Next Level 2026 Blue



# Name Position
0 Caden Augustin Goalie
1 Sam Nester Midfield
2 Joseph Mitchell Defense
3 Cole Reposa FOGO
4 Jude Buchanan Goalie
5 Wills McLaughlin Midfield
6 Griffin West Attack
7 Thomas Crossett Midfield
8 Hugh Kaplan Defensive Midfield
10 Colt Happ LSM
11 Dominic Jenkins Midfield
12 Michael Anderson Attack
13 Henry Dion Attack
14 William Mackey Attack
15 Brendan Stanislav Midfield
18 Dillon Coates Defense
22 Simon Baldwin Midfield
23 Brady Nee Defense
27 Carter DeSanto Midfield
33 Ben Palma Attack
38 Gio Fernandez Midfield
44 Kaisen Wohlgemuth Defense
77 Tommy Sullivan Defense
99 Joseph Tuohey LSM
Next Level 2026
Program Schedule, Benefits, and Costs for the 2021-22 Season
Mandatory Uniform ($175) plus Potential Travel Team Helmet ($250)
*Next Level Travel Teams are ordering new uniforms for the 2021-22 Season, but keeping our same helmets
*matte navy blue helmets are mandatory for lower and middle school optional for high school
$250 – Matte Navy Blue S Helmet
$50 – 2 White Shooting Shirts with new design
$50 – New Carolina Blue / White Game Jersey
$40 – New Navy Blue Shorts
$35 – New Carolina Blue Practice Reversible
Fall ($800)
Two practices per week, at WES, The Heights or Landon
Three to four tournament days in late October or early to mid November
Early priority access and 20% off fall clinics at WES
Optional HOCO Fall Lacrosse League (voted on by parents, price not included)
Winter ($550)
One practice per week, at WES, The Heights or Landon
Optional Indoor/Box Lacrosse League (location TBD)
Early priority access and 10% off winter clinics at WES
Spring ($850)
Two practices per week at WES, The Heights or Landon
One to two preseason tournament days
Participation in the Howard County Lacrosse League (games on Sundays in March, April & May)
Early priority access and 20% off spring clinics at WES
Summer (Cost subject to change based on tournament fees, estimate of $950)
One practice per week, at WES, The Heights or Landon
Three to four tournament days in late June or early to mid July
Early priority access and 20% off summer clinics at WES


Dane Smith

Coach Dane Smith has extensive experience on both sides of the college recruiting process and a terrific track record of success as a lacrosse coach.

Coach Dane was the Head Coach for St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland. In his first 6 seasons, Coach Smith has a 65% winning percentage and most recently his team secured back-to-back conference titles. Many of Coach Smith’s players have graduated and continued their careers at the NCAA level. In total 15 players have been recruited athletes in the past 6 seasons (Ex. Maryland, UMBC, Amherst, Marist, Albany, Christopher Newport). Coach Dane will begin as Head Coach at Good Counsel starting in the fall of 2022

Prior to his time at St. Andrew’s Dane spent two seasons as a Division 1 assistant coach at Robert Morris University. In his first season at Robert Morris (2013), the team reached the NEC championship for the first time in school history. The defense at RMU finished 1st in the country in caused turnovers in 2013, 3rd in the country in caused turnovers in 2014, and the man down unit finished among the top 15 in the country for both seasons under the direction of Smith.

Prior to his time at RMU, Dane spent time as a Division 3 assistant coach at Otterbein University in Columbus, Ohio.

Coach Smith is a 2011 graduate of Robert Morris University. Coach Dane was a two-year captain for the Colonials, helping RMU to a then program record 10 wins in 2010 before leading the squad to its first-ever postseason berth in 2011. As a defensive midfielder, Smith competed in 53 career contests for Robert Morris and tallied 44 ground balls and 16 caused turnovers. He also displayed a level of dependability as he played in 46 consecutive games to close his Colonial career.

David Pim

Coach Pim is an assistant coach for our 2026 team.  After earning All-Gazette and All-Met honors in high school, David went to High Point University where he played on their first ever Div. 1 lacrosse team in 2013.  After his freshman year, he transferred to Washington College where he played his remaining years, including in 2014 when the team made the Div. 3 Final Four. David graduated from Washington College in 2015 with a bachelor’s in Business Management and is now a Sales Representative at Association for Financial Professionals in Bethesda, MD.