Maryland Coaching Staffs: 2019/2020 Season
Lee, the architect of “Roughrider Nation” is a proud member of the “Corrigan Lacrosse Clan” that spans generations. It is not a mandatory requirement to play, coach and help spread the gospel of Lacrosse in the Corrigan family, but it sure helps you get along with the elders! A 1986 graduate of the University of Maryland and former player for Clyde’s Lacrosse Club (Washington, DC) and Severn River Stingers (Annapolis). Lee played on the 1989 USCLA All-star team that toured England and played a series of exhibition games against England’s World Team. Lee Coached at Watkins Mill from 1990 – 1999 where the Wolverines, a Perennial Washington Post Top 20 team were able to post a 131 -35 record and win Multiple County and League Championships. In 2003 Lee took on the challenge of rebuilding Howard Lacrosse who had won 5 games in 5 years. The Howard Lions quickly became a team to be reckoned with in Howard County Lacrosse.
Lee is the founder of Corrigan Sports Enterprises, a sports marketing and event management company that created The Under Armour All-American Lacrosse Classic and the Baltimore Running Festival as well as several other high profile events throughout the country.
During Coach Corrigan’s tenure The Roughriders have played a very entertaining style, offensively “Sharing it on the break and executing set offensive plays when we have to” has been a hallmark. And defensively “double teaming and searching & stripping” have been the norm. This style best showcases the players and has proven to be a winning combination.
Coach Corrigan enters his 8th year with the Roughrider program. Originally from Ellicott City, MD, Ryan played lacrosse at Howard High School, where he was a second team all-county selection as an attackman. He continued his lacrosse career at Belmont Abbey College in Charlotte, NC. He was a three-year starter logging over 55 career points. While at Belmont Abbey he earned his major in sports management and is now currently working for Corrigan Sports Enterprises as the Director of Sales.
Ryan now resides in Lutherville-Timonium in Baltimore County.
KR has been a part of the Roughriders from the very beginning, coaching at the youth level and making his way up to the high school teams. After graduating from McDaniel College, KR was the Head Coach at his alma mater, Walkersville High School leading them to a State Championship game. After his time at Walkersville, KR coached at Welsey College. Currently, he is teaching and leading the Comets as the head boys lacrosse coach at Catonsville High School in Baltimore County.
Currently living in Towson, Coach Schultz couldn’t be more excited about being home in the Red and Black!
Tommy Minard – bio coming soon!
Brian brings over 15 years of coaching experience to the Roughriders organization. He has coached at all levels of lacrosse (youth, high school, college and professionally) as well as both boys and girls lacrosse. Brian grew up in Maryland, playing high school lacrosse at St. Paul’s where he was named All Met in 1994. He then played defense and long stick midfield at the University of Maryland where his team played in the Final Four in 1995,1997 and 1998. As a captain of the 1998 team, the Terps went on to win the ACC Championship and were runner up in the NCAA tournament. Reese was named All American after his senior season.
After college, Reese went on to play professionally in both the NLL and MLL. He was a 5 X All star selection in the MLL for both the Baltimore Bayhawks and Philadelphia Barrage. Reese would help the Bayhawks win the 2002 MLL Championship. Immediately after his playing days, Reese was named the General Manager for the Denver Outlaws of the MLL. During his time the Outlaws were the premier franchise in the MLL, qualifying for the playoffs in each of his 6 seasons and leading the league in attendance each year. Reese was also the Head Coach of the Outlaws for four seasons, winning the BRINE MLL Coach of the Year Award in 2009. In 2012 he joined the Chesapeake Bayhawks as both GM and Asst Coach. The Bayhawks went on to win the MLL Championship in 2012. As an assistant coach, Reese also helped the University of Maryland Women’s lacrosse team to the NCAA Final Four in 5 consecutive years while winning the 2010 National Championship. The Terps also won 5 consecutive ACC Championships during his time. He has coached offense, defense and goaltending during his time with the Terps. In addition, Reese has also coached at the youth level in Howard County for the past 3 seasons. Coach Reese resides in Glenelg, MD with his wife Cathy who is the head women’s lacrosse coach at the University of Maryland. They have four kids, Riley, Brody, Cayden and Braxton.
Tom Huppmann returns for his fourth season with the Roughriders, and his 11th year coaching youth lacrosse. Coach Huppmann played his high school ball in Ellicott City at Mt. Hebron High School where he earned 1st-Team All County honors and a State Championship. He went on to graduate from the University of Maryland where he played club lacrosse. Coach Huppmann stays active in the lacrosse community occasionally updating his blog, 24 Seven Lax, freelancing as a photographer, and playing for the Blarney Lacrosse Club in the Maryland Masters League.
Coach Huppmann lives in Catonsville, MD with his wife and 3 boys. He is the Director of Client Services at RouteSmart Technologies in Columbia, MD.
This is the second year with Roughriders for Coach Steers. He played his high school lacrosse in Carroll County at perennial powers Westminster and South Carroll High Schools. Coach Steers then played for Villa Julie/Stevenson University and started 4 years at face off. He was the team captain for 3 years. He took over 1,000 face offs for the Mustangs, and finished with a career mark of 69%. To this day, Coach Steers holds several records for Villa Julie/Stevenson University. He received the Unsung Hero award his Junior season for playing games with a broken right hand and still winning two-thirds of his face offs. He received a Gold Award my senior year for starting and playing in every game for 4 years while at Stevenson. Currently, Coach Steers works with face-offs at Westminster High School and also at Stevenson University – two of the premier programs in Maryland at their level. Prior to coaching at Westminster, he was an assistant coach for 14 years at Liberty High School. Coach Steers enjoys giving back to the game and working with the current Roughriders!
Coach Booker has been with the Roughriders since 2007! Along with his commitment to Corrigan Sports Enterprises, Booker also does Play by Play for ESPN and CBS Sports lacrosse and college basketball. He has over 30 years of high school coaching, during that time he was the 2002 US Lacrosse Coach of the Year. Prior to working full time with CSE, Coach Corrigan was school teacher for 19 years. He is the former head coach at the McDonogh School and the Collegiate School. Every team he has ever coached has qualified for post season championship play. Coach Corrigan also spent time at the collegiate level and was the offensive coordinator at Villanova University and Denison University. He is most proud of the fact that 1,000’s of former player have gone on to become incredibly successful in the business world and as productive members of their communities!
Currently working for CSE as the event/merchandise manager overseeing lacrosse apparel and the Thunder Bay brand.
Nick was a two-time State Champion Goalie at Centennial High School. He attended the University of Maryland and was a Varsity Walk-on in 2007 and 2008 for Dave Cottle’s Maryland Terrapins. In 2010, Coach Kellinger returned to Centennial High School, as a goalie coach and offensive coordinator. He has been the Head Coach of the Centennial Eagles from 2012-Present.
Tony Incontrera – Club Director
Coach Incontrera brings over ten years of high school coaching experience to the Roughriders organization. Tony grew up in Maryland, playing high school lacrosse at Mt. Hebron High School where he was a 1999 state champion and an all county performer in 2001. He then played defense at Salisbury University, where his team won national championships in 2003, 2004, and 2005. Incontrera was an all conference performer for the Sea Gulls during his senior season in 2005
After college, Incontrera returned to Mt. Hebron and coordinated the defense for the Vikings in their most recent state championship season of 2006. He then served as the defensive coordinator at Marriotts Ridge High School, beginning with the school’s inaugural season of 2007 and lasting through 2012. The team won a regional title in 2007 and 2011, and the county title in 2009. In 2012, Incontrera was named Howard County Assistant Coach of the Year.
From 2013 to the present, Incontrera has been the head coach at Marriotts Ridge. The 2017 & 2019 teams won the county championship, and in 2018, the Mustangs won their first ever state championship. Following both the 2017 and 2018 season, Incontrera was voted Howard County Coach of the Year. He was also named Maryland State Coach of the Year by the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association and Varsity Sports Network, and he was named the Washington Post Coach of the Year in 2018.
Coach Incontrera resides in Towson, MD with his wife Brooke. They have two young children, Henry and Connor.
Boland, a Jessup, MD native, grew up playing lacrosse in the Howard County Cobra rec program and has extensive experience in lacrosse. He played his high school lacrosse at the Gilman School in Baltimore, MD winning the MIAA “A” title in his sophomore and senior year while earning Baltimore All-Metro honors. Upon graduation, he went on to play at Johns Hopkins University where he was a captain, three-time All-American, led his team to the final four on three occasions. He still holds the all-time assist record for a midfielder at Hopkins. Upon graduating from JHU, Boland spent five years playing Major League Lacrosse for the Baltimore Bayhawks, Chicago Machine and New Jersey Pride. Boland transitioned to coaching, starting first as an assistant coach at Boys Latin in 2006 when they were undefeated and finished the season ranked #1 in the country. He moved onto the college ranks in 2008 and coached Division 1 lacrosse at the University of Vermont for five years. From 2013 through 2016, Kevin worked as the National Director of Player Development and Recruiting for Titanium Lacrosse, a club program located in Columbus, Ohio. Kevin currently serves as a PE teacher and the head varsity lacrosse coach at Glenelg Country School. He resides in Carrol County with his wife Amy and their 4 year old daughter Karlie Jay.
Coach Lindsay played for the 2010 Maryland Roughrider team. He graduated from Marriotts Ridge High School in 2010, receiving 1st all county honors my senior year and 2nd all time point in the programs history. He played his first 2 years of college lacrosse at Cabrini University and finished his last 2 years at Virginia Wesleyan in VA Beach. Coach Lindsay is currently a a volunteer assistant with Marriotts Ridge’s Varsity team since 2018 last year.
After transferring colleges, he co-founded a summer tournament team, Team Really Good Friends. They have participated in the OC Lacrosse Classic since 2013. The team consists of alumnus from Cabrini, Virginia Wesleyan as well as former D1 and D3 players from Marriotts Ridge and South River High Schools.
Coach Lindsay is also the founder/operator of men’s league team, Meats Ridge Lacrosse. They play in the Howard County Men’s Lacrosse League and just completed their 3rd year! Meats Ridge Lacrosse won the league championship in year 2 and have only lost 4 games in the three years we have played. He has been coaching club/camps since he graduated college in 2014.
Coach Tony was an assistant coach of coach Lindsay througout high school, and coached me in club prior to joining RR in 2009.
Coach Beck was once a Roughrider and he played all four years of college at Arcadia University. He currently plays with the East Coast Dyes and is the assistant coach at Catonsville High School.
Geron is a new face with the Roughriders, coming into his first season with the program. Geron is from Baltimore, MD where he played lacrosse and football for Boys’ Latin School. During his football career at Boys’ Latin, he was a Captain his senior year. Geron continued his lacrosse career for the next 2 years at Howard Community College, as a midfielder, earning 1st team All-Region honors in 2015. Then in 2017, he returned to Howard CC as an assistant coach and took HCC to its first ever National Championship appearance in history. Coach Geron is currently an assistant coach for Boys’ Latin JV team while working with CSE as a volunteer coordinator/event manager for lacrosse.
Coach Starks enters his seventh season with the Roughriders. An assistant coach at River Hill HS, David has been named top Assistant in Howard County twice over the past 9 seasons. Coach Starks played at Anne Arundel Community College and on the mens club scene for numerous years. He currently resides in the Howard County area with his wife Terri and enjoys photography.
Coach Treese has been an assistant for the 2024’s for the past 2 years, and has now been promoted to the ranks as Head Coach for the 2026’s. Coach Matt was raised in Howard County, MD and attended Atholton High School, where he earned three varsity letters in Football, Basketball, and Lacrosse. Coach Matt earned a scholarship to play Lacrosse at Towson State University, where he was a starter in his sophomore year and from that point forward. He had the opportunity to play in the Elite Eight NCAA Championship. He was acknowledged to be one of the fastest midfielders playing at the Division I level by US Lacrosse Magazine in the College preview in 1996.
Coach Matt has coached in the Howard County lacrosse program for the past 4 years. He still plays to this day in the Men’s Howard County league for the Blarney Lacrosse Club. He is a senior sales consultant with Depuy Mitek Sports Medicine and lives in Columbia with his wife Paola and two sons, Dylan and Luke.
This will be Chris’ first year with the Roughrider program, helping Coach Treese, co-coach the 2026s. Coach Chris has been actively playing lacrosse for 27 years and currently plays for Blarney, a local Masters Lacrosse Club Team. Blarney finished 4th place in the 30-40 age division of the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships, held in Denver. Chris played lacrosse in 1994-1996 Catonsville Community College and was an All American for Midfield/Face-offs in 1996. After transferring to Salisbury University, Chris finished his college career playing for the 1999 National Championship team there. In 2009 he was a MAG/LAX Carroll County Girls’ Clinic Coach, and in 2010-2014 he was a Western Howard County Girls’ Lacrosse Coach. Coach Chris helps coach his daughter’s 2023 M&D Red team as well.
Bio Coming Soon!