Boys Lacrosse clone
This section pulls info from Constituent Manager. It is a feed that does not require manual updates on the page.
The above is a Head Coach Element (Andrew) that will only show a head for particular team. We can make this Head Coach Element open in a pop up (or in a page) and then select constituent manager info we want the pop-up to display.
At the moment, Head Coach Element is set to open in a page. This element is called a "shared" element - where by changing display options at the top level we can change/update the way all Head Coach Elements display globally on our web site (so we can either have head coach info open in a pop-up or as a separate page).
What you see underneath, on the other hand, is a list of all coaches. When using this element, we do not have an option to eliminate head coaches from the list. The element will display all coaches or no one.
If we have a way (additional filtering option) of deselecting head coach from this element, the solution could work. We could use Head Coach Element (as you see above) in conjunction with the below. No?
We could ask for a thumb/square size photo to be placed next to each coach's name. View profile would open in a pop-up displaying constituent information we select.
Note - some coaches do not have their constituent profiles properly populated therefore information display is not consistnet yet.
In this section we need to add info manually
The below is the manual approach - copy and paste, plus manual photo input.
Head Coach Andrew D'Ambrosio was the head coach of the boys varsity lacrosse team at Berkshire School from 2015-17 having served as the assistant coach from 2011-14. Coach D’Ambrosio played high school lacrosse at Loomis Chaffee (’06) where he was a four-year letter winner. He went on to be a four-year starter at Williams College (’10) where he helped win the program’s only NESCAC title in 2008. As a close defenseman at Williams, he was a senior captain, a two-time All-NESCAC selection, an ECAC All-New England selection, and a USILA Scholar All-American.
Assistant Coach Mike Eckert started teaching and coaching at Hotchkiss in 2013 having previously worked at Avon Old Farms (CT), the American Overseas School of Rome (Italy), and Blair Academy (NJ). He grew up in Pittsford, NY where he played football and lacrosse, earning All-America honors as a senior attackman and then matriculating to Harvard University where he was a four year starter. As a senior, Coach Eckert co-captained the 1996 team to the quarter-finals of the NCAA tournament, was named Ivy League Co-Player of the Year (with Jesse Hubbard), First Team All-Ivy, New England Player of the Year and USILA Second Team All-America. He earned All-Ivy accolades all four years (2nd Team in ‘93 and ‘95) and was First Team All-New England in ‘95 and ‘96. He graduated as the program’s all time leader in assists and points and was inducted into the the Harvard Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011. At Hotchkiss, he teaches Humanities Prep History and AP U.S. History and is the Associate Dean of Academic Life. He lives in Redlich Dormitory with his wife Heather, three sons Reece, Cormac, and Mather, and his loyal golden retriever Jambo.
Assistant Coach Steve McKibben played long pole throughout his career at Wesleyan University and coached at Springfield College prior to coming to Hotchkiss. He is a familiar face within the ranks of western New England lacrosse. He teaches in the English department and serves as the dean of summer programs. Coach McKibben also coaches varsity basketball.
The boys' lacrosse program at Hotchkiss consists of a dynamic team experience and an enduring opportunity.
Training on the field is about learning the game, improving one’s skill and speed, and understanding the success that comes with teamwork and collaboration. Nothing prepares one for adult life better than learning to be accountable, patient, and motivated.
Our goals off the field get to the heart of the program: community service. With established relationships both local and distant, Hotchkiss lacrosse players leave their best behind by giving of their time and commitment to helping others.
In these ways, Hotchkiss lacrosse players are teammates for life. The friendships made as members of our teams last forever.
-- Chris Burchfield, Head Coach, Boys Varsity Lacrosse
In just the past several years, Hotchkiss lacrosse players have graduated to these and many other colleges and universities: Virginia (2), Middlebury (2), Princeton (2), Tufts (2), Trinity (3), Penn (2), St. Lawrence (2), Colby (2), Denver (2), Harvard (2), Yale, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Colgate, and Holy Cross.
Adam Pascal ’95: High school All-American, NCAA All-American (Middlebury) 2, NCAA Tournament Record Holder (3); NLL Buffalo Bandits and MLL Boston Cannons; NCAA coach: Williams College, Nazareth College, Harvard University, College of the Holy Cross, Babson College; US Coach of the Week (February 2008), New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Coach of the Year, 2007
Matt Striebel ‘97: High school All-American; Ivy League Championship, NCAA Championship (Princeton); MLL Championship (3), USA World Team Gold Medalist (2), Co-founder, Trilogy Lacrosse; writer; high school coach.
Oliver Barry ’01: Western New England First Team All Star, All-Ivy (Princeton) 2; NCAA tournament appearances (4); Founder, Kucetekela Foundation, Zambia; Yale Medical School ’12; Pediatric cardiology, Boston Children’s Hospital
Matt Kavanagh ’12: Western New England First Team All Star, USILA College All-American (Denver) 3, All-conference 3; USA under-19 gold medalist and tournament MVP; MLL championship (Denver Outlaws)
Scott Hooper '14: Western New England First Team All Star; Under Armour High School All-American 2014; Hotchkiss team captain (2), team MVP; ranked #14 overall and #3 among defensemen as a recruit by Inside Lacrosse
Other notable alumni:
Ben Buskey '04 -- St. Lawrence
Miles Kass '04 -- Georgetown
Scott Gourlay '04 -- Colgate
Tee Cahill '04 -- Cornell
Thadd Welch '04 -- Bowdoin
Trip Cowin '04 -- Princeton
Drew Duckworth '05 -- Gettysburg
Gabe Nadel '05 -- Yale
George Calvert '05 -- Cornell
Matt Himler '05 -- Amherst
Matt Magrini '05 -- Lafayette
Mike Barry '05 -- Yale
Scott MacKenzie '05 -- Princeton
Tom Izard '05 -- Bucknell
Haynes Johnston '06 -- Bates
Rom Sivalingham '06 -- Wesleyan
Ryan Burns '06 -- Virginia
Alexander Westcott '07 -- Villanova
Andrew Fowler '07 -- Michigan
Andrew Irving '07 -- Notre Dame
August Kerschner '07 -- Bowdoin
Brendan Deblois '07 -- Denver
Chris Fetchet '07 -- Bucknell
Emerson Eichler '07 -- Denver
Hunter Sprole '07 -- Colorado College
Long Ellis '07 -- Princeton
Luke Aronson '07 -- Yale
Matt Greenberg '07 -- Brown
Raffi Williams '07 -- Haverford
Ryan Alexander '07 -- Union / Notre Dame
Trevor Carlisle '07 -- Trinity
Alex Douglas '08 -- Haverford
Ben Pack '08 -- St. Andrew's
Brian Pomper '08 -- Virginia
Heath Townsend '08 -- Middlebury
Stephen Doodian '08 -- Hobart
Taylor Kenyon '08 -- Washington and Lee
Will Cary '08 -- Roanoke
Baxter Lanius '09 -- Lehigh
Brian Whiston '09 -- Hamilton
Chris Nourse '09 -- Georgetown
Dan Marcus '09 -- Denver
George Sherman '09 -- Brown
Jon Tomashoff '09 -- Trinity
Kyle O'Keefe '09 -- Bucknell
Mike Roe '09 -- Drexel
Pierce King '09 -- Bowdoin
T.J. Cholnoky '09 -- Trinity
Derick Raabe '10 -- Princeton
Jack Ottman '10 -- Washington & Lee
Pierson Fowler '10 -- St. Lawrence
Teddy MacKenzie '10 -- Denver
Charls Hurlock '11 -- St. Lawrence
Gerald Logan '12 -- Michigan
Michael Quinn '12 -- Yale
Chris Dowd '13 -- Tufts
Hunter Krout '13 -- Denver
Jack Sharrio '14 -- Trinity
Jack Worstell '14 -- Richmond
Matt Cardew '14 -- Middlebury
Ryan Tassan '14 -- Trinity
Avery Klinger '15 -- Hamilton
Ben MacShane '15 -- Trinity
Jack Corbett '15 -- Harvard
Kevin Hannan '15 -- Holy Cross
Will Pasik '15 -- Tufts
Lachlan Nash '16 -- Depauw
Matthew Scarborough '16 -- Babson
William Yorke '16 -- Bucknell