Coach Abney played youth lacrosse in Fallston growing up moving on to Fallston High School '12 where he won a State Championship in 2012 and was a 3 time All Harford County player. He went on to play at York College ('16) where he was a 4 year starter.
Some of Coach Abney's collegiate accomplishments are:
- 3 Time CAC All Conference Award
- 2 Time USILA All American
- USILA All America Scholar
- 2016 USILA North Vs South All Star Game
- Current York College Record Holder in:
Career Save Percentage (60.4%)
Career Wins (53)
Career Saves (704)
Coach Lawrence grew up playing lacrosse with Fallston Rec and went on to play at Fallston High School as a two way midfielder. He was a 3 year varsity starter, 2x First Team All county and 2012 State Champion. After High School he played at McDaniel College as a offensive midfielder & attackman. Coach Lawrence was a 2x All Centennial Conference award winner and the Centennial Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2015. He currently works as a Doctor of Physical Therapy for FX Physical Therapy where he focuses on sports performance rehab and return to sport rehab. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with a background in training high school and college lacrosse players in power, strength, speed and agility.
Ben Jones started his lacrosse career playing for Lutherville. He then attended Loch Raven High School graduating in 2012 where he played close defense as a 4x varsity lacrosse player and 3x captain. Ben was a multisport athlete and also played football all 4 years. He went on to play college lacrosse from 2012 - 2016 for the York College Spartans as a close defenseman, LSM, and SSDM and was noted by his coaches as a hard worker with natural leadership and lead by example. He served as a 2x captain in the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Ben is currently a surgical PA in robotics at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD."
Coach Nohe grew up playing lacrosse with the Overlea Rec program with close friend Mike Mullahey. He went on to play midfield and face off for Calvert Hall graduating in 1994. After High School Coach Nohe was a face off specialist for 4 years at the University of Maryland graduating in 1998. Coach Nohe still play lacrosse today in local adult leagues.
Coach Kyle Leppert is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Kinesiology at Towson University – teaching in topics of exercise science and sport coaching. Coach Leppert has expertise in long-term athlete development and sport performance, and he conducts research on the long-term health of youth and adolescent boys’ lacrosse players. Coach Leppert is entering his 4th season as the Varsity Head Coach for the Hereford HS Boys Lacrosse who he led to a State Championship title in 2021. He is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with over a decade of experience in sport performance coaching for youth across multiple sports. Coach Leppert’s playing career included time as a member of the varsity lacrosse teams at Gettysburg College and Ursinus College, as well as the men’s club lacrosse team at The University of North Carolina during graduate studies. He was an all-County player in lacrosse and soccer at The John Carroll School and started his lacrosse career in the Overlea-Fullerton Rec program.