Girl's BLAZE Rep Box Coaches (Burlington Minor Lacrosse)

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  GIRLS U13 (2012, 2013)

Jobina D'Aloisio
Jobina is entering her second year with the Burlington Blaze, after being an assistant coach last year with the U13 boys team. Her roots are in basketball, where she runs the Flamborough Fire Basketball Association and has coached competitively for over 30 years, most recently as the head coach for the U18 Ontario Girls team at the 2022 Canada Games where she led the team to a National bronze medal. Jobina is a mother of 3, the head of physical education at Waterdown District High School and a Train to Compete Certified Coach.  
GIRLS U15 (2010, 2011)

Sandy Chapman

Sandy has a long history with lacrosse starting as a minor and finishing his career with 17 seasons in the National Lacrosse League (NLL) winning 5 NLL Championships, 3 Mann Cups, 3 CUFLA championships, and the NLL defender of the year.  Sandy has coached  various age groups (boys and girls) from U7 to U13.  As a coach, Sandy's dedication is to promoting youth participation in lacrosse and to help grow the Burlington Minor Lacrosse Association.  As a member of the Board, Sandy is passionate about promoting and growing the game of lacrosse at the grassroots level. The goal for the season is for all his players to have fun, want to return next year, and continue to play the game that Sandy loves so much.
GIRLS U17 (2008, 2009)

Ron Staley
Ron has been coaching and assisting boys and girls minor hockey and lacrosse for 15 years with Lincoln Crush, Stoney Creek Warriors & Stoney Creek Sabres, Dofasco and most recently in Burlington assisting for the Blaze Girls U17! During this tenure has enjoyed several City, Zone and Tournament Championships.
GIRLS U22 (2003 thru 2007)

Chris McGrath
Chris has coached our U22 girls team for the past 2 seasons. Prior to coaching lacrosse he has spent the last 12 years coaching hockey at the HL and Rep levels in the Barracudas and BLOMHA organizations. 

Chris’s goal as a coach are to create a safe, fun environment for players to ensure they continue to play and enjoy the game.