Quinn went to Medina High School where she achieved All-Ohio and All-Ohio North Teams during all four years of her high school career. She went on to play at Denison University where she was the NCAC Newcomer of the Year (2005), NCAC 1st team (2005-2008), NCAC Offensive Player of the Year (2008), and most recently made the NCAC All Decade Team in 2014. Quinn currently teaches preschool in Medina and is an assistant at Medina High School. This summer Quinn will be coaching Gateway's 2020 girls travel team and will also continue her role as the Director of Administration.
Kelsey played varsity field hockey and lacrosse in high school at Western Reserve Academy, and graduated in 2009. She played college lacrosse at Washington and Jefferson College where she started and lettered all four years. Kelsey has been the Head Coach for Kenston High School for the past 3 years.
Parker just recently finished his freshman year and played lacrosse for DIII power-house Nazareth College. In High school Parker was a two-time first team All-Region player along with being third team All-Ohio as a junior and First team as a senior as a middie. Parker also played football for Kenston where he was a 2nd team All-CVC and CVC All-Academic team.
Audi graduated in '09 from Bishop's University in Canada. He was a captain, two-time All-Canadian defender, and was named Canadian University Lacrosse Graduating Player of the Year. After graduation, Audi traveled to Adelaide, South Australia to play for the Woodville Warriors Lacrosse Club, coached for the college of woo Wooster for 4 years, and later was on the MLL Ohio Machine roster in 2012. He currently is the Assistant Director of Admissions and is the Head Men's Lacrosse Coach at Western Reserve Academy.
Claire Kallio, head coach at Notre Dame College was a four year starter at Medina High School and played on the 2004 Northeast Ohio State Championship Team. Additionally, she earned All-Ohio honors in 2007, while being named the Coach's MVP. She played collegiately at Fontbonne University, in St. Louis, Mo. She was a four year starter for the Griffins, and as the Goalkeeper, she set the program record for wins and saves. She set the Midwest Women's Lacrosse Conference (MWLC) record for most saves in a regular season with 160 in 2011. While with the Griffins, Kallio was voted Most Valuable Defender, Most Valuable Teammate, and in 2011, she earned All MWLC First Team honors.
Kelsey just finished her freshman year a University Of Michigan. She Graduated from Chagrin Falls High School where she earned 12 varsity letters: 4 in basketball, 4 in soccer, and 4 in lacrosse. She has earned the honor as the 2014 and 2015 cleveland.com girls lacrosse player of the year. Owen earned 3 Academic All-Ohio honors in high school. She was also named to first team All-Ohio from the Ohio Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association and was also an All-American her Jumior and senior year.
Mike Perrino earned four varsity letters at Solon High School while also achieving all-state and all-region honors. He is currently playing at Canisius College.
Amanda attended Western Reserve Academy where she attained High School All American and was the recipient of the coveted Western Reserve Academy Gold Medal for athletic achievements. She went on to play goalie at Denison University where she was awarded All-NCAC – 1st Team and IWLCA – All West Region 2nd Team. In 2009, She played lacrosse for the Woodville Lacrosse Club in Adelaide, Australia where she was awarded WLC League Women's Best and Fairest. Amanda was the Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Medina High school where she coached the team to two state championships in 2011 and 2012, a Final Four appearance 2013 and State Runner-up in 2014. Now Amanda is the Head Women's Lacrosse Coach for WRA.
A current senior at Kiski Prep in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Devin has been playing lacrosse for seven years and has been coaching youth lacrosse for three. During his first year playing for Kiski Prep they finished 20-5 and achieved a top 50 rank in the nation while also finishing first in the Pennsylvania Independent conference. Along with playing lacrosse for the Cougars, he also played hockey and received two varsity letters along with helping his team to the ISHL semi-finals two years in a row. Devin will be attending and playing lacrosse at Ithaca College in the fall of 2015.
Megan Lyons was a four year varsity starting player at Kenston High School. She earned all-region honorable mention in 2012 and was a captain her senior year. Currently, Megan is a defender for the nationally ranked division II team, Mercyhurst University.
A High School All American at WRA, Kyle Bernlohr has been working with Gateway goalies since 2011.
Bernlohr is in the midst of one the most impressive goalkeeping seasons in Maryland history, leading the nation in goals against average and save percentage. Maryland men’s lacrosse junior goalkeeper Kyle Bernlohr has been listed as one of 25 nominees for the 2015 Tewaaraton award, which is given annually to the top male college lacrosse player in the United States. He is the lone goalkeeper nominated.
Tristan is a Senior at Chagrin Falls High School and a Vermont lacrosse recruit. He has been named Ohio State Championship MVP and Chagrin HS MVP 1st Team All-Region, and as a Junior he made 2nd Team All-State.
In addition to lacrosse, Tristan is active in hockey where he is the captain of his high school team, and the 1st Team All-Conference leading scorer.
Tristan "TJ" Subel
Josh graduated from Western Reserve Academy in 2008. He was a three year Varsity soccer and four year Varsity lacrosse player while captaining both sports in his senior year. He played college lacrosse at Salisbury and is currently an Assistant Lacrosse Coach at WRA.
Pat was a 3 sport captain (football, basketball and lacrosse) at Kenston High School. He was named Ohio Division II Defensive Player of the Year in football. He was a member of Mercyhurst's national championship lacrosse team in 2011 and started as a s starting strong safety and linebacker for the Mercyhurst Lakers. Pat has worked for Gateway the past five years.
Pat Geiger is the Head Coach at Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA and was assistant coach at SUNY Brockport in Brockport, NY as well as assistant coach for the Varsity Boys' Lacrosse team at Brockport High School (NY).
A native of Fairport, New York, Geiger graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2005.where he played defense on the NCAA Division I Army lacrosse team for Hall of Fame Coach Jack Emmer.