Board Member: Head Boys Youth Athletic Director & Girls Director for K-4
Girls Youth Coach, Boys Youth Coach
Shaun joins the SCLA with almost 30 years of lacrosse playing and coaching experience. Growing up playing in the Long Island lacrosse hotbed of Garden City, NY and top ten nationally ranked Chaminade High School, he was a four-year starter at midfield for NCAA Division I College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, earning Academic All New England, Patriot League Honor Roll, and the John H. Price award for outstanding dedication to academics, varsity lacrosse, and the Worcester Big Brothers Program. Shaun was also selected to play in the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s East-West All Star Game. He continued his playing career post collegiately in the American Lacrosse League (formerly US Club Lacrosse Association) and in a number of national club tournaments. While Shaun attended law school at St. John’s in NY, he was selected as a free agent by the Long Island Lizards of Major League Lacrosse.
Shaun has coached at numerous lacrosse camps and clinics including World Class Lacrosse Camp (CT), Player’s Choice Lacrosse Camp (MA and RI), Check Mate Lacrosse Camp (NY) and Holy Cross Lacrosse Camp (MA). He was an inaugural coach of the Long Island Express boy’s high school select club team, and served as an assistant coach for three years on Chaminade High School’s undefeated JV Team. He also served as the Head Coach of the Westport, CT boy’s 8thgrade A Team for 4 years and as an assistant coach for Wilton, CT’s youth girl’s program.
Shaun and his wife Lindsay have a second grade daughter Madison, and four-year-old son Gavin. They are delighted to be a part of the Southlake community and the SCLA, having relocated to Southlake in July 2017 from Wilton, CT.
In addition to loving spending time with family and friends, away from the field, Shaun is an avid NY Giants fan (sorry!) and serves as Deputy Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Surveillance for the Dallas-based hedge fund Carlson Capital, LP.