OUR COACHING STAFF
The Roc E6 staff isn't your typical group of coaches. The reason we coach is different.
We all have a passion for the game; but more importantly we genuinely want to see
the game of lacrosse grow within the City of Rochester.
A graduate of Gates-Chili HS, who went
on to play four years of college lacrosse at Division II Roberts Wesleyan University. London epitomizes everything that is Roc E6, being
one of the first players to take part in the program back in 2006. London serves as
the Liaison for the program. In addition,
he coaches with FCA [Fellowship of
Christian Athletes] during the summer.
1979 Rush Henrietta H.S.
All County Three years, 1983 Ithaca
college Alumni. 1983 USILA All American Goaltender at Ithaca. Led Ithaca to two final four appearances in four years. Coach Stewart has gone on to coach both Men’s
and Women’s lacrosse for 23 years
locally and regionally.
Coach Stewart first coached in Penfield Youth in 1994, then in 1995 he became
part of the Monroe Community College staff. Coach Stewart went on to Coach H.S. Women’s lacrosse in Pittsford and Penfield NY. While forming his own travel Women's club team with over 200 players at its peak, prior to then becoming Co-Director of what was WNY’s largest Women’s club program known as Lady Roc Lacrosse.
At the same time Coach Stewart was
also an assistant coach at Roberts Weslyan Men’s program. He finished up with four years at St. John Fisher Women’s team, as a defensive & goalie assistant coach on this nationally ranked program. Coach Stewart tried retirement in 2019 before rapidly
re-joining RocE6 to coach and help
develop local student-athletes.
Another graduate of Fairport High School who went on to play college football at Utica College. Byron is a fine example of what the ROC E6 program can do for a young man. He started with Roc E6 as a camper in 2005 and continued to play in the program until 2009 when he moved to Fairport by way of the Urban/Suburban Program.
A graduate of Penfield High School,
Mike has been coaching lacrosse for 11 years. With stints at Gananda, Juanita Lacrosse
in Seattle, Harvest, and Roc E6, coaching has offered him a great perspective on the sport's community as a whole. Mike has been involved with Roc E6 dating back to
his high school years and truly loves
being apart of the team.
Minh played lacrosse at Abington High School in Pennsylvania and at Rochester Institute
of Technology where there was only a women’s club team at the time. After graduation she became an interim women’s lacrosse
coach for the university.
She and a few other teammates successfully lobbied to establish the first Women’s Varsity Lacrosse Team at RIT in 1997.
Since then Minh has enjoyed coaching girls summer league lacrosse in Webster, NY
and currently at Roc E6.
Graduate of Churchville-Chili High School, played lacrosse for four years at Potsdam State University. Jackson is a goalie who's passionate about the sport of lacrosse.
He saw how the game grew in the
West Side Suburbs of Rochester with
good coaching and leadership and wants
to help bring that to the city.
Like his brother Art, Mark has been around the sport of lacrosse for a long time. He spent his high school days playing at Fairport High School and went on to play four years at SUNY Brockport. His passion and knowledge for the sport are unparalleled, as he has served on numerous town boards and is involved with US Lacrosse currently.
A graduate of Livonia High School who went on to play four years of college lacrosse at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Tyler holds the record for most goals in
a season (69) for the Tigers.
Before thinking about playing any high school or college lacrosse, Tyler was coached by Art as a 5th and 6th grader.
A graduate of Fairport High School and
the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Ron's passions for lacrosse spans across multiple decades. He has coached numerous players in the area who have went on to play at the highest levels, some playing professionally. He was one of the founders of the Fairport Youth Lacrosse Tournament that has been going on for 27 years.