Keevin Galbraith is a native of Paoli, Pennsylvania, where he attended high school and played lacrosse at Malvern Prep. Keevin was a student-athlete at the University of Delaware and was a four year defensive starter on the lacrosse team. At Delaware, Keevin earned All-tournament team in 2000 and 2001, 1st team All-Conference in 2001 and was one of two players from UD to play in the North South game in 2001. He was also chosen as one of the top 40 Seniors in 2001 to play in the 1st MLL combine.
After college, Keevin was signed as a free agent by the Philadelphia Wings in the NLL, where he played five years, from 2002 to 2006. To improve his indoor game, he went to Vancouver, Canada to play for the North Shore Thunder during 2002 and 2003 summers. He was then picked up by the New York Titans as a free agent in 2006, and played three years before desiding to retire. In 2007, Keevin was 1 of 23 players chosen to play for the USA indoor national team, and helped the team win a broze medal. Keevin also played for the world champion Philadelphia Barrage in 2006. In 2010 Keevin was asked to be an assistant coach for Team USA in the indoor world games where he coached the likes of Casey Powell and Paul Rabil.
Keevin earned a Health and Physical Education degree at UD and Masters in Special Education from Wilmington University. He has been teaching for the past 12 years in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He also has coached soccer, wrestling, and basketball at middle and high school levels. Formerly he was an assistant lacrosse coach at Avon Grove High School, Tatnall School and was the Head coach at Sanford School. Currently, Keevin is teaching Drivers Education at St.Marks High School and will assist their lacrosse coaching staff this spring. He is also a personal trainer for high school and college athletes.
Keevin and his wife Steph are proud parents of 3 beautiful little girls named Keeley(5), Peyton(3), and Savannah(1) Galbraith
Chris Collins Assistant coach of Drexel University/ Assistant coach Philadelphia Wings (NLL) He coached 4 years as an Assistant Coach at the University of Delaware. He was directly in charge of Goaltenders and the is the Offensive Assistant to head coach Bob Shillinglaw. Collins a Former All American and Three Time Captain from 2000 - 2005, earned second team All-CAA honors each of the last two seasons, was a three-year starter in the nets for the Hens and was named the team's Most Valuable Player in 2005. He also earned the team's Sportsmanship Award and played in the annual USILA North-South Senior All-Star game.
In recent University of Delaware Lacrosse news in May 2008, Collins was named to the 60th Anniversary All - Time Team, receiving 1st Team Honors, along side fellow Blue Hen Alums and MLL Stars Alex Smith, John Grant Jr.
Jason Motta is a native of Cortlandt Manor, NY where he was an All-American as a senior and a three-time Empire State games selection at Lakeland-Panas High School. Jason Motta enjoyed an outstanding career as one of Delaware’s top playmaking/scoring midfielders and face-off specialist for the University of Delaware from 1998-2001. He led the Blue Hens to America East conference titles in 1999 and 2000 and an NCAA quarterfinal berth (elite eight) in 1999.
A four-year letter winner, he earned first team All-America East honors in 2001 when he served as team co-captain. He continued his playing career as a member of the MAB Paints (GMH) team in the Philadelphia in USCLA and ALL. In December 2005 he was drafted by the Philadelphia Barrage in the 12th round of the Major League Lacrosse draft. Motta went on to help the Barrage win two World Championships in 2006 and 2007. His team made it to the MLL final four in 2008 and lost to champion Rochester Rattlers.
Motta was a part of the University of Delaware men's lacrosse coaching staff from 2003- 2006 and still volunteers on a part time basis. He is one of only two players in school history to play and coach for Delaware in the NCAA tournament The other being Pro lacrosse LLC co-founder Chris Collins. Motta earned his degree in physical education with a minor in coaching, with honors, from the University of Delaware in 2001. He taught one year at Claymont (DE) Elementary School before taking his current position as Director of Athletics a health and physical education teacher and middle school boy's Lacrosse Program founder/coach at The Independence School in Newark, DE where he has served since 2002. Motta left the UD coaching staff to start The Independence School lacrosse program and Pro Lacrosse LLC. He has also been active with Fellowship of Christian Athletes since he was a student-athlete at Delaware, and he has remained on FCA staff as a camp instructor, player, and speaker.
Motta and his wife Christine, who was a standout basketball point guard at Seton Hall and Delaware, and their two boys, Drew and Trent, reside in New Castle, DE.
Matt Hall brings a wealth of experience and knowledge at he defensive and goalie positions. He began his playing career at St. Mark's HS (DE) where he achieved All State honors 3 consecutive years as a goalie and then a college career at UMBC where he was a three year starting defenseman. After college he spent 4 years as the Men's Ministry Director with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes where he coached youth, high school, and elite college teams. Matt is currently coaching lacrosse at the Independence School in Delaware.
Native of Long Island NY
Played College lacrosse at Cornell University
Coached D1 lacrosse at Cornell University
Bubba Johnson (302 Alumni)
Graduate Played 4 years at D1 Mount St Mary's.
AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR: Appeared in 14 games for the Mount while making 13 starts...Recorded 22 goals and 10 assists on the year...Ranked second on the team in goals, assists, and points...Had a season-high five point performance in win over VMI, tallying three goals and two assists...Also had a hat trick in win over Bellarmine...Scooped up 14 groundballs on the year...Recorded a pair of goals against Saint Joseph's, Bucknell, Georgetown, Robert Morris, and Furman
AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR: Named First Team All-Northeast Conference in the midfield after tallying 16 goals and nine assists for 25 points...Tallied three goals and an assist in 14-11 win at Delaware in season opener...Also notched three goals and an assist UMBC...Posted hat trick in 19-16 win at Sacred Heart...Scored pair of goals against VMI, Robert Morris and Bryant...Had two assists in consecutive games against Richmond, Georgetown and Furman...Had 10 ground balls on the year.
AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE: Started all 15 games on attack for the Mount in 2015...Finished second on the team in points (25) and goals (17)...Led the squad with eight assists...Had four goals in the Mount's 12-11 win over Bucknell...Chipped in a hat trick in 10-2 win over Sacred Heart...Had two goals and two assists against Delaware...Had a six-game goal streak during the year...Added 26 ground balls and five caused turnovers on the year...Picked up five ground balls against Delaware.
AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Led the Mount in both goals (13) and points (20)...Recorded first collegiate goal in season opener at Maryland...Tallied a hat trick in the Mount's 9-6 loss to Drexel...Posted two goals and an assist against both Bryant and Manhattan...Had 52 shots and 20 ground balls on the year...Had season-best three assists at Bucknell.
AS A FRESHMAN: Was a redshirt for the 2013 season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named All-State as both a junior and senior in high school...Helped lead team to conference title and a spot in the state finals as a senior...Is the all-time assist leader at Caesar Rodney High School...Recorded over 100 points in each of his junior and senior seasons...Earned All-America honors as a senior.
PERSONAL: Parents are Trevor and Elizabeth Johnson...Has two siblings...Born August 27, 1993...Majoring in business.
Brooks Johnson (302 Alumni)
Graduate Played 4 years at D1 Mount St Mary's.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played lacrosse all four years, starting his final three seasons,at Caesar Rooney High School…Was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection while earning All-State honors once …Member of National Honor Society and Academic All Conference…Also played soccer and served as a team captain.
PERSONAL: Parents are Trevor and Elizabeth…Has two siblings, Ryne Owen and Gehrig Burke…Birthdate is
November 5, 1992...Majoring in criminal justice.
Ryan McQuiade (302 Alumni)
D-Pole For Yale
Off the Field:
- Inner City Lacrosse coach to bring lacrosse to the kids in inner city New Haven
- Mentored two kids for a summer, teaching them lacrosse and helping them with school work
- Volunteer for the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership group and the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association in Delaware
Before Yale: Two-time captain and four-year letterman at Dover High School… First-team all-state and all-conference in 2013… Played only six games due to injury but still earned all-conference (first team) and all-state (third)… Had 161 caused turnovers and 180 ground balls over his last two seasons (39 games)… Helped team to state quarterfinals in 2013… Played on Team 302 and was selected to play in the MVP and the Hotbeds Tournament All-Star Games… Nike Camp Defensive MVP… 2014 U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American… Played two seasons of soccer at Dover and was MVP of the JV team in 2011… Two-time high school class president… Graduated with 4.0 GPA and earned four scholar-athlete awards… National Honor Society and Principal’s Leadership Award… Governor’s School for Excellence… Boy’s State Conference.
Personal: Ryan Christopher McQuaide is the son of Robyn and David McQuaide… First lacrosse player from Dover High to play Division I… Worked as a coach for Team 302… Mentored and cared for two young boys as a part-time job.
Kevin Sheahan (302 Alumni)
Started as a freshman at Delaware. High School
Competed with the soccer team under Darryl Gravatt and the lacrosse team under Matt Faircloth at Caeser Rodney High School. Was selected to First Team All Henlopen Conference for both lacrosse and soccer (2012-2015). Was named captain of both the lacrosse (2013-2015) and the soccer (2013, 2014) teams. First Team All State lacrosse (2013-2015). First Team All State soccer (2013, 2015). Second Team All State soccer (2014). Mens High School All American lacrosse (2015). US Marine Corps Male Distinguished Athlete (2015). DIAA Male Scholar Athlete of the Year (2015). Member of the National Honor Society
Kevin Patrick Sheahan. Born on 08/21/1996 to Kevin and Lee Ellen Sheahan. Has two older sisters, Rebecca and Colleen. Father is Chief of Pediatrics at Nemours Pediatric Care and mother is a Bayhealth Nurse as well as a substitute teacher. Hobbies include fishing, bowling and working on the farm. He follows the New York Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, and the Detroit Redwings. Currently majoring in Histroy Education with hopes of being a high school history teacher.
Team tri-captain for second straight season in 2017 • talented midfielder who has been derailed by injuries the last two seasons • suffered season-ending injury in season opener vs. Bucknell in 2016 and suffered a second season-ending injury in pre-season drills this past fall • has played in 32 career games with 26 starts at Delaware • team's active career leader in assists (24) and No. 2 in points (46) and goals (22) • also has 72 groundballs and 12 caused turnovers.
Enjoyed outstanding career at Concord Carlisle High School followed by one post-graduate year at Deerfield (Mass.) Academy • played four years of varsity lacrosse at Concord Carlisle for head coach Tom Dalicandro and was captain of eam that went 22-0 and won the state title his senior year • earned All-State honors and led team to No. 6 national ranking • scored 53 points as a senior and had 92 points for his career • also played four years of ice hockey where was captain as a senior and led teams to two state semifinal appearances • three-year varsity performer in football as a wide receiver and safety • team went 13-0 and won the state title his senior year • played one lacrosse season at Deerfield in 2013 for head coach Chip Davis and led team to 14-1 record and the New England championship • scored 24 points and earned first team All-New England honors and earned Rhodes Cup as team MVP • also played football at Deerfield.
Second-year member of the squad as a sophomore • will add depth to the midfield unit.
Four-year standout in lacrosse at Bishop Shanahan High School for head coach Jon Heisman • four-year varsity member who started his final three seasons on the first midfield unit • led teams to league championships in both 2013 and 2014 • earned first team all-league and second team all-area honors as a senior and second team all-league honors as a junior • also played two seasons of basketball as a freshman and sophomore • honor student • played for Duke's Lacrosse and Mesa Fresh Lacrosse club teams.
Eric Nicholas Giannetti ("jee-uh-netti") • born Oct. 16, 1995 • son of William & Sonia Giannetti • both parents graduated from Ursinus (Pa.) College • father is a vice-president at TD Bank • youngest of three children • honor student as a sport management major at Delaware • would like to become sport manager or coach after graduation • has works at a golf club and as a lacrosse camp counselor during the summers • enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding, and fishing in his spare time.
John Bernard "Jackson" Finigan III • born Oct. 1, 1993 • son of Jack and Teri Finigan • youngest of six children • honor student as a finance major at Delaware • has worked as a caddy at the Concord Country Club, served in internship with Fidelity Investments, and taught youth lacrosse over the summer months • enjoys running, football, hockey, and golfing in his spare time • plays the piano • favorites pro teams are the New England Patriots (NFL) and Boston Bruins (NHL) • father played golf and ice hockey at Babson College.
Rhett Schweizer (302 Alumni)
Looking to make a strong impact at the defense position in his first season with the Blue Hens.
Competed on the St. Marks High School Lacrosse team under Mark Reynolds and the Football team under John Wilson. Served as a captain of the football team (2014-2015) and the lacrosse team (2014-2015). As a member of the lacrosse team, was named first team all state (2013-2014, 2014-2015), and third team all state (2012-2013). As a member of the football team, was named third team all state (2012-2013).
Rhett James "Baby Rhino" Schweizer; born on 06/28/1997 to Paul and Lori Schweizer. Father and mother both graduated from the Univeristy of Delaware and both work as physical therapists. His father also played football for the Blue Hens. Has three older sisters Courtney who plays lacrosse for Johns Hopkins, Taryn who plays lacrosse for Monmouth University, and Hayley who also plays lacrosse for Johns Hopkins. Has a younger sister as well Kendra. Has a hobby of collecting sports jerseys and favorite teams include Browns, Cavaliers, Pirates and Flyers. Currently an exercise science major with a goal of working in the field of prosthetics and orthotics.
Starting Goalie For Cabrini
Major: Business Administration
2016: Named to CSAC Honor Roll (3/7)... Appeared in 17 games, recording 13 starts... Ranked 2nd in CSAC and 28th in Division III with 7.91 goals against average... Posted 123 saves... Recorded at least 10 saves in 7 games... Tallied 16 saves against No. 3 RIT... Secured 34 ground balls... Caused 5 turnovers... Led Cabrini to wins over No. 5 Lynchburg (2/27), No. 9 Ohio Wesleyan (3/12) and No. 10 Stevenson (5/11).
2015: Named to All-CSAC Second Team... Named CSAC Player of the Week (3/9)... Named USILA South Defensive Player of the Week (3/11)... Appeared in all 19 games, recording 18 starts... Ranked 15th in the NCAA with a 6.78 goals against average... Recorded 143 saves... Posted 16 saves at Dickinson (3/7)... Recorded 15 saves against Ithaca (3/28)... Allowed 2.93 goals per CSAC contest.
High School: Attended Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, Pa.
Midfielder for Lynchburg
2016: Saw time in 20 games with three starts in his junior year, an asset to the man up attack...netted four goals while adding four assists and one groundball on the year...netted a goal while adding an assist in two games, the first against Endicott on 3/15, and the second against then Top 25 opponent Stevenson on 4/2...scored a goal in the first round and semifinal games of the ODAC Tournament.
2015: Sophomore midfielder played in 16 games and had two goals with an assist . . . saw playing time in all five NCAA Tournament games, and scored an important goal against Salisbury in the Quarterfinals.
2014: Freshman middie, worked his way up to the third line towards the end of the season…played in both NCAA tournament games...scored his first career-goal and notched his first-career assist in win over Shenandoah...picked up two ground balls on the year…will be asked to contribute more in the midfield with graduation losses.
Before LC: Started all four years for Saint Marks High School in Wilmington, Delaware…Third team all-state as a junior…honorable mention all-state as a senior.
Minor: Fraud Investigation
Jake Walsh (302 Alumni)
Jake was a 4 year standout midfielder At St Marks High school in Delaware. Jake played his club lacrosse ball with Team 302 and was recruited to play at D 3 powerhouse Lynchburg. Jake is one of our top shooting/ Midfield / attack instructors.
Garrett Cannon (302 Alumni)
High School All American for Salesianum. Plays College lacrosse for Washigton and Lee. Was a former 302 Alumni. Cannon was also the starting quarterback for Sallies and is a great example of a student athlete to our 302 players.
D-pole for Stevenson
As a Sophomore (2016)
- Appeared in 12 games on the season.
- Recorded three ground balls on the season.
- Had a caused turnover at Lynchburg (4/2).
As a freshman (2015): Appeared in six games for the Mustangs in his rookie campaign ... made his collegiate debut in a conference victory versus Hood (4/7) ... registered a caused turnover in a win at Arcadia (4/11).
- Played at St. Mark’s High School (Grad. 2014), earning five letters
- Second Team All-State
- Two-time First Team All-State
- Also played football for St. Mark’s
- Played in the Top 205 All-Star Game
- Criminal Justice major
- Has one brother, Van
- Son of Van and Denise Adams
Bobby Benditt (302 Alumni)
- transferred to Guilford from the University of Tampa in 2015
- earned four varsity letters at Avon Grove High School under coach Eric Jackson
- played in the Delaware Hotbeds All-Star Game
- won 75% of his face-offs as a junior
- helped Avon Grove to two state playoff appearances and the 2009 Chestmont League title
- also lettered two years in football
- served as a student ambassador and studied in Europe for three weeks
- played club ball with Team 302
- son of Bob and Michelle Benditt
Jimmy Blaszkow (302 Alumni)
- Captain Salesianum 2017
- Marrimack Defenseman
- 4 year player Goucher College
- Sanford HS Graduate
- The Independence School Assistant coach
Jamie Spuance ( 302 Alumni)
- Captain Tower Hill School 2017
- Midfielder Framklin & Marshall
Chris Selva, a standout goalkeeper at University of Delaware rival Hofstra University the previous four seasons, joined the Blue Hens coaching staff in September, 2015.
A native of Parkland, Fla., Selva will serve as a volunteer coach and will closely with the Blue Hens goalkeepers. He joins a staff that includes longtime head coach Bob Shillinglaw, associate head coach and offensive coordinator Byron Collins, and new assistant coach and defensive coordinator Dana Wilber.
“Chris is also a great addition to our program as our volunteer coach,” said Shillinglaw. “Chris’ major responsibilities will be working with our goalies, running the substitution box during games, and scouting and assisting with all aspects of our program. His CAA background and overall energy will be a major plus to our program. Our staff is excited to have him with our program.”
Selva, who earned his degree in sociology with a minor in general business from Hofstra in May, 2015, had a standout career for the Pride in the nets.
He served as captain of the team in 2015 and earned second team All-Colonial Athletic AssociationÃƒƒ¢€ˆhonors in both 2013 and 2014. He led the CAAÃƒƒ¢€ˆin goals against average in 2014 (8.29), was second in both goals against average (7.61) and save percentage (.602) in 2013, and was third in goals against average in 2015 (7.83).
He worked the past two summers as goalkeeper coach and defensive coordinator for Team Revolution Lacrosse youth team out of Long Island, N.Y., was a summer camp instructor at Hofstra and Johns Hopkins the previous four summers, served as a sales rep for Lacrosse Wear out of Margate, Fla. in 2008-11, and was head coach of the Florida Xtreme youth team in 2012.
"It's an honor to be able to start my coaching career at a school with such a rich lacrosse tradition,” said Selva, who will reside in Elkton, Md. “I am extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to learn under a veteran staff and to be able to work with such dedicated student-athletes.”
Selva was a four-year standout at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and was named a high school All-America as a junior and senior. He also was the 2011 Sun Sentinel Player of the Year.
Mark Cyron (302 Alumni)
Current Assistant coach Eastern University.
Former D-man for Eastern University. Was a stand out All American for Salliesianum. Mark brings his knowledeg of the recruting process and high level coaching ability. Mark is also a former team 302 Alumni who came through our program and was recruited to play in College.
Assistant Coach Maryland
After graduating the university of Delaware Tyler became an assistant coach with UD as well as joined team 302 coaching staff One of the nation's top faceoff specialists • Inside Lacrosse Preseason Honorable Mention All-American • preseason All-Colonial Athletic Association honorable mention pick by league coaches • missed most of the fall practice but has regained form this spring • fourth-year member of the squad and three-year letterwinner • will be team's top faceoff specialists for the third straight year • one of just nine players to rank in the NCAA Top 20 in faceoff winning percentage each of the last two years • member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Under 19 Team in 2011 • for his career, has played in 50 games and won 443 of 795 faceoffs (.557) while recording 214 groundballs and scoring two goals • No. 5 on Delaware's career faceoff winning pct. list (.557) behind NCAA legends Steve Shaw (.707 in 1983-86) and Alex Smith (.692 in 2004-07) • 443 career faceoff wins ranks No. 5 at Delaware and 795 attempts ranks No. 6 • four-year letter winner
Kevin Barrow (302 Alumni)
Graduate of St Joes University D1
T-1st all-time in career games played (62)
2015: Northeast Conference Second Team selection... USILA Scholar All-American... Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area selection... Recipient of SJU's Scholar-Athlete Award for third consecutive year... Made 16 starts... Totaled 21 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers... Averaged 1.31 ground balls per game... Ranked third on team in caused turnovers... Tallied at least one ground ball in 12 games... Recorded season-high three ground balls and matched career-high three caused turnovers vs. Wagner... Posted two ground balls and three caused turnovers at Delaware... Scooped up three ground balls vs. Hobart... Recorded two caused turnovers in Northeast Conference opener at Bryant... Caused turnover and earned ground ball with 40 seconds remaining in regulation to give SJU possession en route to game-tying score vs. Bryant... Anchored defensive unit that led nation in man-down defense (80%) for second consecutive year... Named to NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2014: NEC Second Team selection… Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area selection... Recipient of SJU's Scholar-Athlete Award for second consecutive year... Named to NEC Spring Honor Roll... Made all 15 appearances with 14 starts… Ranked third on team in caused turnovers (16) and fifth in ground balls (32)… Averaged 2.13 ground balls per game and 1.1 caused turnovers per game… Averaged 2.0 ground balls per game and 1.2 caused turnovers per game in NEC contests… Posted six games with three or more ground balls… Recorded three games with three caused turnovers… Registered season-best games in wins over VMI and Mount St. Mary’s with four ground balls and three caused turnovers in each contest… Tallied four ground balls in NEC semifinals against Hobart.
2013: Started all 16 games... Ranked second on team in caused turnovers (12)... Picked up 22 ground balls... Picked up at least one ground ball in 12 different games and at least two ground balls in seven games... Recorded three ground balls and caused two turnovers in CAA action against Hofstra... Picked up two ground balls in CAA win over Massachusetts... Secured season-high four ground balls and caused one turnover at #10 Lehigh... Recipient of SJU's Scholar-Athlete award.
2012: Saw action in all 15 games with 12 starts... Picked up 15 ground balls and caused eight turnovers... Registered one shot on net.
High School/Personal: Three-time All-Chesmont selection... Two-time team Defensive MVP and 2011 overall MVP... Chosen to 2010 Adidas All-American Regional Team, 2009 Philadelphia Showcase All-Star Team, and EPSLA Showcase twice... Three-year varsity letterwinner... Played club lacrosse with the Dukes and won the 2010 National Championship... Also lettered in football... 2011 Academic All-Area selection for football... Majoring in political science.