Bill Edell has an extensive background in the lacrosse industry and brings a wealth of knowledge to our lacrosse community. As a player Bill has excelled at the highest levels of the game playing his collegiate lacrosse at the University of Massachusetts, professionally with both the Boston Cannons of the MLL and Boston Blazers of the NLL, selected high school and collegiate All American and was inducted in to the US Lacrosse Hudson Valley Chapter Hall of Fame in 2005. Bill has resided in Castle Pines for the past 8 years and has coached youth lacrosse at every age group and was the Offensive Coordinator for the Denver Outlaws in 2009 and 2010.
Will Edell has been playing lacrosse since he was 7 years old. He is currently a post grad at Berkshire School in Massachussets, and is committed to play Division I lacrosse at Manhattan College. While playing high school lacrosse in Colorado he won one state championship, was named All-Confernce twice, and was named All-State. After graduating he was inducted into the Rock Canyon High School Athletic Wall of Honor.
Jackson Naylor has been playing since he was eight years old. He is playing Division I lacrosse as a freshman at Canisius College. As a high school player in Colorado, Jackson was named 3x All-Conference and All State. His picture hangs on the Rock Canyon High School Athletic Wall of Honor.
Isaac Abramovitz is a goalie and has been playing lacrosse since elementary school. He fell in love with the sport at a young age and will play at The United States Air Force Academy in 2020. Isaac played lacrosse at Rock Canyon High School for four years where he was named team captain his senior year, first-team all-league, player of the year for Douglas County, first-team all-state, and inducted into the Rock Canyon athletic hall of fame.