What was your favorite game of the season? (We think we know the answer.)
There were a lot of great games this year that when I think back on them I smile.
Typically, my favorite games are wins on the road. This year's, NCAA Championship semifinal and final games both equally stand out to me for various reasons — big wins against great opponents on the biggest stage.
What’s the first thing that stands out when you are looking at a recruit?
I recruit a complete field hockey athlete of good character and I very rarely recruit an actual position. The only position we recruit for is the goalkeeper. In a goalie, I am always looking for someone athletic that can take care of business while on their feet first! For field players, I am known as a stickler for ball control, and I obviously love a specialty skill set as well.
What made you want to coach at West Chester University?
The program was moving from Division I to Division II and I knew it was going to be a great challenge, so that’s why I applied for the job. I love a challenge. I love the rich history of field hockey at West Chester — that history is something I want to be a part of and continue to honor on a daily basis.
What do you do to unwind after the season?
If you asked me this question a few years ago, I would have a different answer. Now, after having a family, I just look forward to spending more time with my wife and my three kids. Family time is the best time. You'll typically find my family at the Elmwood Park Zoo, at a local park, or strolling the streets of West Chester.