Next Level 2030



# Name Position
0 Gibson Borg Attack
1 Collin Bryan LSM
2 Jackson Blake Midfield
3 Peter Herdman LSM
5 Ashby Foa Attack
6 Will Henehan Midfield
8 Landon McGowan Midfield
9 Bennett Lusin Attack
10 Kieran Corbett Defense
12 Charles Turco Midfield
13 James Bear Defense
14 Wells Wickham Attack
16 Zachary Shaivitz Goalie
17 Lucas Han Midfield
18 Ari Fishelberg Defense
20 George Doerr Attack
21 Nate Isaacson Goalie
22 Flash Myers Attack
23 Patrick Windlan Midfield
24 Peyton Moore Midfield
33 Leo Randazzo Midfield
44 Miller Badanes Defense
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


Mike Henehan

Mike Henehan is Head Coach of the 2030 Next Level Blue team.  He was a 3-sport athlete in high school where he played football, basketball and lacrosse at Canandaigua Academy in Upstate, New York.  He was an All-American midfielder/attackman in lacrosse and member of the Empire State team.  He then went onto play lacrosse at Georgetown University where he was a 2-time NCAA Division I All-American, team captain and starter on the ’99 team that made it to the Final Four.  Following college, he played Major League Lacrosse for the Boston Cannons and Baltimore Bayhawks.  One highlight of his professional career was traveling back home to Rochester, NY with the Bayhawks and being a starting midfielder alongside Gary Gait, who he looked up to growing up.  Mike has coached numerous clinics, camps, rec teams and youth club lacrosse teams.  He most recently coached at Bethesda Lacrosse Club for six years and led the 2030 Blue team to three undefeated HOCO seasons and Elite Division Championships.  He has a passion for coaching lacrosse and sharing his love and understanding of the game with the next generation.

Dan Shaivitz

Dan Shaivitz was a four year starter in goal for Pikesville High School in Baltimore County where he earned All-County and All-Division honors each year and was selected to the Senior All-Star Game in 1997. From there, Dan played at the NCAA Division I level at Rutgers University starting his senior year when the team ranked in the top 20. Dan has played and continues to play post collegiate club lacrosse, now at the grand-masters level.

Dan began his coaching career in high school working with a local youth club team in his home town.  After college, he volunteered as a goalie coach at Goucher College in Towson, MD under then head coach Kyle Hannan.  The goalies he coached there earned All-Conference and Division III All-America honors.  Most recently, Dan has coached youth lacrosse at the rec and club levels for Bethesda Lacrosse from 2017 to present, including hosting a series of goalie clinics for the program.

Shane McBride

While in high school, Coach McBride was a three-year member of the varsity lacrosse team and a four-year member and captain of the soccer team at The Haverford School. He then went on to play Lacrosse at Franklin and Marshall College with his twin brother Tucker. Shane is currently a third-grade teacher at The Landon School. He coaches 5th-grade Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse, and Upper School JV Lacrosse.