The Lacrosse Master's annual Pottstown, PA Summer Prospect Camp is unlike any camp in the country. Seven coaches from some of the world's finest academic institutions will be on staff for the duration of the camp. The make-up of our World-Class staff and the institutions they represent is unprecedented. All Lacrosse Masters camps are headlined by coaches from both top lacrosse programs and the best academic institutions in the world. Our camp is designed to provide every participant with the best instruction and Guaranteed Exposure to many of the nation's most well respected NCAA Division I, II & III lacrosse coaches from the world's best academic institutions.
This is a MUST ATTEND camp for any player interested in playing at any of these schools. Each participate will be coached and seen by every coach on staff - guaranteed. You will not find this level of exposure and instruction at any camp or tournament.
This Prospect Camp is open to ANY and ALL players in the 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 graduation years.
Taylor Mendoza joined the Amherst College men's lacrosse coaching staff in September of 2015 and begins his first year as the team's recruiting coordinator in 2016-17.
Mendoza joins the Amherst lacrosse program after previously serving as an assistant coach at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. under the direction of head coach Patrick Hart (a former assistant at Amherst) since 2013. While at Skidmore, Mendoza served as the lone full time assistant coach and was in charge of instructing the offensive, faceoff, extra-man, and midfield units. He also oversaw film breakdown, scouting reports, player development, travel logistics, and organizing of prospect events.
“We're all thrilled with the addition of Taylor to the Amherst Lacrosse Family,” said Amherst head coach Jon Thompson. “He is a relentless recruiter, a fantastic evaluator, and a really innovative lacrosse mind. More importantly, he represents perfectly some of our most foundational character traits here at Amherst – humility, modesty, and he has a tireless work ethic. He is a valuable addition to our program, and we couldn't be more thrilled.”
Mendoza is a 2013 graduate of SUNY Cortland where he was a three-year member of the Red Dragons lacrosse program as a midfielder playing for head coach Steve Beville. During his career at Cortland, the Red Dragons amassed a 56-5 overall record, reaching the NCAA quarterfinals in 2011, the NCAA championship game in 2012, and the NCAA semifinals in 2013. Mendoza appeared in 54 games at Cortland, collecting 16 Goals, and 5 assists in his career. He graduated with a degree in Business and Economics.
Matt Callahan was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Tufts for the past two years, in 2015 and 2016, helping the Jumbos win the NCAA National Championship in 2015 and reach the NCAA National Championship game in 2016.
A 2013 graduate of Tufts, Callahan was the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s (USILA) recipient of the Williams C. Stiles Memorial award as the nation’s most outstanding defensive player as a senior. He was a USILA first team All-American in 2012 and 2013.
Callahan also earned New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association first team honors and was a New England Small College Athletic Conference first team pick in both 2012 and 2013.
Callahan was selected as the second pick in the second round in the MLL draft by Denver, drafted 14th overall. He spent the summer playing for the LXM Pro Tour, another professional lacrosse league.
Dan Sheehan, the only coach at Le Moyne College to lead his team to a national championship, is in his 20th season as the men’s lacrosse head coach. One of the nation’s most successful lacrosse coaches, he has posted a 269-46 (.854) overall mark, including five National Championship game victories. Since the turn of the century, Sheehan’s Dolphins are 257-29 (.899). His 269 career victories are the 24th-most in the history of NCAA lacrosse.
The 1995 Ithaca College graduate has guided Le Moyne to 14 NCAA tournament berths in the last 15 years - its only trips to the national tournament in program history. Sheehan is a seven-time Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year, the 2000 USILA Division II Coach of the Year, the 2010 FieldTurf Division II Coach of the Year and the 2013 Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Division II Coach of the Year.
A 1991 graduate of nearby lacrosse powerhouse West Genesee High School, Sheehan resides in Camillus with his wife Kate, a 1995 Le Moyne College graduate, their two sons, Kevin and Ryan, and daughter, Margaret.
J.B. Clarke enters his seventh year at the helm of the Limestone men’s lacrosse program following 12 years at Washington College and one season at Greensboro College. Named the fifth head coach in Limestone history during the summer of 2010, Clarke has an overall career record of 255-77 in 19 seasons and has coached in the NCAA Final Four at the Division I, II and III levels.
Coach Clarke, the 2014 USILA Division II Coach of the Year, currently holds the highest career winning percentage in Limestone history with a 108-9 record (.923) during his first six seasons with the Blue and Gold. He has guided the Saints to six straight Conference Carolinas Regular Season and Tournament Championships and back-to-back NCAA Division II National Championships (2014 and 2015).
A longtime offensive architect, Clarke applied his skill set as the offensive coordinator at Duke University from 1992-96. During his time in Durham, the Blue Devils won an ACC Championship in 1995 and appeared in the NCAA Division I Tournament in 1994 and 1995. The team recorded the program’s first NCAA Tournament win in 1994 with a 14-9 decision over Maryland.
He has also served as an assistant at The Ohio State University and at Roanoke College in Salem, Va. While with Roanoke, Clarke helped the Maroons reach the NCAA Division III National Championship Game during the 1992 campaign.
Currently, Coach Clarke serves on the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Board of Directors and, over the course of his career, has been a member of the USILA Division III All-America Committee, the USILA National Poll Committee and US National Team Selection Committee.
Pat Myers was hired in June 2014 and has spent the last two seasons on the coaching staff for the University of Pennsylvania men's lacrosse program. After spending the 2015 season as the program's offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator, he was promoted to Associate Head Coach ahead of the 2016 season.
Penn went 6-7 overall in 2015, Coach Myers' first season, and finished with a 3-3 Ivy League mark including a win over NCAA Championship participant Brown. Three Penn players earned All-Ivy honors.
In addition to his stint at Penn, Myers was an assistant coach with the United States Under-19 team for the 2016 FIL U-19 World Cup in Canada.
Myers came to Penn from the University of North Carolina, where he enjoyed a stellar stint as the Tar Heels’ Associate Head Coach from 2009-14. UNC made NCAA Championship appearances every year Myers was on staff, including quarterfinal appearances in 2010 and 2013, and put together a 69-30 record during that time.
Myers played his college lacrosse at the Ohio State University, graduating in 2003. He was the GWLL Rookie of the Year in 2000, a two-time All-GWLL selection, and a three-time Academic All-Big Ten recipient. Myers then played professionally for four seasons with the Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse.
Peter Toner enters his third season as the associate head coach for the Penn State men’s lacrosse team in 2017 and his seventh season as a member of the Nittany Lions’ coaching staff after serving as an assistant coach.
As the team’s defensive coach, the 2016 Nittany Lions’ scoring defense ranked fourth in the Big Ten. Penn State's scoring defense ranked second in the 2014 Colonial Athletic Association with 8.79 goals per game. PSU earned its third-straight winning campaign in 2014 and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2013.
Prior to Penn State, Toner spent three seasons as associate head coach at Bryant (2008-10), where he served as the team’s defensive coach and recruiting coordinator. He helped guide the Bulldogs through their transition to Division I as the team went a combined 22-10 during its first two seasons at the nation’s top level.
A 2003 graduate of Springfield College, Toner worked as a graduate assistant at his alma mater for two seasons (2004-05). As a player, he helped lead the Pride to three NCAA tournament appearances. A two-time captain, Toner garnered All-New England honors and was one of two intercollegiate men’s lacrosse players to garner National Strength and Conditioning Association All-America recognition.
In May 2005, Toner earned his master’s degree from Springfield in physical education with a concentration in athletic administration.