Central PA Boys Youth Lacrosse Program: 2019 Team Money Evaluations. Our mission is to provide a positive competitive youth lacrosse experience for both our players and their families.

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Team Money Boys Coaching Staff

 

Josh Bergey 

Founder of Bergey’s Lacrosse/Team Money

The Tatnall School

Salisbury University
 

Cumberland Valley Youth Lacrosse- Head Coach

Red Land High School Boy's Lacrosse Coaching Staff

Team Money Boys Coordinator & Coach

 

US Lacrosse LADM 'Champion' (US Lacrosse LINK )



The Tatnall School
            4 x All State Attackman
            2 x All American
           Currently holds scoring record at Tatnall
Salisbury University
        2 x NCAA Men's Lacrosse -

        Division III National Champion
        2 x All American


2003 Team MVP, National Attackman of the Year, National Player of the Year and CAC Players of the Year. Josh led the Nation in scoring with 74 goals and 48 assists. Josh is 6th all time in career assists at Salisbury with 119 and 7th in career points with 237. Josh was the 8th overall pick in the 2003 National (Indoor) Lacrosse League (NLL) draft by the Toronto Rock. Josh also played for  the San Jose Stealth. In the same year, the Baltimore Bayhawks of the Major (Outdoor) Lacrosse League (MLL) drafted him as the 22nd  overall selection. He also played for the Chicago Machine.


2005-2006 Head Coach Marple Newtown High School (before moving to Central PA)
2011-2014 U9 Coach CVYLAX
2014 U15 Coach Central PA Dawgs
            2014 Runner up Laxapoolza
2014 U9 Coach Team Money
            2014 Chocolatetown Tournament Champions
2015 U11 Coach CVYLAX
            2015 Record 16-3
2015 U11 Coach Team Money
            2015 YBSC Fall Tournament Champions
2015 U13 Coach Team Money
            2015 Aloha Tournament ‘Steeltown’ Champions
2015 Earned a bid to attend Tournament of Champions (National) held in December 28-31st in Wesley Chapel, Florida



 


Ethan Wakefield

Lower Dauphin High School

Ferrum College

Current Head Coach Red Land High School Boy's Lacrosse

2016 Elizabethtown College- Assistant Coach
 

Ferrum College 2011-2014
     2015 SEILC All-Independent Team
     2015 SEILC Title- Ferrum College
     2015 Lead his team in assists

2014 U15 Coach Central PA Dawgs
            2014 Runner up Laxapoolza

2015 U13 Coach -Team Money
            2015 Aloha Tournament ‘Steeltown’ Champions
2015 Earned a bid to attend Tournament of Champions (National) held in December 28-31st in Wesley Chapel, Florida


2016 Assistant Coach -Elizabethtown College


 
In High School Ethan earned varsity letters: in soccer, football, basketball and lacrosse. Ethan continues to play lacrosse after graduating college with MacDaddies Money.

 

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Chris Kaczmarski 

Mainland High School

Stockton College

Mainland High school
            2012 All American
            2012 Team MVP
            2012 Lead his Team in assists and groundballs.
            2011 Team MVP
Stockton College (2016)
2012 to Current Assistant Director- Bergey’s Lacrosse Clinics/Camps (PA and NJ)
2015 U9 Coach-Team Money

*2015 Capital Classic Lacrosse Tournament Champions

2016 U11 Coach- Team Money

*2016 Laxpalooza Champions

*2016 First Capital Classic First Runner Up

 
Chris commutes from Southern New Jersey to Central PA to coach with our program. He is truly dedicated to growing the game! 


 

    


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Katie Bergey

Ridley High School
Villanova University

 

Cumberland Valley Youth Lacrosse Boy's U7/U9 Coach

Cumberland Valley Girls Lacrosse Director and 5th/6th Coach

US Lacrosse Central PA Chaper-Communication Chair- 
Team Money Director & Coach

U7 and U9 Boys Coach- CVYLAX
U9 Boys Coach-Team Money

*2015 First Capital Classic Lacrosse Tournament Champions

*2016 First Capital Classic Lacrosse Tournament Champions

            

Girls Elementary and Middle School Coach- Team Money Girls

2016 Mechanicsburg Youth Lacrosse- Elementry Girls Coach

 

 

 

Coach McKenzie

Coach Seigal 

Coach Grace

 

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