacred Heart Prep.


  • Marquette University HS Assistant  (2006)

  • Assistant Coach at Morristown Beard (2007-2008)

  • Head Coach at Park Regional HS (2009-2011)

  • Defensive Coordinator at Morristown HS (2012-2013)

  • Defensive Coordinator at Stanford (2014-2015)

  • Northern California Assistant Coach of the Year (2017)

  • State Runner Up (2006)

  • State Champion & Prep Champion (2008)

  • Park Regional HS Inaugural State Tournament (2010)

  • NJ HS State Runner Up (2012)

  • WCLL Champion (2014, 2015)

  • PAL Champion (2016, 2017)

  • Associate Head Coach  at Sacred Heart Prep (2016-Present)


Mike Faby

Born in Baltimore, MD, Coach Faby started for three years at The St. Paul’s School helping his team to an MIAA Championship in 2010. He went on to play at Johns Hopkins University in 2011 and 2012.  Coach Faby will be entering his first season as the Head Coach at Archbishop Mitty.


  • 2nd All Time Faceoff Wins at St Paul’s (553)

  • Won 62.8% Faceoff in 3 Years

  • 3rd All Time in Groundballs (257)

  • MIAA Champion (2010)

  • NCAA Quarterfinalists (2011, 2012)

  • Assistant Coach at St Paul’s in 2013  and 2014

  • Assistant Coach at McDonogh in 2015

  • Offensive Coordinator at Denison in 2016

  • MIAA Runner up in 2014 (#12 Nationally) and 2015 (#15)

  • #3 in Final DIII Poll (2016)

  • 2nd Fewest Turnovers (13.25 per game) coupled with the 17th Best Scoring Offense (13.9 per game) in 2016

  • Coached 3 USILA DIII All Americans (2016)

  • Assistant Coach at Menlo School (2017)

  • Head Coach at Archbishop Mitty (2017-Present)


Matt Donovan

Hailing from Morristown, NJ Coach Donovan enjoyed a prolific high school career at Seton Hall Prep before attending the Lawrenceville school in 2011. He went on to be one of the best players in the history of Cornell Lacrosse.


  • NJISAA Champion (2011)

  • MAPL Champion (2011)

  • HM All American (2014, 2015)

  • First Team All Ivy (2014, 2015)

  • Ivy League All Tournament Team (2014, 2015)

  • Ivy League Rookie of the Year (2012)


Chris Clements

Coach Clements grew up in Baltimore, MD attending the prestigious St. Paul’s School. He went on to play at the University of Virginia where he played SSDM before transitioning to a long stick midfielder his senior year.


  • High School Under Armor All American

  • First-Team Baltimore Sun All-Met, All Towson Times, All County as a Senior, setting the single season goal record with 45.

  • Two-Time Recipient of the School’s Best Athlete Award

  • Played in 64 Games at UVA, scoring 4 goals and 3 assists, picking up 125 GBs with 36 CT’


Matt Kugler

Coach Kugler began playing competitive lacrosse as a 2nd grader in Northern Virginia. He played as an attackmen at Robinson Secondary School before taking a Post Grad year at Loomis Chaffee. Coach Kugler went on to play as a midfielder at the University of Virginia, where he captained the team to a National Championship in 2011.


  • Holds Robinson Secondary School record with 312 Career Points

  • Led team to State Titles in 2006 and 2007

  • First Team Washington Post All Met (2007)

  • State Championship MVP (2006, 2007)

  • All Western New England Midfield (2008)

  • Played in 55 Games at UVA, scoring 13 goals and adding 8 assists

  • Helped team to ACC Championship in 2010

  • Captained Team to National Championship in 2011


Jack Huber

From Long Grove, Ill Coach Huber captained his Adali E. Stevenson team his junior and senior years. One of the best players to come out of Illinois, Coach Huber went on to play at Albany. He is entering his second year coaching the JV team at Sacred Heart Prep.


  • US Lacrosse Academic All American (2010)

  • First Team All-North Suburban Conference (2008, 2009, 2010)

  • NSC Champions (2010)

  • 329 Points at Stevenson with 160 Goals and 169 Assists

  • National AP Scholar

  • American East Champion (2013, 2014)

  • NCAA Quarterfinalist (2014)

  • SHP JV Coach (2016-Present)


Max Feely

Coach Feely grew up in Washington DC, attending the Landon School where he captained the team in his senior season. He went on to Cornell, playing an integral role on their defensive unit for three years.


  • HM All American (2010)

  • HM All Ivy League (2010)

  • First Team All Ivy League (2011)

  • First Team All American (2011)


Tyler Kreitz

Coach Kreitz, a Bay Area Native, is a Bishop O’Dowd and UC Berkley graduate who had been involved with the sport of lacrosse for the majority of his life.


  • MCLA National Champion (1998)

  • MCLA Semi-Finalist (1999, 2000)

  • Captain of UC Berkeley Lacrosse (2001)

  • Three Time All-WCLL (1999, 2000, 2001)

  • Three Time All-MCLA (1999, 2000, 2001)

  • Member of USA West Team (2000, 2001, 2002)

  • Assistant Coach at Loyola High School (2003)

  • Defensive Coordinator at UCSB (2004, 2005)

  • MCLA Champion (2005)

  • Defensive Coordinator at Cal (2007)

  • Bishop O’Dowd Head Coach (2008 - 2011)


Wiley Osborne

Originally from Woodside California, Wiley enjoyed a spectacular high school career at Menlo School. He went on to play at Dartmouth where he was a Two Time Captain and a NEILA Academic All-New England.


  • SCVAL League Champion (2010-11)

  • Academic All American (2013)

  • All SCVAL (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

  • Offensive MVP (2011, 2012)

  • Team Captain (2012, 2013)

  • 9th in Assists in the Ivy League (2015)

  • NEILA Academic All-New England (2017)

  • Team Captain (2016, 2017)


Adam Whistler

Coach Whistler is the director of student support at Menlo School, his enthusiasm and positivity are a big asset to ADVNC players. Originally from Boise, ID, Coach Whistler played at Pacific Lutheran and is entering his third year as the Head Coach for the JV Team at Menlo School.


  • Led Menlo’s JV Team to a PAL Championship in 2017


Ryan Macri

Originally from Hamilton, MA, Coach Macri played his high school ball at Governor’s Academy. He is entering his senior year at the University of North Carolina where he will be captaining the team for the second season.


  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)

  • UNC Team Captain (2017, 2018)

  • Back to Back ISL Titles (2012, 2013)

  • HM All-League (2013)

  • The Governor’s Academy Team Captain (2013)

  • University Of North Carolina Team Captain (2017, 2018)


Chris Campbell

A Revere, MA product, Coach Campbell spent his formative years at the Governors Academy where he helped his team to an ISL League Championship his Junior Year. Going on to play at Penn State for a year before transferring and having an excellent career at Fairfield. Coach Campbell is excited to be back on the sidelines at Menlo for his fifth year after a one year hiatus.


  • All ISL (2002, 2003)

  • ISL Champion (2002)

  • Unparalleled Lacrosse Coach (2007-2009)

  • NESLL Coach (2005-2009)

  • Assistant Coach at Menlo School (2012-2016, 2017-Present)


Mike Hutner

Coach Hutner grew up in Fair Haven, NJ, attending Rumson Fair Haven for High School. Named the Shore Conference Player of the Year after helping his team to the Shore Conference Championship, he moved on to Ithaca, NY to attend Cornell University.


  • Shore Conference Player of the Year (2011)

  • All Division (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

  • First Team All State (2011)

  • First Team All-Shore (2010, 2011)

  • Second Team All-Shore (2009)


Connor Hunt

From Alamo, CA, Coach hunt was a leader through De Le Salle’s Section Championship runs, captaining the team his senior season. He continued his career at Cornell helping the team to three NCAA Tournament Appearances.


  • All American (2011)

  • Section Champion (2009, 2010) (WHAT SECTION)

  • First Team All-East Bay (2011, 2010)


Tim LaBeau

From Mountain Lakes, NJ, Coach LaBeau was a standout athlete, being named to all conference teams in three sports his senior season. He left Northern New Jersey to attend Tufts University before transferring to Cornell after his senior season.


  • All State Lacrosse (2011)

  • Team Captain (2011)


Mason Mundell

A three sport athlete from Severna Park, MD, Coach Mundell played his high school ball at Severna Park High School. He went on to play at Limestone where he helped his team to a Final Four all four years he was in college.

  • Maryland 4A/3A State Champions (2007)

  • NCAA DII Tournament Appearance (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)