Current Aloha Manager of Operations, Coached for Trilogy and Blue Star Lacrosse. Played at Canisius College.
Growing up in Rochester, New York, Colby was around lacrosse at a very young age learning about the game from some of the best lacrosse minds and playing at some of the highest levels of lacrosse. As a young player, Colby was able to attend games at Irondequoit High School and see players such as Joe Walters play, while being a part of a program that has produced alumni legends such as Jeff Long (Navy and Team USA), Paul Cantabene (MLL Baltimore Bayhawks), Andrew Whipple (Maryland), and Joe Walters (Maryland and Team USA). Irondequoit lacrosse teams have won 28 championship titles and have produced 30 High School All-Americans, plus a long list of college lacrosse coaches.
Over the span of his youth and high school playing career, Coach Colby had the opportunity to play in the Irondequoit youth program and study the game under some of most knowledgeable coaches in lacrosse. These influences helped him become a three-year starter at Irondequoit High School before playing Division I lacrosse at Canisius College.
At Canisius, Coach Colby was a member of the 2012 MAAC Championship team that competed in the 2012 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament. Coach Wehner left Canisius College with a bachelor degree in English and a Masters in Sports Administration.
Following college, Coach Colby served as an intern for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) and soon became the Director of Championships for the MAAC. As a Director of Championships at the MAAC, Colby oversaw daily operations for all intercollegiate sports and was the Championship Director for his respective sports, including Cross Country, Field Hockey, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Water Polo, Swimming and Diving, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Rowing and Track and Field.
With a goal to work to work with young athletes, Colby was given the opportunity to work at Rider University as the Coordinator of Athletic Events and Equipment Room Manager. At Rider, Colby managed all the intercollegiate events at Rider University, overseeing all student worker event staff to coordinate the events from start to finish.
Coach Colby lives in Baltimore with his girlfriend and his dog Brodie.
Michael grew up living and playing lacrosse in Baltimore County and graduated from Calvert Hall in 2012. He went to Marymount University where he played four years of lacrosse and was the Community Service Representative for their Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. The Committee met multiple times per year with other SAAC’s to review and discuss NCAA legislation, learn how to get more engagement from other student-athletes and students, and provide a voice for all student-athletes to the NCAA. Michael spent two summers as the assistant coach for Team Lax World. He had a great experience and learned a lot of valuable lessons with coaching and working with players, especially with recruiting. For the past three years, he has been coaching at Dulaney High School as the Head JV Boys Lacrosse Coach. Lacrosse has been his passion for most of his life and he enjoys focusing his time and effort into it.
Michael lives in Timonium with his wife, Emma, and his dog, Loki.
Operations Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator
Kathy joined the Breakers Program in 2016 and is responsible for program communications, registrations, event coordination and customer care. She oversees the Academic Planning Committee and coordinates Breakers Recruiting program. Kathy has a son, Hudson who plays on the Breakers 2023 Blue team. In addition she has a daughter who plays at Maryland and a son that swims for Stevenson.
2024 Head Coach
Four year Goalie starter at Mount St. Mary’s University. Attended Georgetown Preparatory School. Former Laxfactory coach.
2024 Assistant Coach
Andrew Kim – 2024 Assistant Coach
3 year varsity WTW high school, Young Harris college (D2) Captain, Ex-Korean national lacrosse player/captain, Current Westminster wild box lacrosse club, 3 year Varsity Head Coach at Maury High School
Certifications: Level 1 and 2 US lacrosse, CSCS (certified strength and conditioning specialist) CPR and AED certified
2025 Blue Head Coach
Walter Dearborn – 2025 Blue Head Coach
Coach Dearborn is a seasoned lacrosse coach with multiple years of experience from the clinic to college level. Has held a Junior Varsity Head Coach position at Severna Park High School and is currently Head Coach with the Loyola Blakefield Frosh Team. Professionally, Coach Dearborn is a faculty member at Towson University and enjoys spending time exploring Baltimore City with his wife Catherine, son Walter Foley, and dog Myrtle Turtle
2025 Blue Assistant Coach
Austin Dews (2025 Assistant Coach)
Coach Austin Dews played high school lacrosse at Newtown high school in Owings Mills and was a college lacrosse player at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. At Elizabethtown, Coach Dews won two conference championships and made two NCAA tournament appearances. After college, Dews helped with lacrosse clinics for US lacrosse Sankofa group and previously coached for Looneys lacrosse club. Currently, he is an assistant coach for the Fresh/Soph team at Loyola Blakefield.
2025 Blue Assistant Coach
2025 Assistant Coach
Michael Hofstedt is from Severna Park, MD. He attended Severna Park High School where he played lacrosse, soccer, and ran indoor track. Following his high school career, Michael chose to attend Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, PA where he majored in Engineering with a double concentration in Mechanical and Environmental Engineering. At Elizabethtown College, Michael was a member of the lacrosse team for all 4 years where he played LSM and Defense. Michael was elected as a team captain during his senior year at Elizabethtown. During his time, the Blue Jays appeared in 3 conference finals while winning 2 in his Junior and Senior year. These were not only Elizabethtown’s first conference titles in lacrosse but also gave the Jays their first ever NCAA appearances where they secured their first NCAA tournament wins. Following graduation Michael took a full time job in controls engineering in the DMV area. Additionally he has, since graduating, coached at his alma mater Severna Park High School as a defensive coordinator as well as for Looney’s Club Lacrosse.
2025 Blue Assistant Coach
Colin Pastrana (2025 Assistant Coach)
Coach Pastrana grew up playing for AYLA. Switched to BAYS in 6th grade. Played in middle school and high school for Annapolis Area Christian School 2006 -2011. Played in College For Anne Arundel Community College 2012-2014. MIAA B Championship – AACS Lacrosse. NJCAA final four – AACC Lacrosse. ACHA Regional tournament – UMBC Ice Hockey. As a coach, AACS Varsity goalie coach, 1 season. Navy Womens Hockey Goalie Coach, 5 seasons. 2 Region Championships. 2 National tournament appearances. Loyola Blakefield Fresh/Soph team, 1 Season. MIAA Championship.
2025 Naptown Head Coach
Born in Detroit and resident of Severna Park, Jeff is a innovative business leader and coach of several select-level teams in lacrosse, football and soccer. Over the past 25+ years Jeff has coached championship youth and high school lacrosse teams in Michigan, Maryland and California. Jeff began his playing career at Detroit Catholic Central where he achieved All-League, All-State and All-Midwest honors in lacrosse in addition to similar honors and being named a second team, Catholic League All-American in football before being recruited to play both sports at Princeton University. Jeff was a 4-year Letterman as a defenseman and LSM at Princeton under legendary coach Bill Tierney in the same lineup with Warrior Lacrosse founder and world team members Dave Morrow and Scott Baciagalupo that reached the NCAA regionals in 1990 and was an NCAA semi-finalist in 1991. Jeff was also a multi-year All League selection and co-captain on 2-time Southern California club championship team. Jeff is also tech entrepreneur who has lived abroad and traveled to 26 countries and nearly every US state. He co-founded and is Managing Director of Hundredwatt Labs – a software consulting firm serving Global 500 clients since 1997 which is presently incubating a proprietary start-up he created and funded. Jeff also appeared as a lacrosse player in the film American Pie.
2025 Naptown Assistant Coach
Strider played lacrosse at Calvert Hall (1992-1995), Brown (1996-1999), and on the US U-19 team (1996).
2025 Naptown Assistant Coach
Vinny is a Broadneck Highschool Grad, 3x first team all county, 2x All state, Usa All american in highschool. He is a Faceoff guy at York college of PA (2x USILA team of the week) where he earned a 2x First team all conference and USILA Honorable mention all American (2022). Vinny has led the team in Groundballs the last 2 seasons.
2026 Blue Head Coach
Chris Ogle – 2026 Blue Head Coach
Head Varsity Coach at Archbishop Curley since 2014. Prior to becoming the head coach, served as the top assistant since 2002. Helped Curley win back-to-back championships in 2007 and 2008, as the team’s offensive coordinator, then in 2019 as Head Coach. Coached with the Harford Mavericks Lacrosse Club from 2008-2018. A 2002 graduate of UMBC, where he played midfield for the Retrievers. He made two appearances in the NCAA Playoffs in 1998 and 1999. During his career at UMBC, the Retrievers earned a national ranking as high a 8th. Chris is a 1997 graduate of Fallston High School. He was a three-year varsity starter and earned All-County Lacrosse honors. He was also selected to participate in the Maryland Senior North-South Game. In addition to coaching, Chris has taught Social Studies at Curley and is currently the Social Studies Department Chair.
2026 Blue Assistant Coach
Matt Connolly – 2026 Assistant Coach
5 Years Coaching experience with Breakers Lacrosse Club and Dundalk Rec Teams. Founder of the Saint Bonaventure University club lacrosse team. Helped start the Division One program at St. Bonaventure University. Vice President of Dundalk Rec lacrosse.
2026 Orange Head Coach
Ben Holback – 2026 Head Coach
Current Assistant Coach at Boys Latin, Former Head Coach Pikesville High School, Played at Missouri Valley College, Played for Israel National Team, Graduated Beth Tfiloh Community School in 2010
2026 Orange Assistant Coach
Tyler Ferrara – 2026 Assistant Coach
Played at Rosemont College, 3X All-CSAC, Coached with MDX, Current Assistant Coach at Friends School of Baltimore, Coached at Havre de Grace High School, Current Varsity Assistant at Patterson Mills High School
2026 Orange Assistant Coach
CW played high school lacrosse at IMG Academy. He then played at Mount St. Mary’s University for 2 years before transferring to McDaniel college. CW currently plays LSM and close defense at McDaniel.
2026 White Head Coach
Jay Bond – 2026 White Head Coach
Jay Bond was invited to join the Breakers Lacrosse Club Coaching Staff in July 2022. Bond brings over forty years of lacrosse coaching and playing experience to the Breakers Lacrosse Club. He owes his knowledge of the game to having been exposed to some of the greatest coaches in lacrosse history. Bond was introduced to the game by his brother, Frank Bond Jr., who was the first black lacrosse player recruited by Johns Hopkins in 1969. However, it was Tom Lamonica, his JV coach at Friends School that laid the foundation for his understanding of the game. As a varsity attackman, Bond helped the Quakers earn an MSA “B” Conference Championship over Mt. St. Joseph High School in 1978 under the leadership of head coach Carl Ortman, and offensive coordinator Downey McCarty. It was that year that Bond was convinced by guest lecturer at practice Sheldon Freed to pick up a long pole and switch to defense. During the summer of ’78, Bond made the transition to defense while playing in the Heroes Summer League for a team coached by former University of Baltimore coach Joe Hutchins and Dave Cottle. Following his brother to Hopkins, Bond walked on to the Blue Jay squad where he played for freshmen coach Howdy Myers, often considered the father of modern lacrosse. Finally earning a spot on the varsity roster his senior year, Bond was exposed to the fine coaching of Henry Ciccarone, Fred Smith, and Joe Cowan. After graduating from Hopkins in 1982, Bond worked at JHU in the admissions office where he had the opportunity to coach a rec team with his boss and former Hopkins face-off specialist Jerry Schnydman. In 1986, Bond began his teaching career at the St. Paul’s School for Boys in Brooklandville, MD. Behind the leadership of head coach Mitch Whitely, offensive coordinator Rick Brocato, and defensive coordinator Jay Bond combined to help the Crusaders to back to back MSA “A” Conference Championships in 1991 and 1992. The un-defeated 1992 team was voted #1 High School team in the country. In 1995, Bond began teaching and coaching in the Howard County Public School System and in 1997 became the head coach at the newly opened River Hill High School. With assistant coaches John Kenworthy and J.J. Pearl, the Hawks made it to the Regional Finals in the 2000 MPSSAA Tournament. Passing the head coaching job to current Hawks head coach Keith Gonsouland, Bond began to explore the girl’s game as his daughter picked up the sport. Bond returned to coaching in 2003 as the head coach of the River Hill Girls Lacrosse Team and was named Coach of the Year by the Washington Post in 2004. After thirteen years coaching girls, Bond returned to the boy’s game in 2017 and looks forward to sharing his knowledge with the Breakers Lacrosse Club.
2026 White Assistant Coach
Eugene Bosworth – 2026 White Assistant Coach
Westminster HS Graduate
State championship appearance senior year
Served as president for three years and captained two years for UMBC Men’s Club Lacrosse
Managed and led the team to two national tournament appearances
30-12 combined record as president
Named UMBC’s Sports Club Council Officer of the Year in 2014 as first year president (turned a .500 team into a team vying for a national championship)
Coached at Gamber Smallwood Rec and 3d Mid-Atlantic Lacrosse Club
2027 Head Coach
John Bowman – 2027 Head Coach
1999 Graduate and 3 time All-County from Kenwood High School, ECAC champions and Golden Mustang Award while at Villa Julie College, Played at Stevenson University, Coached Sparrows Point HS, 06-07 Varsity Assistant, 2006 Regional Championship Appearance, 2007 Regional Champions, State Semi-Finalist, 08-12 JV head coach, 2-time county champions, Coached rec soft stick u14, 3rd season with Breakers
2027 Assistant Coach
Brandon Hastings – 2027 Assistant Coach
Coached at Stevenson University, Virginia Wesleyan College, and Goucher College, Played at Stevenson University
2028/29 Head Coach
Brendan Tizard – 2028/29 Head Coach
Coach Tizard is a Baltimore native and a graduate of Loyola University Maryland. He grew up playing lacrosse with Cockeysville and then transitioned to club lacrosse with Crabs and Greene Turtle while attending Loyola Blakefield where he was a 10x varsity athlete. Unfortunately, his college career was cut short due to injury. Prior to Breakers, he coached the Cockeysville Rec Council’s Midget and Lightning teams in 2021 and 2022 leading both teams to 8-2 records, respectively. In addition, he conducts specialized development sessions in a one-on-one platform during the summer months. He resides in Roland Park with his wife, Caroline, and mini dachshund, Rosie.
2028/29 Assistant Coach
Vince Demario – 2028/29 Assistant Coach
Vince grew up in Westminster, MD where he got started as a Goalie with the Gamber Rec Lacrosse program at a young age. During Middle and High School, Vince played at Loyola Blakefield through the Varsity level before bringing his career to the collegiate level at Christopher Newport University (CNU), where he studied Molecular Biology and Chemistry. During his final years at CNU, Vince led the NCLL DII Lacrosse program as Team Captain and Head Coach to its first ever Blue Ridge Conference Championship appearance. Since finishing college, Vince has coached at New Town High School (Owings Mills, MD), Westminster High School (Westminster, MD), and individual goalie sessions for all age groups. Since finishing college, Vince has earned a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and has grown a career in medical research at Johns Hopkins and is currently working at Shock Trauma (University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore) with the Center for Shock, Trauma, and Anesthesiology Research (STAR). Outside of lacrosse, Vince enjoys playing soccer, racquetball, and running, including having completed five marathons and a 49-day run across the country (San Francisco, CA to Baltimore, MD) with the 4K for Cancer Program of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (now “The Ulman Foundation”). Vince is excited to join the Breakers Coaching Staff in 2022 and looks forward to developing young players into teammates both on and off the field.