- As a 1986 graduate of Webster High School, Bell played eight years of men’s lacrosse. He then directed his focus from boy's to girl's lacrosse to coach his daughter, who has been recruited to play at Central Michigan. Pete coached at Webster Schroeder HS for four years, which the last two were as an assistant varsity coach. Bell also helped start Common Goal Lacrosse Club, a well-known girls' lacrosse club in Rochester, where he served as head coach for 2018 class and is currently helping assist at the 2020 level.
Wayne HS Girls Varsity Head Coach
Former W. Irondequoit HS Girls Varsity head coach
Current player for Roberts Wesleyan College. Currently in her senior year
Makenzie is the current Hilton HS Girls Varsity Head Coach and teaches in the Hilton School District as well. She played her high school career at Hilton and recently completed her collegiate career playing for Robert Wesleyan College
Played lacrosse throughout high school at Brighton and with relentless hustle, then continued to play all four years as a defender at SUNY Potsdam. In addition to coaching for CGL, I also head the JV program at Aquinas. I will be getting my master's degree from Brockport for Athletic Administration starting this fall and work full time at Lululemon
Kristin is the current Roberts Wesleyan Womens Lacrosse Head Coach.
She has been with CGL since it innception, coaching the 2020 for the last several years and now moving down to bring along our 2027s
Kristin playerd her collegiate carerr at Siena College as their starting goalie
She is a graduate of Webster Thomas High School
Former CGL 2020 player
Attending Quinnipiac University starting in Fall of 2020
Current Spencerport JV Girls Lacrosse Head Coach. Formerly Penfield Central Schools Modified girls lacrosse head coach
Former CGL 2018 and Greece Arcadia High School goalie
Currently a goalie for the Roberts Wesleyan Womens Lacrosse team
Instructed for over 6 years by our very own John Concorida (see above) as well as assisted John for the last 2 years in goalie instruction to younger players