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SCLA Coaching Staff

Stephanie Schenkel
Girls's HS Head Coach
Stephanie's bio to be added ASAP.

Nick Bumpass

Nick Bumpass
Girls's HS Assistant Coach
Nick's bio to be added ASAP.

Bart Sullivan
Boy's HS Head Coach
Boy's Director of Lacrosse
Bart's bio to be added asap.

Kyle Saunders

Kyle Saunders
Boy's HS Assistant Coach
Coach Saunders is a Native Texan. From Flower Mound, he began his playing career in the 9th grade for Coppell. A multi-sport athlete in high school, Saunders played basketball at Flower Mound Marcus and lacrosse at Coppell. He took to lacrosse very quickly and was a four year letterman at Coppell, 3 year Captain, and was awarded All-State honors in his junior and senior seasons.

After graduation in 2003, Saunders went on to study International Studies and Spanish at Texas State University in San Marcos while playing for the Bobcats in the 2004-2007 seasons. He was a four year captain at Texas State and was a member of the All-Conference team in 2005-2007. He stayed on staff for the 2008, 2009, and 2010 seasons and as Associate Head Coach/Offensive coordinator, helped Texas State win their first ever Lone Star Alliance Conference championship in 2010.

After Texas State, Saunders moved to Austin and began coaching middle school in Westlake in the Fall of 2010. In 2012, he was hired by Lake Travis and served as Program Director for 1st-8th grade as well as the high school Offensive Coordinator.

In 2014, Saunders returned to his alma mater at Texas State as Head Coach for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. In his two seasons at the helm, the Bobcats played in the Lone Star Alliance championship game twice and won the championship again in 2015 making him the only coach to have won 2 titles at Texas State.

Saunders moved back to DFW in the Fall of 2016 and is entering his second season with Southlake. Saunders assists in facilitating SCLA's Fall Box Lacrosse programming for 1st-8th grade as well as serving as the Head Assistant for the High School varsity team. In 2017 he coached the 7/8th grade Dragons Black team that made the DFWL playoffs and advanced to the semi-finals.