Coach Jenner grew up in Cincinnati, OH playing at Sycamore High School. He was a four-year starter at the University of Tennessee and led the team to conference titles in 1999-2000. He has over 15 years head coaching experience at Woodland, Vanderbilt, Ensworth, Ravenwood, MBA, Sunset MS and currently coaches at the new Nolensville HS team. He was coach of the elite travel team 'Team TN' and is now coaching the elite travel 'No-Excuse Nashville' team in the summer. Coach Jenner runs the Music City lacrosse team and is President of the Tennessee Scholastic Lacrosse Association. He was named Man of the Year in 2013 by the TSLA. He is a Level 3 certified coach by US Lacrosse.
Coach Speers grew up in Syracuse, NY playing football, basketball, and lacrosse at Jamesville DeWitt High School. Coach Speers graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where he was a member of four straight ACC Championship lacrosse teams as well as the 1991 National Championship team. Coach Speers has been coaching lacrosse for the past 15 years and has started several introductory programs in Nashville. He has also coached boys lacrosse previously at Brentwood High School, MBA, Vanderbilt, Ensworth, and Ravenwood.
Coach Reiser grew up on Long Island and attended high school at St. Anthony's. She played lacrosse for Molloy College on Long Island. Coach Reiser was selected to the All ECC team and was player of the week mulitple times. She has played lacrosse for over 13 years and coached for 5 years; previously coaching with the Long Island Express, Laximum Performance lacrosse camps, and St. Anthony's lacrosse camps. She currently coaches girls lacrosse at USN.
Coach Sturdivant grew up in Balitmore, MD playing football and lacrosse at North Harford High School. Coach Sturdivant graduated from Princeton University where he was a part of two Ivy League Championship teams as well as the 1992 National Championship team. Coach Sturdivant has coached previously at Ensworth and currently coaches at Oak Hill.
Coach Pettit grew up in Philadelphia, PA playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse at Lower Merion High School. He graduated from West Chester University in PA where he was a three-year starter and a two-year captain in lacrosse. Coach Pettit helped his team to two ECAC championships in 2001 and 2003. He has coached at Ensworth and currently coaches boys lacrosse at Woodland Middle School.
Tyler Coleman attended Montgomery Bell Academy where he was named a high school All American in lacrosse and played in North/South all-star game. Tyler attended Hampton Sydney College and lettered in lacrosse. In 1998 Tyler entered the University of Tennessee where he starred on defense for the Volunteers. He was a 3 time SELC All Star and twice an All American selection. In 2000, the Vols won the SELC Championship and Tyler was selected as the conference Defensive Player of the Year. In 2012 he was selected as a member of the SELC 25th Anniversary Team.