Virginia Coaching Staffs: 2017/2018 Season
Bio coming soon!
Coach Harvey began playing lacrosse over 20 years ago at the middle school level in Hampton Roads. At the high school level, Coach Harvey started all four years while playing for Hampton Roads Academy, under the tutelage of Rick Beard, a four-year starting midfielder for Princeton University. During those four years, Coach Harvey was named among the team’s captains, earned All-Conference honors, and was selected by area coaches to play in the All-Star Game at the Capital Classic (at the time, an invite-only tournament reserved for some of the best high school players in Virginia). While Coach Harvey received interest from various programs on the east coast, he opted to attend the College of William & Mary, where he ultimately played on the regional and travel club teams. While attending college in Williamsburg, Virginia, Coach Harvey and a teammate formed and coached one of the first youth lacrosse teams in the area. Since that time, Coach Harvey has continued to coach at the youth level, most recently for Geronimo, the Richmond Shock, the PALS Indoor League, Chesterfield Youth Lacrosse, C2C and, now, the Virginia Roughriders.
Jay grew up on Long Island and played his high school lacrosse at Garden City, a perennial powerhouse, where he was part teams that went to the state finals in 1985, won a NY State title in 1986, and were Long Island champs in 1987. As a senior in high school he was an All American and winner of the Jim Brown award for midfielder of the year.
He went on to Brown University and played his college lacrosse for Dom Starsia. Following his freshman year he made, and was a tri-captain for, the US national U19 team that won a gold medal in Adelaide, Australia. Jay was named to the all tournament team as an offensive and face-off midfielder.
At Brown, Jay was a three time All American, a 1st teamer in 1991 when he lead the team to the school’s only undefeated regular season and a #2 national ranking. Currently he ranks in the top 10 in goals scored all time for Brown lacrosse. He was inducted into the school’s sports hall of fame in 2012.
After college and during his graduate studies Jay was a volunteer assistant at Brown University when they made their first final four appearance in 1994 and the following year with Garden City HS when they won another NY state title.
For the past seven years Jay has brought his passion for the game to youth lacrosse. Last year he coached the 2024 C2C team which made the finals in three out of four tournaments during the summer season. Jay works with the offense and loves to teach the fast paced up tempo style that made and Brown and later UVA such exciting teams to watch. His teams have also excelled at set plays scoring at a high percentage on man up. This is his first year with the Virginia Rough Riders and he is excited for the opportunity to work with such a high caliber organization.
Currently Jay resides in Midlothian, VA with his wife Alison and their two children Alina and Luke. Jay is a board certified reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon with a focus on sports related injuries and has owned a private practice with two office locations for the past fourteen years.
Nick grew up playing lacrosse in Northern Virginia at age 10. He played at Fairfax High School, and then went on to play four years at Washington College, where he won an NCAA DIII National Championship in ‘98, and later became captain of the team in ‘01. Nick began coaching right out of college, beginning with Fairfax High School’s JV team for two seasons, followed by the Dulles Storm U15 team for four years. Nick moved to Richmond in 2012, where he then began coaching the Richmond Shock and Chesterfield youth teams, and later took over as head coach for the C2C 2025 travel team.
Coach Wolf grew up on Long Island where he was a two-sport athlete, excelling at both football and lacrosse for the Kellenberg Firebirds. He was the starting quarterback both his Junior and Senior year and also led the lacrosse team in faceoff wins and ground balls. He went on to play club lacrosse for Mickey Miles at the University of Arizona before making his way back to Long Island where he played under Fred Acee at Farmingdale State University.
Prior to relocating his family, wife and three kids, to Richmond last year, he was very active in youth sports at both the recreational and travel level having served as a head coach and board member of several organizations. Coach Wolf currently coaches at U9 and HS level in Richmond and is excited about “growing the game” down South.