John Nostrant is athletic director and head lacrosse coach of The Haverford School. Nostrant has served as the head coach of Haverford Lacrosse since 1991, winning more than 300 games, 2 state championships, and 10 Inter-Ac conference titles. He also helped coach the USA U19 world team to a gold medal in 2008. Nostrant coached at the pro level with the Wings and Philadelphia Barrage of Major League Lacrosse.

John has coached 28 high school All-Americans and has placed hundreds of student athletes in NCAA college lacrosse programs. These programs have included: Syracuse, Duke, University of Virginia, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Navy, Brown, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Bucknell, Villanova and many others.

He has an extensive network of relationships with coaches across all DI, DII, and DIII colleges and universities. As a player, Nostrant was a 3-time All American midfielder at Washington College. He was also a 2-time All Pro who played for the Philadelphia Wings, and the Baltimore Thunder.

Kevin Giblin is the assistant headmaster of Mater Dei School and head lacrosse coach at Georgetown Prep. School. In twenty years under his leadership, Georgetown Prep captured six IAC titles and he has twice led them to a ranking of number one in the United States.

Kevin also helped coach the U19 world team to a gold medal in 2008. He was the Under Armour D.C. underclassmen head coach in 2006 and the head coach of the boys South team in the Under Armour Senior Game in 2009.

Kevin has coached 28 high school All Americans and has placed hundreds of student athletes in NCAA college lacrosse programs.

As a player, Giblin was a two-time captain for the Washington College lacrosse team. He competed in three NCAA tournaments and two NCAA championship games. He also played professionally with the Washington Wave. He was inducted into the Potomac Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2007.

Scott Conklin is the assistant Director of Admissions and head lacrosse coach at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA. In four years at Episcopal, Conklin has improved the team’s win total each season and tied the school record for wins this past season. Prior to becoming the head coach at Episcopal, he was an assistant coach at St. Paul’s school in Baltimore, MD. As the offensive coordinator and associate head coach, he helped lead the Crusaders to the 2004 MIAA “A”Conference Championship and #1 National ranking on

Conklin has coached several high school all-americans and players that have been highly successful at the college and pro levels. He also coached the 2008 D.C. Area Adidas All-Star team.

As a player, Conklin was a two-time All-American and two-time First Team Ivy League attackman at Princeton. He was a captain for the 1995 Princeton team and was a member of the 1992 and 1994 National Championship teams. He also played professionally with the Bridgeport Barrage and the Boston Cannons of the MLL.

Mark Petrone has coached at The Haverford School in Pennsylvania since 2002. During that stretch Haverford has won one state title in 2005, seven Inter-Ac championships, produced 18 All-Americans and seven Under Armour All-Americans. In 2009 The Haverford School won the Inter-Ac regular season championship and the inaugural Inter-Ac Tournament.

He coached at the college level for four years, one at Franklin & Marshall College and three at Lynchburg College. In 1999 he helped guide Lynchburg to its first NCAA tournament. Mark played lacrosse collegiately at Gettysburg College and reached the NCAA Final Four in 1997.

Andy is the Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach and Senior Class Dean at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Maryland. In 2010, Andy was selected the Maryland State Coaches Association Coach of the Year.

Prior to McDonogh, he was Head Lacrosse Coach at Severn and the Woodberry Forest School. He led the Woodberry Forest School to the 2005 Virginia State Championship and was selected Virginia Prep League Coach of the Year.

Andy was Co-Dean of Students and Head Lacrosse Coach at Swickley Academy and led them to 2 Western Pennsylvania Championships in 1997 and 1998. He was selected by both the Midwest Scholastic Association and the Western Pennsylvania Scholastic Association as Coach of the Year in 1997.

Over Andy’s 15 year coaching career, he has successfully placed hundreds of student athletes in NCAA college lacrosse programs.
Tyler Gilbert

Tyler Gilbert has coached and trained lacrosse players in California for the last seven years. As a head coach he amassed a career record of 65 wins and 22 losses, including two state semi-final appearances. He currently works US Lacrosse doing clinics for schools in the greater Los Angeles area and individually trains players looking to play at the collegiate level. He has coached fifteen All-League players and two All-Americans. As a player, Tyler won back to back National Championships, Division III with Washington College in 1998 and Division I with University of Virginia in 1999; the only player in NCAA history to do so.