Chris was the head coach at McDonogh for thirteen years compiling a 257-9 record. His teams won ten IAAM championships and placed two other teams in the finals. His McDonogh teams were #1 in the country for nine straight years and compiled a 177 game winning streak. Before McDonogh, he was the head coach at Mt. Hebron compiling five state championships and two #1 national rankings and a 106-9-1 overall record. Chris’s overall high school coaching record is 363-18-1. Chris’s M&D 2014 Black team won 23 tournament championships and the M&D 2019 Black have won 25 championships. Most recently, Chris became the head coach at Lake Highland Prep for Varsity team in the 2019 season and led them to win the Florida State Championship. In 2021, he took Lake Highland on a 20 game win streak, ending the season 20-1 in the State Championship. He currently is the head coach for the M&D Orlando 2024 Black team.
Orlando 2024 Black Assistant Coach
Taylor is a native of Ocean City, Maryland where she was a four-time varsity letter earner for the women’s lacrosse team at Stephen Decatur High School. Taylor played club lacrosse for CCLax in Annapolis, Maryland, where she made the All-Galaxy team twice, and helped her team to be two-time National Draw Champions.
Taylor attended the University of Richmond, and was a two-time captain for the women’s lacrosse team. She is a three-time First-Team All-Atlantic 10 performer, and added one Second-Team honor. In her senior year, she was named Atlantic 10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, led the conference in draw controls, and was second in ground balls. She was also ranked third in the country by LaxPower.com for defenders. Currently, Taylor is a Senior Analyst of Digital Analytics at Universal Parks & Resort and is pursuing an Online Master of Science in Analytics degree from Georgia Tech. Taylor has a strong passion for coaching and encouraging the love of defense. She especially loves to break down the art of 1v1 defense and winning the draw control. She understands the competitiveness of women’s lacrosse and wants to bring that passion and expertise to Orlando.
Taylor has now coached for M&D Orlando for two years as the 2024 Black Assistant Coach.
Kaitlin is from Ellicott City, Maryland where she played for M&D Lacrosse 2010 and high school for Our Lady of Good Counsel. While at Good Counsel, she helped the Falcons win four straight WCAC Championships. After High School she went on to play DI lacrosse at Towson University. While at Towson she helped the team to win three Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA) Championships (2011-2014) and made three NCAA tournament appearances with the Tigers. Her In 2013 she was named the CAA Tournament MVP and in 2014 named team Co-Captain as a Senior.
Her lacrosse career continued when she moved to Chicago and began work with Lakeshore lacrosse as the coach of the National Premier 2022 team, Tournament Director, Recruiting Specialist, and Director of Individual and Small Group Training. In order to help her players excel in all aspects of the game, she then studied to become a Certified Personal Trainer through NASM. In addition to her roles through Lakeshore Lacrosse, Kaitlin also coached the Montini Catholic High School as the Head Coach of the Varsity girls lacrosse program through the 2017 & 2018 seasons and began work as a National Girls Lacrosse League (NGLL) Regional Director in the Midwest.
Upon moving back to the East Coast, she began work as the NGLL Assistant Director as well as the MidAtlantic Regional Director. She also stepped in as an Assistant coach for the Kent Island Girl’s Varsity lacrosse team while also working at the Eastern Shore Performance Center as a CPT. Along with these jobs, she most recently took over the role of Club Director / Recruiting Coordinator for M&D Lacrosse Orlando.