Home Town: Wilmington, DE
Education: Dartmouth, Duke
Favorite Movie: Forrest Gump, Happy Gilmore, Love Actually, Pixar Movies
Favorite Food: Steak - Oscar Style, Baked Potato, Super Burrito
Played for Duke & Won 2010 National Championship
Jon attended The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, NJ for high school. Following L’ville, as he so fondly calls it, Jon went to Dartmouth College. During his college career, Jon was named an All New England midfielder and captain his senior year. Due to some injuries (shattered thumb & broken ankle), Jon received an extra year of eligibility and was accepted to The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He earned his way onto the Duke lacrosse team, where he played Midfield and man-up, and played a part in winning the 2010 National Championship.
When Jon’s not coaching lacrosse, he’s probably working! But he’s an avid reader who also enjoys golfing and bow hunting during the White Tail Deer season back home. Jon is a spokesperson for DKMS which is the largest Bone Marrow Donation center in the World. (Sign up and maybe save a life!)
Jon loves working for All West because it emulates everything that lacrosse has meant to him. The RAE mentality is something Jon grew up following, before he even knew what RAE stood for. Lacrosse has been the catalyst in Jon’s life that has allowed him to accomplish things he never would have been capable of otherwise, both on the field and off the field. Jon believes All West provides the premier learning environment, both as an athlete and a person, on the West Coast. He enjoys working with and learning from a coaching staff that is overflowing with knowledge, experience, and a desire to give back to the game that gave so much to them.