Next Level 2030


Schedule

Roster

# Name Position
1 Drew Lutz Attack/Midfield
3 Ben Yuan Midfield
5 Ashby Foa Attack
7 Will Reeves Defense
8 Landon McGowan Midfield (fo)
9 Cole Coursen Midfield
10 Rory Faucett Defense
13 James Bear Defense
14 Van Stutts Defense
15 Charlie Ross Midfield
21 Nate Isaacson Goalie
22 Flash Myers Attack
24 PD Moore Midfield
27 Mark Mancinelli Attack
30 Hudson Anderson Midfield (fo)
33 Leo Randazzo Midfield/Attack
43 Calder Keaney LSM
77 Matthew Perez Goalie
87 Jameson Thomsen Midfield
88 Anderson Bennett LSM
Next Level 2030
Program Schedule, Benefits, and Costs for the 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 XRS or S Team Helmet ($250 – mandatory for middle & lower school teams) **if needed**
Fall ($875)
*Two practices per week at Holy Redeemer, WES, The Heights or Landon
*Three to four tournament days in mid October to mid November
*Early priority access and 20% off fall clinics at WES
Winter ($600)
*One practice on Saturday at Holy Redeemer, 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 St. Albans and WES (typically Wednesdays & Saturdays)
*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)
*One practice per week at Holy Redeemer, WES, The Heights or Landon
*Three to four tournament in June to mid July
*Early priority access and 20% off summer clinics at WES

Coaches

Colin Heeter

Coach Colin Heeter is the Director of Camps, Leagues & Tournaments for Next Level Lacrosse.  While in high school, Coach Heeter was a four year member of the varsity lacrosse team at The Heights School.  He then went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in Sports, Entertainment & Event Management from Johnson & Wales University.

In 2008, Coach Heeter was hired as a volunteer assistant lacrosse coach at Brown University primarily working with goalies and the offense. While in Providence, R.I., he helped the Bears make it back to the NCAA Tournament (’09, after a 15 year hiatus), make it to the first ever Ivy League Tournament (’10) and won a share of the regular season Ivy League Title (’09).

After a three-year stint with Brown University, Coach Heeter moved back to the DMV and accepted the position of Assistant Athletic Director and JV Head Coach for Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington, VA.  After three years as the JV Head, he was promoted to Varsity Associate Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator.  

In 2016, Coach Heeter accepted an assistant coaching position with St. Albans School varsity team and head coach for the 6th grade team.  In 2019, Coach Heeter was promoted to Head Coach for the varsity program.

Hugh Preas

Hugh Preas grew up in Rockville, Maryland, graduating from St. Albans in 2018. He started his lacrosse career at a very early age, and after attending Mater Dei, Hugh went to St. Albans where he was a three year defensive starter, and was All-IAC in 2018. While at St. Albans, Hugh was a a member of the varsity basketball team and a member of the student council.

Hugh received many offers to play college lacrosse, but decided to attend Emory University and play golf instead.  Hugh graduated from Emory University in 2022 with a degree in Economics. While at Emory, Hugh was the President of the Club Golf program for 3 years, and began his coaching career at St. Albans while his school moved online in his junior year.

In 2021, he was an assistant for the 7th grade, JV, and Varsity team at St. Albans, and he continued as a volunteer assistant in the 2022 season while finishing school in Atlanta.  He also coached for Next Level’s Travel Program for multiple summers in a row, and he has quickly become a “favorite coach” among the boys.

Currently, Hugh works as an analyst for a boutique investment firm based out of Washington, D.C., and he is very excited to continue coaching and growing the game of lacrosse in the DMV for years to come.