VLC Adds Four New Coaches

19 Jan 2019 by John Lee

VLC is pleased to announce the following four coaches have joined our Blue Crab family.

Hugh Mosko (D, Michigan)
- Prior to matriculating at Michigan, Hugh was a starter on the 2014 Consensus Boys HS National Champion at the Boys’ Latin School of Maryland. In the Class of 2014, Hugh was ranked 98 nationally overall as well as the 24 defenseman.

Jake Pulver (D, Cornell)
- Jake was an 3rd Team USILA All-American and two-time Captain for the BIg Red. A four-year starter for Cornell, he was named All-Ivy three times including once as unanimous All-Ivy 1st Team. He was also the 2018 Senior CLASS Award winner for Men’s Lacrosse, which recognizes student-athletes who use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities.

Clay Rivers (M, Mercer)
- Prior to matriculating at Mercer, Clay was a three-time Varsity letterman for Langley HS, where he helped Langley win three consecutive VHSL 6A State Championships.

Shack Stanwick (A, Johns Hopkins)
- Prior to becoming part of the Premier Lacrosse League, Shack played for Major League Lacrosse’s Boston Cannons. A two-time Honorable Mention USILA All-American at Johns Hopkins, Shack owns the Blue Jays record for consecutive games with at least a point. The 1 recruit in the Class of 2014, Shack was a member of Crabs 2014 that never lost a HS club game.

We are excited to have Hugh, Jake, Clay and Shack as mentors and coaches for our Blue Crab players. #crabnation

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