Congratulations 2023 Champions!
Coach Paul has been coaching lacrosse for 14 years. He coached girls’ lacrosse at the travel level, middle school(Dumbarton), and club level (SkyWalkers, middle/HS).
Paul started the first KP boys’ lacrosse club team after coaching a KP MYLA boys’ team to the MYLA Championship game. He coached boys‘ lacrosse as head coach for middle school through high school age groups (KP Club, Breakers Club, Dumbarton MS, Wreckers Varsity Indoor). Paul has coached teams to win numerous trophies, including MMILL (Mid-Maryland Indoor Lacrosse League) Champions, Beach Lax Champions, 2x Lax Splash finalists, and Hogan Bay Bridge Brawl Champions. He also previously acquired US Lacrosse coaching certifications in both the women’s and men’s game and was Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and CPR certified. He’s most proud of the very successful Wreckers Varsity Indoor Lacrosse team (combined McDonough/Loyola/Calvert Hall/Towson HS players) he coached for the past several years in the MMILL because it consists of club and school players he previously coached — who even though they now play at different high schools—still get together to play “for the love of the game.”
Paul grew up playing lacrosse in New Jersey. He played rugby in college and after college played rugby with the Maryland Exiles. He subsequently served on active duty as an officer in the U.S. Navy.
Paul has four children who have played national level ice hockey, high level club lacrosse and soccer, and varsity track and lacrosse. His oldest child was recognized as the 2023 freshman athlete of the year for her lacrosse achievements at her D3 college, where she plays both lacrosse and soccer.
Coach Cain grew up in the Baltimore area, attending Calvert Hall and graduated in 1987. He then enrolled at UMBC and walked onto the UMBC lacrosse team and was fortunate enough to play in all 56 games of his career, which at the time was the record for the most consecutive games played. He was an All-American long stick midfielder in 1990 and 1991 and All-East Coast Conference in 1990. In 1989 and 1990, he received the lacrosse team’s Don Auer Award, which went to the team’s unsung hero. In 1991, he received the award for Outstanding Senior Athlete. He participated in the North-South All-Star game in 1991. By the end of his career, he had tallied 294 ground balls, which was a school record. In 2003, he was voted into the UMBC Hall of Fame and was added to the UMBC All-Time Team.
Chris has coached from the youth level to the high school level in a variety of sports, including basketball and lacrosse. He is a certified Level 3 coach with USA Hockey, Level 2 coach for Women’s Lacrosse, and Level 1 certified coach for Men’s Lacrosse through USA Lacrosse.
Chris has been working for the Anne Arundel County Fire Department since 1998. He served as a Lieutenant within the department’s Special Operations and Technical Rescue Team for 13 years. He is now serving as the Captain of the Brooklyn Fire Station and is currently the Program Coordinator for New Officer Mentoring. He is married and has a daughter that plays lacrosse as a Goalie for the University of Pittsburgh.
Coach Moxley grew up in Carroll County competing in a number of travel and club level sports. He
graduated from Liberty High School in 2001 where he played soccer, lacrosse, and ran track and field.
He was recognized as a 1st team all-County and 1st team all-Conference soccer player and developed his
love for lacrosse while playing as a midfielder for the Liberty Lions.
John has been coaching soccer and lacrosse at the club and rec level for over 6 years and holds multiple
coaching licenses through USA Soccer. He believes that you play like you practice and encourages
players to train hard on and off of the field. He has two sons who both play club lacrosse and club soccer with Gunpowder Lacrosse and Hereford Soccer Club.