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Our Leaders

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Michael Mabry


Michael Mabry has served the Northern Virginia lacrosse community and beyond as a coach, trainer, director, coordinator and mentor since 2016. His passion for understanding and coaching the whole athlete has kept him committed to developing his craft through various certifications and training programs. His life vision has led him to the formation of the Mabry Academy. Coach Mabry is dedicated to building the academy so that it can serve out it's purpose in having a massive positive impact in youth athletics and beyond. 


  • 2016-2021 Mabry served as assistant coach and defensive coordinator for St. Paul VI Catholic high school.

  • Director of Lacrosse Performance Training at The Grind Strength and Conditioning.

  • 2018 to 2020, Mabry served as Director of Coaches and Players Development for the Hammers Lacrosse Club in Leesburg, Virginia.


  • Sources of Strength Trainer

  • Mental Performance Mastery Coach

  • EXOS Performance Specialist

  • Precision Nutrition Level 1 Coach


Casey O'Neill

Vice President

Casey O’Neill was a part of Gonzaga Lacrosse program for 21 seasons—the last 14 as Head Coach, compiling an overall record of 211-54 (119-9 WCAC). Under his leadership, the Eagles have won nine WCAC championships with seven straight at one point (from 2010-2016) with a mark of 84 straight conference wins. Casey was a multi-sport high school athlete and midfielder on the 1993 Gonzaga WCAC Championship-winning lacrosse team. He was recruited by Lehigh University as a middie and played every midfield position throughout his career while helping the Mountain Hawks to a Patriot League championship in 1999, and received the team’s “Coach’s Award” in 2000.


  • 23 years coaching lacrosse, 14 years Assistant Athletic Director working with all sports teams and coaches

  • Two decades of running multiple camps including Purple Eagle Lacrosse Camp and working with various youth and high school lacrosse organizations and athletic programs

  • Mental Performance Mastery Coach 

Coaching Awards:

  • WCAC Coach of the Year (Four times), Washington Post All Met Coach of the Year, US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Coach of the Year

  • Five-time team Washington Post #1 rankings, Nine-time team National top 25 rankings (seven top 10)

  • 15 US Lacrosse Americans, 16 Washington Post First Team All Mets, Three Washington Post Players of the Year, Five WCAC Players of the Year, Over 110 college players including over 10 college captains


Lyndsey Munoz

Director of Girls Program

Lyndsey Muñoz brings a diverse background of experience to the Mabry Academy. Currently, Muñoz serves as the assistant coach for the George Mason University women’s lacrosse team, working with the defense and goalies. Previous to her full-time position with the Patriots, she volunteered with the team in the spring of 2021, worked as a consultant with Johns Hopkins University, and volunteered at Ohio State and Cal Lutheran. A standout goaltender at Stanford from 2011-14, Munoz ranks fourth all time in saves (400) and is seventh in goals against average (10.58). She led the Cardinals to three NCAA appearances in her four seasons, including the program's first-ever tournament win over Notre Dame in 2013. Since 2017, Muñoz has continued to run LM Training, utilizing her certifications listed below.


  • Nutrition and Health

  • Strength and Conditioning (CSCS)

  • And Mental Performance to help athletes achieve peak performance through a holistic wellness approach.


  • Played for the Spanish National Team at the 2022 World Cup in Towson

  • Currently, Muñoz serves as the assistant coach for the George Mason University women’s lacrosse team, working with the defense and goalies.

  • Previous head coach for the Westlake High School varsity program earning league coach of the year in 2019.

  • Led the LA Women's Developmental National Team as Co-Head Coach


Alec Wortman

Director of Mental Performance

Alec began developing his sport psychology passion and expertise during his years competing at the NCAA Division 1 level as a Pole Vaulter from 2014-2018 for the Men's Track and Field Team for the University of Maine. He later moved to California in 2019 to complete his postgraduate education in performance psychology while training athletes in San Francisco and San Diego. He strives to assist his athletes in achieving mental performance mastery that transcends the playing field and cultivates highly impactful humanistic growth. 


  • Master's in Sport and Performance Psychology

  • Currently in the process of receiving CMPC certification with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology


  • Provided mental performance coaching to the Israel Men’s National Team

  • Designed and delivered a resiliency training program to underprivileged/low SES elementary students that showed a 62% improvement of self-management, emotional wellbeing, and self-regulation

  • NCAA Division 1 Pole Vaulter from 2014-2018 for the Men's Track and Field Team at the University of Maine where he served as a team captain

  • Alec has accrued over 10 years of experience coaching and counseling young men and women and has narrowed his scope of practice specifically to the holistic development of youth populations within sport and life.

Jeff Schwartz


Jeff Schwartz has been a coach and mentor at nearly every level of the sport. Graduating from The University of Lynchburg as a 2x All ODAC player at the Face-Off X, Schwartz held the all time F/O percentage record at Lynchburg for 9 years (61.3%) until it was broken after the 2021 season. Upon leaving Lynchburg, Schwartz moved to Israel to take on a role as Head Coach of the Israeli Men’s National Lacrosse Team. When living in Israel in the southern coastal cities of Ashdod and Ashkelon, Schwartz helped to start up the Ashdod youth program from scratch while preparing the National Team to compete in the 2016 European Championship games. Schwartz led the Blue and White to a silver medal losing to All-Time defending champion England 7-6. After returning from Israel, Schwartz joined the coaching staff at Paul VI High School helping the Panthers win a VISAA State Championship in 2018. Schwartz aims to help all members of the Academy achieve not only mastery of their lacrosse craft, but mastery of their mental game as well.


  • Graduating from The University of Lynchburg as a 2x All ODAC player at the Face-Off X

  • Certified Mental Performance coach and a Masters candidate in Sport Psychology


  • Coach at Lynchburg as a graduate assistant helping the Hornets reach the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.

  • Head Coach of the Israeli Men’s National Lacrosse Team

  • Assistant coach for the Israeli National Team at the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships and is on staff as an assistant and defensive coordinator in preparation for the 2023 World Championships that will be held in San Diego, CA.

  • Face Off coach, Offensive Assistant and Defensive Assistant during his time with PVI.

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