High Impact Staff
High Impact Lacrosse takes a tremendous amount of pride in their coaching staff and quality of instructors. We make sure our coaches are great role models with a strong background in education and the sport of lacrosse. All our coaches are highly qualified and look forward to offering their knowledge of the game to the developing lacrosse player.
Coach Drew is the owner and founder of High Impact Lacrosse. Before entering his first season as the Aliso Niguel head varsity coach in 2017 he comes from a long background in lacrosse. After graduating form Somers HS in Westchester County, NY as a multi-sport athlete, he attended a post-graduate year at Bridgeton Academy. Drew then went on to become a 4 year member of the Stony Brook Men's Lacrosse team where he graduated with a BA in American History. He continued his education at Manhattanville College where he received his Masters Degree in Physical Education. He continues to pursue a career as a Physical Education teacher. He was the Head Coach for Irvington HS when he was named “Rivertowns Coach of the Year” twice in during his 8 yrs. During the World Games in 2014 coach Drew joined the coaching staff for the Poland National team. He is currently the Co-Director for Team 91-Tristate which is one of the most well respected lacrosse organizations in the country.
Peter's knowledge of the game started in Shoreham Wading River where he received All-County honors in high school. Peter went on to play at Fairfield University where he was the teams MVP in '08. He continued his lacrosse career playing professional for the NJ Pride, NY Lizards, and the Outlaws. He was a 2X All-Star and still holds the record in the MLL for most face-offs won. Peter was the assistant coach for Adelphi University and is currently the head coach for Northwest Catholic HS in West Hartford CT.
Director of Twilight Lacrosse
John started his lacrosse career at Yorktown where he was a 2X All-American and Under Armour All-American his senior year. He went on to play at Johns Hopkins University where he established himself as one of the best midfielders in the country and was named All-American multiple times. John is currently a member of the Rochester Rattlers team when he was selected as the 17th overall pick in 2013 and was an MLL All-Star his rookie year. During the winter he plays for the Philadelphia Wings in the indoor professional lacrosse league (NLL)
After a great showing in the '16 Final Four, Mike lead the Loyola Greyhounds in Face-offs as a Sophomore. Before he started his college carrier at Loyola he was a three-year starter at Iona Prep. Named the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Face-off Man of the Year his sophomore, junior and senior seasons… Also named the Hudson Valley’s Face-off Man of the Year in 2014
Summer Team Head Coach
Jordan grew up in Bethpage LI where he was was an All-Nassau team member his senior year. He then went on to the University of Albany where he set and NCAA record for most ground balls in a single season with 91. He was named an All-American his Junior year. After graduating with a degree in History he continued his lacrosse career playing professional getting drafted by the NJ Pride with the 10th overall pick. He played for the Toronto Nationals and won the MLL Championship in 2009 in their inaugural season. He was then traded to the Bayhawks and is currently the head coach for the Mercy College Men's Lacrosse team.
Brian Violante-New Rochelle Varsity Head Coach
Eddie Schurr-Johns Hopkins, 2X All- American from Somers HS
Steve Waldeck-Stony Brook All-American, Hamilton Nationals, Team USA
Alex Corpolongo- Stony Brook University, Somers HS,
Brian Prestreau-Penn State midfielder, Yorktown All-American in '13
Matt Dalton-Springfield College, Somers HS
Chris Bocklet-University of Virginia All-American, John Jay HS
Kevin Schurr-West Point, All-American & Valedictorian from Somers HS in ’12,
Savaughn Greene-Stony Brook, 2X All-Section from White Plains HS
JoJo Marasco-Syracuse All-American, 2X All-American from Somers HS
Franke Holiber-Hamilton College, All-Section from Horace Greeley
James Rogers-Pelham Head Coach
Dan Werney-Somers HS All-Section, Keene State, College of Charleston
John Scaperrotta-Brown University midfielder, Dobbs Ferry HS All-Section