Mark Duncan, Head Coach and AD at The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr will direct this GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp.
Mark is currently in his 11th season as Head Coach of the Shipley School. Mark’s team finished out the 2011 season with a 21 game Friends School League winning streak for a 3-peat of the FSL Championship, of which they have won 5 in the last 7 years. He was named Coach of the Year in both the Main Line Times and Main Line Life newspapers and in the Northeast League. Before his tenure at The Shipley School, Mark was the Head Offensive Assistant at Division III powerhouse Whittier College. While the offensive coordinator, Whittier finished 19-1 and was ranked in the Top 20 all season, winning a WCLL Championship.
Mark also enjoyed a great playing career at Division I Lehigh University, where he led the nation in goals scored (54) in 1997. He was crowned the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year in 1998 and was also 1st team All-Patriot league attackman in 1997 and 1998. A 1998 preseason All-American and North-South Team alternate, Mark holds the Division I and Patriot League record for scoring eight goals in one game in 1997 and finished his career at Lehigh as the all-time leading goal scorer with 129 goals. Mark is a high school and college US Lacrosse NCAA official in the Philadelphia area, where he also runs year round lacrosse clinics. He has directed camps across the country for the past five summers for GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps and is looking forward to directing this particular Pennsylvania summer lacrosse camp.
Joining Mark at camp will be special guest coach, MLL and NLL Player Kevin Crowley!
National: He enters his second
season with the Nationals and second in the MLL… Finished the season with points
in seven of his last eight games… Recorded three hat tricks in 2011, including
scoring three times on 8/13… Named the Cascade MLL Rookie of the Week on 7/05…
Registered a career-high four goals and six points on 7/01… Scored his first pro
goal on 6/24… Made his professional debut on 5/20 against Chesapeake… Hamilton
Nationals’ first-round selection (first overall) in the 2011 MLL Collegiate
Other professional experience: Finished his first season in the NLL in 2012
with 71 points… Tied for fourth in the league with 36 goals… Was second in the
NLL in points among rookies… Selected to play in the 2012 NLL All-Star Game… Was
the first-round selection (first overall) of the Philadelphia Wings in the 2011
NLL Entry Draft.
College/Amateur: Crowley finished his career among
the best players ever to play for Stony Brook… He scored 30 goals and added 26
assists in 2011, totaling 131 goals and 101 assists in 60 career games… He's the
only player in school history to record 100 or more goals and assists, and one
of just 40 players in Division I history to accomplish the feat… One of three
players in America East history to be a four-time first team selection… In 2011,
he was one of 10 finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award... LaxPower.com
Division I All-American… Became Stony Brook's all-time leader in points (202)
with two goals and two assists vs. Cornell (3/22)... Was on the Tewaaraton Award
watch list... Division I Preseason Player of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine... A
preseason All-American and the 2011 captain… 2010 USILA Enners Award, given to
nation's most outstanding Division I player... Stony Brook's inaugural First
Team All-American... Preseason and season Tewaaraton Award finalist...
LaxPower.com Division I All-American... Unanimous America East Player of the
Year and an America East First Team selection... Played on Team Canada at 2010
World Championships… NCAA champion in points per game (4.53)… America East
scholar-athlete in lacrosse… In 2009, he was a First Team All-America East for a
second straight year... Named to the Tewaaraton Award watch list at the
beginning of the season... Also named to the America East All-Tournament and
All-Academic teams... In 2008, he was a First Team All-America East and America
East All-Rookie team selection... Played for Team Canada at the 2008 U-19 World
Championships... Named to the All-World team after scoring 11 goals in the