802 Lacrosse Directors:
Reyn Garnett: Founder / Coach: All 802 Boys and Girls teams will be directed and coached by Coach Garnett. Coach Garnett brings a wealth of lacrosse experience having played at both the collegiate and professional level. Coach Garnett was the Assistant Coach at The University of Vermont for 4 seasons, was a two time All American, three time All ECAC selection, three time defensive player of the year, team MVP and captain at Georgetown University. As a senior Coach Garnett was recognized as one of the 20 finalists for the Tewaaraton Trophy, presented annually to the top lacrosse player in the country. Coach Garnett played for the New Jersey Pride and Long Island Lizards in Major League Lacrosse (MLL) and was the 6th overall pick in the first round of the 2009 Draft by the Boston Cannons.
Mike Feitelberg: Director / President of The EDGE: Michael Feitelberg-President and owner of the Sports & Fitness Edge, Edge Kids & Fitness, Edge Physical Therapy and the Parisi Speed School. Mike has been instrumental in the creation of many youth and adult sports programming including the formation of the Edge Lacrosse Indoor League in 2011. As a proud co-founder of 802 Lacrosse Mike has helped integrate the many facets the Edge organization can offer in support of its 802 Lacrosse athletes. The potent combination of extraordinarily high level coaching and the infrastructure the Edge organization offers in terms of strength and speed training, indoor field house/winter training and sports medicine has created a very unique club Lacrosse experience. Mike played lacrosse at the Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School in Waltham, Massachusetts in the College Preparatory Division. Mike has coached for many years at the youth level and was a member of the South Burlington Youth Lacrosse League Board of Directors. Mike also served for two terms as a member of the Board of Director for the New England Health, Racquet and Sports Club Association and is the acting Vermont state representative for the Medical Fitness Association.
Chris Capano – Director / Volunteer Coach: Played his high school lacrosse at Westfield H.S. in New Jersey where he was three year varsity letter winner. Team captain, first team all-state, team MVP and one of a the top three midfielders in the state his senior year. Chris was recruited by a number of Division I programs and selected the University of Vermont where he graduated in 1989. He was a four year letter winner at midfield and an immediate impact player. As a freshman he was one of the teams top six scorers and helped the Catamounts to their best season in program history (11-3). His senior year he was voted team MVP and was selected to play in the New England North/South Senior All-Star game. Chris has taught and coached youth lacrosse for the past ten years in Vermont since moving from New Jersey. He has been instrumental in organizing numerous youth lacrosse programs in the area including indoor programs, summer travel teams, and now the 802 Lacrosse Club. A top level comprehensive lacrosse club for the dedicated player.
Pat Ivory – Director / Coach: For the past five years Ivory has been an instrumental part of the growth and development of 802 Lacrosse. The 2018 season will mark Coach Ivory’s first running the 802 Girls Lacrosse program while continuing to help with all aspects of the boys program. Ivory recently left his job this past summer as the Head Coach at St Michaels college, a role he had held since 2013. Prior to leading the Purple Knights in 2013 Coach Ivory served as an assistant coach at Saint Michaels from 2009-2011 and head men’s lacrosse coach at Middlebury Union High School in 2012. Coach Ivory has been a club lacrosse coach, founded the Lax by the Lake Lacrosse Tournament as has worked at a number of lacrosse camps throughout the summers. During his playing days Coach Ivory spent 4 years as a defender at Saint Michaels and is a native of Saratoga Springs New York.
Dean Corkum: Coach Corkum is a lifelong Vermonter growing up in Woodstock, VT and attending the University of Vermont. During the 2017 season Coach Corkum worked specifically with the 2019 teams. At UVM he was a 4-year starter and 2-time captain of the Men’s Varsity Lacrosse Team. Following his playing career coach Corkum spent two years as a volunteer assistant for the UVM Lacrosse program. A longtime legend in Vermont High School lacrosse, Coach Corkum has been the head coach at Essex High School for the past 25 years.
Trevor Wagar: Coach Wagar enters his second year with the program and will continue to focus on the programs High School teams. Wagar holds a long list of accomplishments playing both collegiately for UVM as well as professionally in the NLL. Locally Wagar was recently hired to be the Athletic Director at Milton High School stepping down as the Head Mens Lacrosse Coach. Wagar has been instrumental in the Milton lacrosse community turning the Mens team into a local power as well as creating a girls program for the school that will start play in 2018. Wagar was also a player and coach for the Vermont Voyagers as well as Team Quebec. Wagar is holds a US Lacrosse Level 1+2 Coaching Certification was the VTAHPERD PE Teacher of the Year 2012, Milton Community Youth Coalition “Outstanding Youth Advocate Award” 2011-2012, United Way Building Block Award 2013, US Lacrosse VT Coach of the Year 2013, US Lacrosse VT Man of the Year 2015 as well as inducted into the Vermont US Lacrosse Chapter Hall of Fame in 2016.
Garnet Smith: Coach Smith begins his 4th year with 802 Lacrosse and in 2017 worked primarily with the 2023 team. Coach Smith played college lacrosse at UVM where he was a 4 year starter as a defenseman. At UVM he captained the Catamounts his junior and senior years while earning America East all conference as a senior. Following graduation Coach Smith was an assistant at UVM, assistant coach at Rice and now the Head lacrosse coach at South Burlington High School. Outside of lacrosse Coach Smith spent 12 years working as a youth counselor and case manager for youth at risk through DCF and recently has started working at South Burlington High School while pursuing a degree in special education. Coach Smith loves the outdoors and is rarely seen without his dog Bonnie.
Ray Gilliam: Coach Gilliam played lacrosse at Hobart College, winning four Division III National Championships. He was the USILA Division III Player of the Year in 1987, as well as first team All-American and Division III Attackman of the Year in 1986 and 1987. In 1987, coach Gilliam was also recognized as MVP at Hobart College and in the North-South All Star game. Ray currently ranks 6th in all-time career scoring at Hobart. In 1989, while playing for the New York Athletic Club, he was named the U.S. Club Lacrosse Association Player of the year. Ray was inducted into the Hobart Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000, and the Long Island /Metro chapter of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2001. Like Coach Garnett, Ray played his college lacrosse for Coach Dave Urick.
Ryan Palmer: The 2018 season will mark Coach Palmers fifth year with 802 Lacrosse. During the 2017 season Coach Palmer worked specifically with the 2018 teams. Currently Coach Palmer is a behavioral specialist with the Williston School district as well as a lacrosse coach at CVU. Coach Palmer was a local standout lacrosse player at CVU High School before taking his talents to Franklin Pierce in New Hampshire. Coach Palmer graduated with his degree in education from Franklin Pierce in 2011.
Luc LeBlanc: Coach LeBlanc enters his fifth season on the 802 Lacrosse coaching staff. Coach Leblanc spent his playing days facing off for UVM. LeBlanc is an all time leader at UVM in ground balls, face-off’s, win percentage and total wins. Coach LeBlanc was a local standout playing for High School power Essex and now works for VSI.
Mike Abbott: Coach Abbott is an educator here in Vermont and currently holds positions with several districts within Chittenden County. 2018 will mark his second year with 802 Men’s Lacrosse and his 3rd year as a varsity coach at BHS. Abbott played midfield for EHS in his heyday under 802 coach Dean Corkum, winning back to back state championships. In 2012 he graduated from Keene State College with a B.S. in Biology and is currently earning his M.Ed at St. Michael’s.
Marley Heimert: Coach Heimert plays college lacrosse at Division 1 UVM. Heimert is a local lacrosse star and 802 Lacrosse alum who graduated from Burlington High school as the schools all time leading scorer, lacrosse all American and 2 time all state member.
Matthew Palmer: Coach Palmer begins his second season with 802 Lacrosse after focusing on the programs 2025 – 2027 teams during the 2017 season. Palmer plays division 1 lacrosse at UVM where he saw action in 6 games as a freshman at attack starting 1 contest. A local lacrosse star and 802 Alum, Palmer played High School lacrosse for CVU where he was a 4 time state champion, All American, All state and Captain.
Ian McKay: Coach McKay will begin his 3rd season as a member of the 802 lacrosse staff and coached the 2018 team during the last season. McKay sits atop the UVM record books as one of the top players in program history. McKay is a college lacrosse All American, America East player of the year, America East Rookie of the year as well as First team All conference for 2 seasons. With one more year remaining McKay is currently 6th in the UVM record books for career points.
Ben French: Coach French plays college lacrosse at local power UVM. As a freshman French was a starting attack men leading the program in goals. His 2.77 points per game led the American east freshman and top in the country among rookies. Comes to Vermont from IMG Academy in Bradenton where he captained the team in 2015 and 2016 … Was a US Lacrosse All-American selection in 2015 … In 2016, was part of the Canadian U19 team that took silver at the FIL World Championship.
Hunter Carpenter: Coach Carpenter begins his third year working with 802 Lacrosse after focusing on the 2022 age group during the 2017 season. Coach Carpenter is also a 802 Alum who was recruited to St Michaels college for lacrosse but transferred during his freshmen season to UVM. Carpenter was a standout for local Stowe High School starting on the defensive side of the ball while also captaining the program.
Andrew Bracy: Andrew Bracy begins his first season with 802 Lacrosse this year. Recently Bracy also joined University of Vermont men’s lacrosse as a volunteer assistant coach in September 2017. Although a native of Carthage, New York, Bracy is no stranger to lacrosse in the state of Vermont. After graduating from Carthage High School in 2011, he headed east to Division III Norwich University in Northfield, VT. As a senior in 2015, Bracy led all Division III faceoff specialists nationally, boasting a .743 winning percentage over 15 games. He was a two-time All-GNAC selection, receiving Second Team honors in both ‘14 and ‘15. In addition, he was named to the NEILA East/West All-Star All-Region Team in 2015 as well as the NEILA Academic All-Region Team that same year and graduated from Norwich as 2nd all time in Face Off wins.
Clark Stephenson: Coach Stephenson begins his second year with 802 Lacrosse after focusing on the 2022 age group during the 2017 season. Stephenson plays lacrosse at Salisbury University where he won the D3 national championship as a freshman. Stephenson is another 802 graduate and local standout from Burlington where he was a High School All American and team captain.
Ryan Jewell: Ryan Jewell was a high school All-American goalie at Lincoln-Sudbury High School in Sudbury, MA and was named the Boston Globe Player of the Year. He went on to be the starting goalie at University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, IN. He holds the Notre Dame freshman record for goals against average, has the 5th best season save percentage in program history, and has been coaching youth lacrosse in Vermont for the past ten years.
Greg Sweet: BIO COMING SOON!!
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Girls Program Coaches:
Brigid Brady – Coach Brady heads into her fifth season as the Saint Michael’s women’s lacrosse head coach. Brady came to Saint Michael’s after serving three seasons as a graduate assistant at national power New Haven, her alma mater. In 2009, Brady gained a tremendous amount of coaching experience in England, working as a lacrosse development officer in Manchester and the head coach at the University of Manchester. Since 2008, Brady has volunteered as a coach with Bridgeport (Conn.) Youth Lacrosse and coached eighth grade girls with the Nor’easter Lacrosse Club. As a decorated player, Brady graduated with New Haven’s career records for points (245) and goals (220). Brady was a two-time team captain at New Haven, IWLCA All-America as well as three all-region honors and four all-conference nods.
Adison Rounds: Coach Rounds began playing lacrosse in 4th grade for the Panthers Youth League before moving on to play with a tryout team, Team 180, in 7th grade. She continued to play with her club team, as well as four years at the Varsity level in high school before receiving an All-America award her senior year of high school. Coach Rounds went on to play at the University of Vermont, and finished her career ranked third in draws and 11th in overall points among the all-time leaders at UVM. Adison has a variety of coaching experience including volunteer coaching for the younger Team 180 teams throughout the years and most recently was a JV coach for South Burlington High School in 2014.
Tiffany Rounds: Coach Rounds grew up playing lacrosse in Denver, Colorado. She played at the Varsity level for all four years at Arapahoe High School and went on to play club lacrosse at the University of Colorado before their team became a Division I program. Coach Rounds has extensive coaching and refereeing experience, including several teams at the youth level, two seasons at her alma mater, as well as previous club lacrosse teams in Colorado. Her most recent coaching experience includes co-coaching the South Burlington High School JV team with her sister, Adison.
Jess Drummond: Coach Drummond enters her second season helping out with 802 Lacrosse after focusing on both the High School and youth teams during the 2017 summer. Drummond is also beginning her second year as an assistant coach with the UVM women’s lacrosse team. Drummond came to Burlington after three seasons as an assistant coach at Dartmouth. Drummond graduated from Oregon in 2012 after a four-year playing career. Drummond left Oregon ranked fourth in program history in career draw controls and fifth in ground balls.
Madison Corkum: Coach Corkum begins her third season with 802 lacrosse. Corkum was a local standout at Essex high school and 802 Alum who now plays lacrosse for the UVM women’s team.
Sydney Cardozo: Coach Cardozo focused on the 2021 – 2022 team during the 2017 season. Cardozo plays lacrosse for D1 power Notre Dame where she enters her senior season.
Bailee Pudvar: Coach Pudvar enters her third year with 802 Lacrosse focusing on the goalie position for the program. Pudvar is an 802 Alum and local star from CVU High school where she was a 2 time all state selection. Pudvar now plays college lacrosse at D2 St Anselem.
Courtney Barrett: Coach Barrett enters her third season with 802 Lacrosse focusing on the goalie position for the program. Barrett is a local lacrosse star graduating from South Burlington HS. At South Burlington Barrett was a 3 time state champion, all American and captain. Barrett is now the starting goalie for D1 UMASS Lowell where she has consistently led the nation in saves.
MEDICAL PHYSICAL THERAPY AND TRAINING
Casey Lee: Strength Training, CPT, Parisi Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach Casey views fitness as both a lifestyle and recreation and he loves sharing knowledge with others! His accomplishments include a B.S.in Business Administration with Minors in Business Analysis and Personal Training from SUNY Plattsburgh. He is a Certified Personal Trainer through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). Casey has experience working with Basketball and Lacrosse players at the high school and collegiate level.
Dan Farnham: PT, DPT, ATC, Director of Edge Physical Therapy
Dan graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy and an Athletic Training Certification from the University of Vermont in 2001. He received his Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 2008. Dan’s specialties include sports medicine and orthopedics. He provides Physical Therapy and Athletic Training services for Saint Michael’s College, Rice Memorial High School, Rice AAA Midget Hockey, the Vermont Frost Heaves, and the Vermont Lake Monsters. He has also done work with the Green Mountain Glades, AAU basketball, American Legion baseball, the Vermont City Marathon, and the Vermont Principal’s Association. He is an adjunct professor and Clinical Instructor in the UVM Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences
Nate Endres: Dr. Endres is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with additional fellowship training in sports medicine, shoulder surgery and orthopedic trauma. He has a certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in orthopedic sports medicine Dr. Endres is an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the University of Vermont and assists with team coverage of University of Vermont and St. Michael’s College athletics. He is an active member of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) Physician Pool.