Next Level 2029



# Name Position
0 Luke Campbell Attack
1 Connor Nee Defense
2 Christian Tomasso Attack/Midfield
3 Quentin Jenkins Midfield
4 Cole Notaro Defense
7 Charles Delano Attack
8 Hunter Dewey LSM
9 Clay Reposa Midfield
11 Andrew Dunlap Midfield
12 Marco Helton Defensive Midfield (FO)
14 Max Finkel Midfield
15 Elijah O Midfield/Attack
16 John Teare LSM/Defense
17 AJ Verdun Defense/LSM
18 Kellan Hanes Attack
20 Ryan Mackey Midfield
22 Zach Kendall-Taylor Defense/LSM
24 Austin Rice Defense
30 Andrew Luther Goalie
40 Emmett Denning-Lee Attack
45 Nikitas Kambanis Midfield (FO)
72 Casey Tighe Face-off Specialist (Midfield)
99 Aaron Reidy Goalie

Next Level 2029

Program Schedule, Benefits, and Costs for 2022-23 Season

Mandatory Uniform ($175 w/o helmet, $425 w/ helmet)

  *Next Level Travel Teams are ordering new uniforms for the 2022-23 Season.

  *We will send an order form in early August after all tryouts have concluded.

$50 – 2 Travel Team Shooter Shirts

$35 – New Practice Reversible

$40 – New Game Shorts

$50 – New Game Jersey

Matte Navy Cascade S Team Helmet ($250 – mandatory for middle and lower school teams) **if needed**


Fall ($875)

*Two practices per week, at WES, The Heights, or Landon

*Four to five tournament days in early October to mid November

*Early priority access and 20% off fall clinics at WES


Winter ($600)

*One practice on Saturday at WES, The Heights, or Landon

*Some type of League Play on Sundays

*Early priority access and 20% off winter clinics at WES


Spring ($875)

*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 $1,000)

*Two practices per week, at WES, The Heights, or Landon

*Three to four tournaments in June to mid July (**These are required to attend!  IF your son might miss an event, please let me know so we can discuss.**)  

*Early priority access and 20% off summer clinics at WES


Boh Mitchell

Coach Boh Mitchell is the General Manager and Co-Owner of Next Level Lacrosse.  Boh was a two-sport athlete at The Heights School where he played varsity lacrosse all four years and was captain his senior year.  He was also awarded the Headmaster Award as a senior, the lacrosse Cavalier Award his senior year, and the golf Cavalier Award his junior year.

Boh attended Loyola University Maryland where he played four years of club lacrosse, was a 3-year starter, and team president his senior year.  During his junior and senior years, Coach Boh was the defensive coordinator for the JV team at the Friends School in Baltimore.  Boh graduated cum laude and was the recipient of the Ayn Rand award for the highest g.p.a. in the Philosophy department.

After college, Boh pursued a career in medicine.  While completing the medical school prerequisites in a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Maryland, College Park, he worked in a research lab at Johns Hopkins University where he studied brain development and various mental disorders, specifically schizophrenia and PTSD.

During this time Boh also served as a part-time academic tutor and assistant coach for the Varsity Lacrosse Team at The Heights School.  This experience led him to realize his true passion: coaching the next generation of athletes and helping them become young men of great character.  Boh turned to the club lacrosse world to pursue coaching full time and is now entering his sixth year at Next Level. In June of 2021, Boh became the Head Varsity Coach for The Heights.

Mark Jutkowitz

Mark is the current 2022 Blue team Co-Head Coach.  Mark played for Randy Laco throughout his entire youth career including the team that won the U13 Maryland State Championship.  In high school, Mark was a 2-year starter at Whitman and then a 2-year starter at Wootton where he received 1st team All-County, 1st Team All-Gazette, 1st Team All-Met, and US Lacrosse All-American honors as a Senior.  Mark then received an athletic scholarship to play at the University of Maryland.  Mark is currently a defender on the Israeli National Team, which earned 7th out of 38 nations in their first appearance at the World Games in Denver in July 2015.

Carter Tate

Coach Carter grew up playing lacrosse in the DMV area, attending St. Alban’s School. Carter made the varsity lacrosse team as a freshman and was named captain in his senior year. Through his 4 years at St. Albans, he was selected to the All-IAC Team 3 times and the All-Met Team once. After graduating in 2018, he continued playing at the next level at Amherst College. In his time there, the team consistently earned bids to the NCAA tournament and made their first appearance in the NCAA National Championship game. While a member of the Amherst Men’s Lacrosse team, Carter coordinated the team’s annual run for charity, setting a new fundraising record his senior year. In 2022, Carter graduated from Amherst with a degree in Neuroscience while on the Pre-Med track. Since then, Carter has worked at the Center for Advanced Orthopedics while studying to take the MCAT exam in the summer. This past Spring, Carter returned to his alma mater to coach the St. Alban’s Varsity Lacrosse Team for the 2023 season. Carter will attend Georgetown University this Fall as part of a Special Master’s Program in Physiology and Biophysics.