Trent Carter, born and raised in the Baltimore area, Carter has deep Lacrosse roots. Carter started playing before grade school and eventually played for one of the most prestigious Lacrosse High Schools, Boys Latin; a nationally respected Top 20 high school program. He later went on to Hobart College playing Attack and Midfield going to 3 National Championship games and earning National Championships in 1991 and 1993. After college, Carter was the Assistant Coach at Bucknell University, whose team still holds the schools’ only undefeated record in 1996. Carter is currently the Head Coach and Upper School Dean of Canterbury School in Lee County and previously coached 5 successful seasons at Barron Collier, where he was named Coach of the Year for all 5 of those years. He also was US Lacrosse Gulf Coast Chapter Coach of the Year in 2014. Since taking over at Canterbury he has won 3 District Titles which the school had never done prior to his arrival. Carter has established relationships with MadLax and the Crabs. Both programs are consistently ranked nationally in the top 5 Lacrosse Programs and Carter hopes to continue partnering with their elite program offering Lee and Collier’s top players a chance to perform at the National Club Level. After a long career in sales and coaching, Carter has decided to follow his passion for Coaching Lacrosse after he was offered a job to be the Head Lacrosse Coach and Dean of Students by Canterbury.