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Michael Bocklet - Tristate Director
2016 Major League Lacrosse Champion
SUNY Purchase Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
Denver Outlaws (MLL) - Leading Scorer 2015
Inside Lacrosse MLL "Break-Out Player of the Year" - 2015
Fairfield University - Hall of Fame Member & 4th All-Time Leading Scorer

Coach Bocklet was recently named the first ever Head Men's Lacrosse Coach at Purchase College. Prior to Purchase, Bocklet spent two years as the offensive coordinator at Dartmouth College and two years before that as the assitant coach/offensive coordinator at Cortland State. While at Cortland, Bocklet helped lead the team to it's first ever undefeated regular season. Before entering the college coaching ranks, Coach Bocklet joined his alma mater in 2010 as an assistant coach at John Jay HS were they won a Section Title and earned an 18-2 record. Bocklet also coached abroad for one year after college where served as the local development officer in Manchester, England and was the head of recruiting and coaching for two highly competitive U-16 and U-19 club teams.

Coach Bocklet is a current member of the New York Lizards and won the Major League Lacrosse Championship this past summer. Bocklet has been the top scorer for the Outlaws the past two season. In 2015 he finished 1st on the team in points with 48 and 7th in the league. Additionally, Bocklet held the highest shooting percentage amongst the top 20 league scorers and was runner-up for MLL "Breakout Player of the Year" award. Bocklet was previously drafted by the Long Island Lizards in 2008. Coach Bocklet played collegiately at Fairfield University where he was a four-year starter, captain, and Tewaaraton Watchlist Player in his Senior year. Bocklet also received All-League and All-New England honors twice and competed in the prestigous USILA North-South game. Coach Bocklet left Fairfield as the 4th All-Time leader in points. At John Jay HS, Bocklet was an All-Section football and 3X All-Section lacrosse player. In his Senior year, Bocklet was named All-American in lacrosse after leading the section in points with 108. 


Drew Werney - Co-Director

Coach Werney has been a staple in the lacrosse coaching community in Section 1 and is the founder of High Impact Lacrosse. Drew served as the Assistant Lacrosse Coach to the Poland National Team during the World Games in Denver, Colorado. Coach Werney was the Irvington Head Coach for over 7 years and was named the River Town's Coach of the Year in 2011. Werney was a four year member of the Stony Brook Men's Lacrosse program and graduated in 2008 with an American History degree. Werney conitnued his education at Manhattanville College were he received his Master's in Physical Education. Coach Werney went to Somers HS where he was a muli-sport standout and helped lead his lacrosse team to four-consecutive Section 1 Championships and State Finalists his Senior year. Prior to attending Stony Brook, Werney played a post-grad year at Bridgton Academy.


Jordan Levine - Box Director
NLL - Philadelphia Wings 2008-2012
Mercy College Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
Major League Lacrosse - Champion & 2X All-Star
University at Albany - 2X All-American 

Coach Levine has incredible professional experience in both the NLL and MLL combining for over 8 seasons. His combination of skill and knowledge has made him one of the most decorated lacrosse players to graduate from the University of Albany. As a Great Dane, Jordan was the first midfielder in program history to be named All-American twice. He also helped lead the team to two NCAA tournament appearances in 2005 and 2007. After college, Jordan was selected in the 1st round of the Major League Lacrosse draft and 48th overall in the NLL draft.

Jordan is currently the Head Men's Lacrosse Coach at Mercy College (Division II). In his five years at the helm, Jordan has led the Maveriks to new heights. In 2017 Levine led the program to a school record 12 win season and qualified for the ECC playoffs for the third straight year. Levine and the Maveriks held a national ranking all year and finished the season ranked #13 overall. He has coached a total of 28 ECC All-Conference selections and one CoSIDA Academic All-American.