Next Level 2032



# Name Position
1 Max Silverman Attack
2 Felix Jones Midfield
3 Dominic Pagnani Attack
4 Grant Towson Midfield
5 Rowan Davey Defense
6 Bronson Brown LSM
7 Vin Carman Defense
8 Brock Wilson Defense
9 Eduardo Mattei Midfield
10 Andrew Sadusky Defense
11 Dylan Rabinowitz Attack
12 Oliver McCormick Goalie
13 Tyler Simon Defense
15 Landon Schneider Midfield (FO)
18 Cole Unikel Attack
20 Eli Lasher Attack
21 Jonathan Dearth Midfield (FO)
22 Benjamin Kendall-Taylor Midfield
23 Jack Aschenbach Midfield
26 Hudson Bacaj LSM
99 Sam Attman Midfield (FO)
Next Level 2032
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 ($550)
Two practices per week, at WES, The Heights or Landon
Early priority access and 20% off fall clinics at WES
Winter ($550)
One practice per week, at WES, The Heights or Landon
Optional Indoor/Box Lacrosse League (location TBD)
Early priority access and 20% off winter clinics at WES
Spring ($700)
Two practices per week at WES, The Heights or Landon
One to two preseason tournament (March Kickoff Invitational)
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 $700)
One practice per week, at WES, The Heights or Landon
Two to three tournaments in late June or early to mid July
Early priority access and 20% off summer clinics at WES


Richard Bartozzi

Richie Bartozzi joined the Next Level Lacrosse Program in 2014 and has served as a director since 2021. A 2020 Denison University graduate, Coach Bartozzi was a Four-year starter playing both LSM and Close Defense while leading the Big Red to three NCAC championships as well as a Division III 2017 Final Four appearance.  A First Team IMLCA All American and First Team All-NCAC selection, he was named IMLCA’s All-West Region 2019 Defensive Player of the Year. Coach Bartozzi missed out on his senior season due to Covid and returned to his alma mater, The Heights, as an associate Head Coach in 2021.  As a player at The Heights School in Potomac, Maryland, he earned All-MILL First Team honors three times, was named First Team All-Gazette, and was the Montgomery County Player of the Year Runner Up.  A US Lacrosse All American, Coach Bartozzi was the first lacrosse player from The Heights to be named First Team All-Met.  Over the last three years, Coach Bartozzi has invested countless hours coaching youth club lacrosse. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and enjoys running, playing pick-up basketball, and camping when he is not on the field coaching.

John O’Beirne

Coach John grew up in the DMV and has been coaching lacrosse since 2006. John was a three sport athlete in high school and a captain of his lacrosse team. He graduated from Catholic University with a degree in biology. John then started his lacrosse coaching at Trinity high school taking them to two state final appearances, winning one state championship. John then moved on to coach at John Paul the Great high school where he built up the program sending their first ever Division 1 college commit to Navy. John was then selected as head coach at O’Connell high school however the season was cut short due to Covid. John currently coaches at The Heights School with Coach Boh and Coach Bartozzi. John has coached previous Next Level clinics and the Under Armour-American uncommitted team as well as been an evaluator for their tryouts.

Morgan Rhodes

Morgan is an assistant coach for our 2027 team.  Morgan played Varsity lacrosse for four years at Winston Churchill High School where he played in the Maryland State Semi Final Game in 2012 and 2013.  Morgan was selected to the Montgomery County Senior All-Star Game. He is in his third year coaching clinics and travel teams at Next Level and is the director of the Next Level Lacrosse Store’s stick-stringing service.