Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/4/21
Registration open for the 26th Annual Coach Finn Jersey Shore Camp Aug. 2-5 at Stone Harbor.
The event, to be held at 82nd Street Complex, Stone Harbor, NJ, will run from10 a.m.-3 p.m, and is for boys aged 8 to 15.
There will be Chick Fil A and Chipotle Lunch included. Lacrosse instruction and games will be held in field, box, beach, speed and pool lacrosse.
Director: Coach Kevin ‘Coach Finn” Finneran, former Wings great/World Champion and pro coach and recently announced to be inducted into the NLL Hall of Fame. Click here to register. For more info, e=mail email@example.com.
About Coach Finn
For the past 26 years, Kevin has been playing and coaching lacrosse year round. He has gained national success at every level.
2020- Asst Coach Cardinal Gibbons, FL
2017-2019-Head Coach Weston Warriors, FL
2016-2020 Florida Xtreme
2014-2016 Head Coach: Atlantic High School, FL
2013-2014 Broward Barracudas
2011-2013 Director of Delray Riptide
2010 Director of IMG Lacrosse Academy, FL
2009 President: Florida Lacrosse Cup (NY Titans vs. Toronto Rock)
2009 Director-Coach Finn’s Finest
2008 Assistant Coach Moorestown, NJ High School (Champs)
2007 Director of Player Personnel-Team USA Indoor Lacrosse
2006 Head Coach Chicago Machine-MLL
2005 Philadelphia Barrage
2004 MLL New Balance Sportsman of the Year
2004 Assistant Coach: Anaheim Storm-NLL
2003 Long Island Lizards/MLL Champions
Toronto Rock NLL Champions
World Indoor Lacrosse Championships/Team USA Bronze
2002 NLL & MLL All-Star
2002 Heritage Cup Champions- Team U.S.A (Captain)
2001 Philadelphia Wings-World Champions
2001 Long Island Lizards-World Champions
2000 Major League Lacrosse-Summer Showcase All-Star
1999 NLL All-Star
1998 Coach of the Year: Shipley School (PA)
1994,1995,1998 World Champion: Philadelphia Wings
1998 United States National Team: World Champs
1994,96,98 All-Pro: Philadelphia Wings
1996 Head Coach: Lower Merion Middle School.
1991-99 All-Club: Philadelphia Lacrosse Club
1994 Team USA: Alternate
1990 Asst. Coach: Ohio Wesleyan
1989 First Team All-American: Ohio Wesleyan University
1986 1st Team All-Ivy Cornell University