Confirmed Coaches for ProgramsUpdated Monday December 14, 2015 by Peak Lacrosse Academy.
Confirmed Coaches for the 2016 Season are:
Ben McIntosh - Born and raised in Coquitlam, Ben currently plays professionally for the Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse team in the NLL and just won the 2015 NLL Champions Cup. In the 2015 NLL Entry Draft, Ben was taken 1st overall and in his first year with the Rush, he totalled 86 points in 18 games landing him the 2015 NLL Rookie of the Year Award. During the summer, Ben returns home to play WLA Senior A with the Ridge Meadow Burrards. Ben earned a scholorship to Drexel University where he played for the Drexel Dragons and in his final year, reached 65 points in 18 games and now holder of most goals in one season record at Drexel. Ben is a 2-time All-American NCAA College athlete and has his MLL professional rights held by Chesepeake Bayhawks. As a member of the Coquitlam Junior A Adanacs, Ben won a Minto Cup in 2010
Matthew Dinsdale - A team mate of Ben's all through Minor Lacrosse, Marty enjoyed similar success but chose to enter the NLL draft right out of Junior A. In his final year in Junior A with the Adanacs, Marty put up a league-high 95 points claiming top scorer in the BCJALL. Marty was drafted by the Calgary Roughnecks 7th overall but was traded to The Rush in the 2015 season, joining Ben on the 2015 Champions Cup winning team. Marty has also started his career as a Personal Trainer at Innovative Fitness. He was also a member of the 2010 Coquitlam Junior A Adanacs winning a Minto Cup.
Kyle Sorensen - Recently named Assistant Coach of the Vancouver Stealth, Kyle has played in the NLL since 2007 and was the Captain of the Stealth before a Knee injury sidelined him for the 2015 season. Kyle is also an Assistant Coach for the Coquitlam Junior A Adanacs. Born in Peterborough, Ontario, Kyle has won a Minto Cup with the Peterborough Junior Lakers and 4 Mann Cups with the Peterborough Lakers. A natural leader on and off the floor, Kyle will bring a winning pedigree to our program and demand hard work from all participants.
Jarrett Davis - Port Moody born and raised, Jarrett also plays on the Saskatoon Rush along with Marty and Ben and won the Champions Cup last year. Jarrett has played in the NLL for the past 6 seasons and is a pivotal playmaker for the Rush Offense. Jarrett was originally drafted by the Rochester Knighthawks but was part of the deal to move Paul Rabil from Edmonton. Jarrett was also drafted by the Hamilton Nationals in the MLL after graduating from Bellarmine University. Jarrett is also a Junior Adanac alumni.