2010 BIG 3 BOYS CAMP COACHING STAFF
Daniel Lawrence returns to the BIG 3 Lacrosse camp as field director for the BIG 3. He is in his first season as head coach at Maritime College in NY after serving two seasons as the associate head coach. Previously Lawrences was the assistant coach at Pfeiffer University. While at Pfeiffer, Lawrence had the pleasure of coaching numerous all conference players and helping the team to reach the semi-final round of the Deep South Conference Tournament.
In July of 2005, Lawrence had the opportunity of coaching in the Prague lacrosse cup where his team finished second behind the Czech National team.
A 2000 graduate of Springfield College in Massachusetts, Lawrence has experience in coaching at every level of lacrosse from youth leagues to college. He played his high school ball at North Shore High School, NY.
Greg Antonelli is in his third year as Sports Information Director/Assistant Athletic Director at Mount Ida College. He joined the Mustangs staff following a one-year stint at NCAA Division III Keene State College, where he served as Assistant Sports Information Director. The Barrington, RI native will work with players attending the camp to create their profile and athletic resume and then distribute those items to the player’s top 5 schools.
Andrew Fink - Mount Ida
Chris Widelo - Mount Ida
Daniel Lawrence - NY Maritime
Steve Batchelor - Curry College
Jim Grande - Mount Ida
Jason Shemenski - Mount Ida
Anthony DiMiao - Mount Ida
Charlie McNeil - Mount Ida
Brett Conley - Mount Ida Alumni
Leo Shidler - Bishop Fenwick H.S.
Will Cullen - North Haven H.S.
Chuck Gordon - St. Andrew’s School
Greg Antonelli - Mt. Ida
Brian Binari - Mount Ida
Jim Grande - Mount Ida Coaching Staff
Anthony DiMiao - Mount Ida Coaching Staff
Charlie McNeil - Mount Ida Coaching Staff
Brett Conley - Mount Ida Alumni and 2009 North Atlantic Conference Player of the Year
Leo Shidler - Head Coach Bishop Fenwick H.S.
Will Cullen - Head Coach North Haven H.S.
Chuck Gordon - Head Coach, St. Andrew’s School (Barrington, RI)
Steve Batchelor will begin his sixth season as the Curry College Colonels’ head lacrosse coach in the spring of 2010.
In 2008, Curry finished with a 6-11 overall record and a 2-7 record in The Commonwealth Coast Conference. The Colonels qualified for the conference tournament as the #8 seed but lost to the #1 seed Endicott College.
Batchelor served as the first assistant and then interim head lacrosse coach at Wheaton College (Mass.) during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. In 2004, he helped guide the Lyons to a program-best 10-5 record and a berth in the ECAC Division III New England Tournament.
Batchelor graduated from Endicott College in 2003 with Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management. He was a four-year letter winner on the Power Gulls’ men’s lacrosse squad, playing as a midfielder. As a sophomore, Batchelor helped guide Endicott to its first-ever Commonwealth Coast Conference title and NCAA Tournament berth. As a senior, he led the Gulls to the ECAC Division III New England championship game.
Brian Binari is starting his third season as the Assistant Athletic Trainer/Equipment Manager for Mount Ida College Ahtletics. Prior to Mount Ida, Brian served as a graduate assistant in the California University of Pennsylvania’s Athletic Training office.
Binari received his BS from Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass majoring in Sports Medicine. He recently was presented with his Master's of Science degree from California University of Pennsylvania. Performance enhancement specialist was primarily where he focused his attention.
Andrew Fink is the owner and director of the Big 3 Lacrosse camp. Fink is currently in his eigth year as the Mount Ida College men’s lacrosse head coach and ninth year with the program overall. He has compiled an overall record of 71-28, including a 45-1 mark versus North Atlantic Conference competition.
Last season, Fink skippered the Mustangs to their sixth straight NAC Championship and a third appearance in the NCAA Division III Tournament. Four members of the 2009 squad earned NAC All-Conference accolades...more
Jason Shemenski is in his second season as assistant coach for the Mount Ida College men’s lacrosse team.
Shemenski was a part of the Skidmore College men’s lacrosse team from September 2003 to May 2007. He participated in the NCAA tournament in the spring of 2005 finishing 14th overall in the country. He was a part of Skidmore’s powerhouse defense that ranked in the top 10 in 2005 and 2006...more
Jerry Mattoon is in his third season at Husson College in Bangor, ME. He is a native of Corning, NY, and has coached lacrosse for more than 10 years. He has spent most of his coaching career in the Washington, DC area, serving as an assistant coach with 2 different programs and head coaching two others.
In addition, Coach Mattoon has taken his lacrosse career overseas, serving as the men’s lacrosse director of the HTHC Hamburg Warriors from 2002-2005. Based in Hamburg, Germany and the Warriors are widely recognized as one of the premiere lacrosse organizations in Europe. While in Germany, he posted a remarkable .975 winning percentage in just over three season with the Warriors. On two separate occasions (2003, 2004), Mattoon led the Warriors to the German Championship game and was twice named Northern German Lacrosse League Coach of the year.
Prior to being named men’s head coach at Husson, Coach Mattoon served as a history teacher and as boy’s varsity head coach at Saint Johns Catholic Prep in Frederick, Maryland. Saint Johns is a member of the prestigious MIAA conference and competes in its “C” conference. Coach Mattoon is proud to say that in his two seasons with the Vikings, he coached four All-MIAA selections and over 10 All-County selections. In 2008, he guided the Vikings to a 13-0 regular season record and an appearance in the MIAA “C” conference championship game. Mattoon was also named the 2008 Frederick County Coach of the Year.