We will help you showcase your talent in front of the coaches and recruiters who can help you fulfill your dreams. Bottom line: if you have the talent, inclination and drive to play at the next level, Starz will provide the coaching, guidance, exposure and personal attention to make it happen. Not just words – we have the credentials to prove our claim. Our horizons aren’t limited to Washington’s borders, we are national.
Youth Boys Summer 2018 Teams
- U14 Elite (8th grade/ 2022 HS grad year)
- U13 Elite (7th grade/ 2023 HS grad year)
- U12 Elite (6th grade/ 2024 HS grad year)
- U11 Elite (5th grade & high performing 4th grade/ 2025/26 HS grad year)
2018 Youth Boys Summer Tournaments
Please note that the following tournament schedule is preliminary and may change.
Team registration fees include two coaches per team (offensive and defensive), custom uniforms (reversible, shooter shirt, shorts and socks), two practices per week (on turf fields), and registration fees for five national tournaments (four are US Lacrosse National Championship sanctioned). Fee does not include player travel, lodging or meals to, from and at tournaments.
- U14 Elite – TBD
- U13 Elite – TBD
- U12 Elite – TBD
- U11 Elite – TBD
Scott Kelly leads our Youth and Middle School Boys’ program and is widely considered one of the state’s best youth coaches. In his 10+ years coaching Seattle Select lacrosse, he has led teams to over 40 regional/national tournament championships. Kelly is a Maryland native who played high school ball in the highly competitive Baltimore prep system and club lacrosse at the University of Maryland. Many players Kelly has coached have moved on to play NCAA D1 lacrosse for highly regarded lacrosse programs including Navy, Ohio State, Maryland, and Denver.
Chuck Goodman is the varsity head coach at Eastside Catholic High School where he and his Crusaders won the WHSBLA Private A State Championship, the first for the boys lacrosse program. In his two years leading Eastside Catholic he has coached two All-Americans and 13 All-Conference selections. Goodman played on the Western Washington University men’s lacrosse MCLA D2 club team and was the club’s president his senior year.
Matt O’Neill was a four year member of the Nazareth College Men’s Lacrosse team and 2016 graduate. The midfielder played in all 18 games his senior year. In his final season for the Golden Flyers, the purple and gold went 12-6 overall and 7-1 in conference play falling to Stevens in the conference semi-finals. O’Neill was named to the Empire 8 all-conference first team twice and ended his career having scored 71 goals and 20 assists.
Brian Bruininks – Colorado College, NCAA D1 Ice Hockey
Nick Riley – Washington State University
Steve O’Neill – Rutgers University
Austin Richerts – Western Washington University