TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 7/17/17
Registration is open for the Team 91 Maryland boys’ club tryouts on Aug. 5 & 6 at St. Paul’s School in Brooklandville, MD.
Tryouts are open for boys in the classes of 2019 to 2027.
Team 91 Maryland is entering its 3rd year and is built on a foundation of player development. All training and development is headed by national Hall of Famer and former MLL MVP Mark Millon. The program features a fall development program and an instructional true box program in January and February. The teams, across all age groups are AA caliber and won 10 league or tournament championships since inception. The customer service, facilities and gear are unmatched. Finally, our coaching staffs are built on men that are great teachers and posses a passion for the game. 91 Md has a consistent curriculum across all ages so as boys move up the latter there is consistent methodology on team offense, team defense, and technique.
Some of the things that separate Team 91 from other travel teams:
• Intense Training by the Team 91 Directors for all offensive and defensive players, as well as special training for goalkeepers and FOGOs.
• Access to some of the most competitive and exclusive tournaments in the nation
• The most giveaways and freshest gear around!
For more information on Team91, access the website at maryland.team91lacrosse.com.
Team91 Maryland Coaches
Director of Player Development
2022 & 2024 Head Coach
National Lacrosse Hall of Fame 2009
2005 MLL MVP
2x MLL offensive Play of the year
2x NLL First Team All Pro
2x First Team All America Umass
2x USA National Team
1994 World Games MVP
2 x All World Attackman, World games
University of Massachusetts Hall of Fame
Director of Operations; Millon lacrosse camps
20 years over 20,000 campers
2019 Head Coach
Former Team Captain at Johns Hopkins University
Defenseman for Chesapeake Bayhawks
Playing career includes stops at Reading Rockets of PALL and Baltimore Bombers of NALL
Eric DiProspero played his collegiate lacrosse at Johns Hopkins University under Coach Dave Pietramala. DiProspero played 5 years for Pietramala and was named a Captain for the Blue Jays his Redshirt Senior season after battling back from a severe knee injury. He led a defense that finished the season ranked 6th nationally. DiProspero saw action in 41 career games as a defenseman and member of the Man Down unit. After graduation, DiProspero has spent two seasons with the Chesapeake Bayhawks and went on to transition his career to the indoor game where he became a member of the Reading Rockets of the PLL and the Baltimore Bombers of the NALL.
DiProspero brings the edge of coaching that kids love to play for. His competitiveness runs rampant on the sidelines during games. DiProspero has an unparalleled knowledge of the game and defensive schemes allow him to coach his players to overachieve their potential.
2019 Asst Coach
Played collegiately at Penn State University
3x CAA All Conference
Playing career includes stops at Reading Rockets of PALL and Baltimore Bombers of NALL
Colton played his collegiate lacrosse at Penn State University. As an midfielder he was an offensive force for the Nittany Lions. Vosburgh helped lead the program in 2009 playing in all 14 games and finishing 4th on the team in scoring. A 3-time All-CAA Conference player and recipient of the Michael J. Jacober Memorial Scholarship for excellence in athletics, leadership, and academics, Fusion is proud to add another great player and coach to our staff. After Penn State, Colton continued playing semi-pro indoor lacrosse for two seasons in Reading and Baltimore.
Following in the footsteps of his father, All-American D1 midfielder and legendary local coach Bruce Vosburgh, Colton excels as a teacher of the game and inspires players to work to their full potential. While summer club teams, camps, and individual training sessions has been Vosburgh’s primary focus, Colton has lengthy tenures with both Philly Fusion and MD RoughRiders and looks to continue that with Team 91.
2020 Head Coach
1990-1992 Head Coach Hero’s Lacrosse in Howard County
1995-1997 Coached Howard County Rec Lacrosse
2005-2014 Head Coach Catonsville Travel & Rec Lacrosse
2010-2012 Assistant Coach & Head Coach Rock Lacrosse Club
2012-2015 Head Coach Breakers 2020
A graduate of Mt. St. Joe HS, Brent is one of the most respected club level coaches in Baltimore. Known for his calm yet fiery demeanor, team first attitude, and holistic approach to educating the young player, Brent is the perfect coach/mentor for our 2020 athletes.
4 year starter at Towson State University 93-96
1996 Unsung Hero Award-SS LSM/ Two time NCAA Tournament Participant
European Championship Finalist-1999 German National Team
2 time State Champion-Towson High School
North/South All Star team
Towson High Asst Coach 1997- State Champions
Looney’s 2020 AA Assistant coach Fall 2011- Summer 2014
Breakers 2020 Head Coach, NYPLL 2015 Champions, NXT Cup 2015 Champions
A 4 year letter winner at Towson University, Scott was a 2 time NCAA Tournament participant and received Unsung Hero honors. He was a varsity lacrosse assistant coach at Towson High School, where he led the Generals to a State Championship (1997). Scott was a member of the Germany National European Finalist Team (1999). A North/South All Star, and 2 time State Champion, Scott was an outstanding player at Towson High School. He was the Lightning Commissioner and Travel A Coach for Carroll Manor Rec Council.
RIT Midfielder 2003-2006
Team Poland Att/Mid 2010-2014
Team Poland Asst Coach 2010-Current
MBA Clarkson University
Originally from Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Colin now resides in Baltimore. After an all-star college career at division 3 powerhouse RIT, Colin moved to the international circuit where he starred for Team Poland in the past two FIL World Championships. Colin continues to play in some of the most competitive national club events as well as serve as a coach and advisor to Team Poland.
2021 Head Coach
2024 Assistant Coach
Catonsville Community College, Assistant Men’s Lacrosse
Pikesville High School
Franklin High School
MD Wolfpack Lacrosse (HS & Youth Club Lacrosse)
Maryland Youth Lacrosse Association (MYLA)
Coached various members of the Australian National team
Sent players to Florida Tech, Wingate, Washington College, Army, Marquette, UMBC, and Stevenson, Towson, Maryland, High Point, Navy, Stevenson
“Some elite players are not elite coaches and some elite coaches were not elite players. Nick is one of the most knowledgeable guys I have been around, Ive had him under me on my staffs for a few years and his ability to reach kids and connect them is truly unique. Hes a student of the game and he is a teacher pure and simple” – Program Director Mark Millon
2022 Asst Coach
2025 Asst Coach
Played collegiately at Penn State & Michigan State
Starting Defender and LSM
USA Hockey Level III Certified Coach
Chris recognizes the evolution of today’s lacrosse game and the resulting need for quality coaching at the youth level requiring both an understanding of today’s game and the ability to connect with and properly instruct youth players. Chris played collegiately on Michigan State’s last varsity team and then at Penn State. After graduating he played for three years with the Mt Washington Lacrosse Club then traded in his lacrosse stick for a hockey stick. Always a multi-sport athlete, Chris appreciates the physical, and mental, benefits that come from playing multiple sports. Playing hockey and coaching youth hockey has also shaped Chris’ coaching style and teaching philosophies as hockey development at the youth level focuses on play in tight spaces, high intensity, individual skill development, and creativity.
Director of Faceoff Play
2022 Assistant Coach
Class of 2000, 4 Year starting F.O. Middie, 3 year Team Captain Stevenson University
1000 Career F.O.s in College with 4 year avg win percentage of 68%
Gold Award Recipiant
Unsung Hero Award 1999 Season for leading team to ECAC Title game
3rd best F.O. win percentage in D3, while starting five games with broken right hand and maintaining 67% season win percentage.
8 Years Assistant Coach/F.O.
5 years Coach Gamber Rec
1 Year Coach Gonzo U11B Club
1 Year Coach Tradition U11A Club
Scott was a 4 year F.O/ Middie for Stevenson University where he served as a 3 year Team Captain. Scott is known for his dominance on the faceoff from his 4 year average winning percentage of 68%. He is a recipiant of the Gold Award, and was named Unsung Hero in 1999 for leading the Mustangs to the ECAC Title game.
Steers brings a tremendous wealth of coaching experience to the program. With over 10 years in the coaching circuit Scott is a well known and well respect coach. Team 91 is pleased to announce Scott Steers as our Director of Faceoff Play.
2023 Head Coach
Graduated Mt. St. Joseph
Towson University ’88 to’92
Midfield/face off specialist
Talbot County 2010 – 2015
Coach and Director youth lacrosse program
Prime Time Lacrosse Camp staff 2008 – 2015
Breakers assistant coach 2023
Jay has over thirty years of lacrosse experience. He graduated from Towson University, where he was a midfielder and face-off specialist for four years. Recently inducted into Towson University’s Hall Of Fame as part of the 1991 Semifinalist team. Coaching youth lacrosse for over 10 years, and have helped staff youth lacrosse camps around the Baltimore area. Jay’s goal is to make sure every player learns the skills and techniques needed to play at the highest level. He shall emphasize proficiency, sportsmanship, and teamwork, while engaging the boys so that they may become as
2025 Head Coach
High school: Captain and All county Havre de grace high school
Postgraduate: West Point prep school postgraduate in Army
NCAA:Towson University, played on 1991 ncaa finalist team
TU hall of fame team of distinction
Kelly post rec
Ltrc rec outdoor and indoor
Lax world club
McClure has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to coaching youth and high school players. McClure is currently the Recreational Coordinator for LTRC for 7-8, after previously serving as coordinator for 5-6 and 3-4. With over 10 years experience in coaching McClure is a strong and solid addition to the Team 91 Coaching Staff.
David James Wehage
2025 Assistant Coach
1984 MD State Boys Lacrosse Championship Team member
1986 Selection to play in the Leukemia All-Star Lacrosse Game
Edgewood High School Lacrosse MVP 1986
Edgewood High School Scholar-Athlete Award Winner
Full Athletic Football Scholarship to Towson State University (1992 Graduate) -3 Year Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach- Havre de Grace High School
Assistant Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach- Edgewood High, Joppatowne High -Assistant J.V. Lacrosse Coach- C. Milton Wright High School
12 years coaching at Harford Lacrosse Camp
Offensive Coordinator- Team 91 2025
2026 Head Coach
Assistant Program Director
Lynchburg graduate ‘16
ODAC Player of the year
All-State Player of the year
NCAA Record for goals scored in a single season (109)
300 career points (School record for career points and goals)
Austin played collegiate lacrosse at Lynchburg College under Coach Steve Koudelka. He was named a captain his senior year. Lynchburg made an appearance in the National Championship in his junior year when he was named 1st team All-American and broke the NCAA record for goals scored in a season. Stewart is very passionate about the game and has coached various levels of lacrosse for years. He currently works as Director of Operations for Millon Lacrosse.
2026 Assistant Coach
2024 Assistant Coach
4 year Atarting Attackman at the University of Maryland (1980- 1983)
Captain 1983 team
Graduated 3rd on the all time points scoring list (Currently 6th)
2X 1st Team All-ACC Attackman
2X1st Team All American Attackman
Captained South team in 1983 North/ South College All Star Game
Member of the Baltimore Chapter of the Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Played 3 years with the Washington Wave of the NLL
Coached various youth age groups in both the Cockeysville and Lutherville Timonium Rec programs
Graduate of the Gilman School
Assistant Goalie Trainer
2015 graduate, Johns Hopkins
2015 Big Ten All Academic team, lacrosse
“I always loved watching Eric play at Hopkins. He played with a great deal of energy and is very fundamentally sound. We have a great crop of young goalies and I am really excited to have Eric come out and help train the boys.”- Mark Millon, Director of Team 91 MD