Ryan Flanagan - Director. Ryan Flanagan was a 3x All-America defenseman at the University of North Carolina while being named NCAA D1 Defenseman of the Year in 2010. After graduation in 2011, Ryan started Team 24/7 Lacrosse to fulfill his passion for coaching and growing the game. He also moved to Charlotte, NC where he started his professional lacrosse career with the Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse. Ryan went on to make 4 Major League Lacrosse All-Star Games in his 7-year MLL career before moving to the Premier Lacrosse League in 2018. Through Team 24/7 Lacrosse, Ryan has assisted numerous lacrosse players in the Charlotte lacrosse community from athletes picking up a stick for the first time to players currently Division 1 lacrosse. Questions about, or for, CAROLINA 24/7 Ryan can be reached via email at email@example.com
Brian Myers Coach Myers, the former head lacrosse coach at Myers Park high school played collegiate lacrosse at Towson University, Where he played in 62 games (a Towson School Record) for the perennial national power. He averaged just under a goal per game on the college field, tallying 56 goals from the midfield, while helping out on 11 others. Two of his goals during his senior season were game-winners, both of which came in tightly contested meetings. His fourth-quarter goal against Hofstra delivered a 6-5 win, while an early fourth quarter goal gave the Tigers an 11-9 win over #17 Delaware that season as well. Myers started as a Freshman and scored 17 goals for the Tigers Final Four team that year. After college he was a midfielder for the Major League Lacrosses' Denver Outlaws for three seasons.
Thomas Passenant Thomas grew up in Charlotte, NC and played high school lacrosse for Charlotte Country Day school where he led the buccaneers to four consecutive state titles. He went on to play college ball at Hampden Sydney College and would earn first team all conference his sophomore, junior and senior years. As a senior, he was elected as an All-American for his work on the field, as well as a Scholar All-American for his work in the classroom. Thomas is a passionate coach, and has been coaching youth lacrosse in the area since 2011 and specializes in defense.
Art Hoffman. Asst. Varsity Coach College of Wooster; Asst. Varsity Coach Ithaca College; Head Varsity Coach Detroit Country Day School; Asst. Varsity Coach Charlotte Country Day School; fourth season coaching with Team Carolina.
Rob Coscia. Lake Norman High School Assistant Coach; Lake Norman United Youth lacrosse coach; Team Carolina high school coach; Mercy College Assistant Coach; Cold Spring Harbor High School Assistant Coach.
Jay Hartnett. Travel Lacrosse ULA (Upstate NY sophomores, Juniors) 2010-2012; Varsity Head Coach South Mecklenburg 2013-2016; Varsity Head coach Clover SC High School 2017- present.
Jeff Farmer Scholastic Athletic Director; Carolina Miners Lacrosse; Head lacrosse coach, Butler High School.
Tim Price Head Lacrosse Coach at Ardrey Kell High School since 2006; former head coach at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut; played at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY; played at Kings Park High School in Kings Park, NY.
Bobby Werhane Bobby has played or coached at the elite level of lacrosse for over two decades. Bobby played high school lacrosse for St. Paul’s School and collegiate lacrosse for Cornell University having learned from Coaches Pietramala,Tambroni, and DeLuca from 1997 - 2001. He was part of top five nationally ranked defensive units during his college career as a three year starter. His senior year he was voted co-Captain and selected to the North-South College All-Star Game.
Kevin Wahl Coach Wahl was born and raised in Farmingdale, NY. At Farmingdale High School, Kevin was a captain for both lacrosse and football his senior year. For football Kevin broke 7 high school records and was named All-State in his senior year. In his senior year of lacrosse, he was a captain of the New York State Class A Champions and was also named all county. Wahl began his collegiate career at Adelphi University before transferring to Hartwick College to play both lacrosse and football. Following his junior season where he started in all 13 games for the Hawks, he was named Defensive MVP. That season, he registered 42 ground balls and totaled 12 caused turnovers. Additionally, Wahl earned team captain honors during both his junior and senior seasons. Since graduation, Kevin has joined the Queens University of Charlotte Men’s Lacrosse coaching staff in the winter of 2017. Kevin focuses primarily on the defense, including goalies and midfielders.
Jimmy Heaney A recent graduate from Queens University of Charlotte where he also played college lacrosse as a midfielder for the past four years. Jimmy has been coaching in the Charlotte area for the past two years across various age groups and is excited for this opportunity to continue.