BLAZE Boy's Field Coaches (Burlington Minor Lacrosse)

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 Travis_Kanellos.JPG U9 - (2015/2016)

Travis Kanellos
Travis began his coaching career in 2006 in the strength and conditioning field. While building his athlete roster, he worked under some of the most successful and highly decorated coaches in North America. His focused approach on athletes from youth to Olympian’s yielded immediate results coaching hundreds of Division 1 NCAA athletes, Olympian’s from several disciplines, NFL, NBA, MLB, MLS, CFL, NLL and NHL players alike.  Travis most recently coached the Burlington U9 field team to a provincial championship and a fall runner up in 2022.
   U11 - (2013/2014)

Bill Greer
Bill (Ryan) Greer spent the past three seasons as the Assistant Coach of the San Diego Seals in the NLL.  He has a long history of coaching, including leading the Six Nations Arrows Jr. A team to 2 Minto Cup Championships, and coached Team Canada’s U17 team.  Greer has won a number of Championships as a player, winning the WILC championship with Team Canada, 2 Mann Cup Championships with the Brampton Excelsiors, and a Minto Cup playing for the Whitby Warriors Jr. A team.  Greer played 15 seasons in the NLL winning a Championship with the Rochester Knighthawks in 2007 and played his final 5 seasons for the Toronto Rock.  Coach Greer has been coaching in the Burlington Minor Lacrosse Association for the past 6 years. 

“After a successful season last year, we are really looking forward to seeing how this group comes together in U11 - Novice 1.  We have a group of hard working and talented players that are looking to compete for this year's provincial championship.  My main coaching philosophy is to provide a safe, fun, and engaging learning environment for players to develop a love and passion for the sport of lacrosse.  At the U11 age group my main goal is to provide an environment where players continue to improve their skills, learn the importance of being a great teammate, develop friendships, and look forward to coming to lacrosse every day.”
   U13 - (2011/2012)

Darrin Wilkins

Having played for several years beginning with Burlington Minor Lacrosse, Brock University, and the Hamilton Lakers Sr A Field, Darrin has grown up with an appreciation of the game and the coaches that helped develop him as a person and a player throughout his career. "I feel that lacrosse is a game that no matter the athlete's skill or size each player has the opportunity to contribute to benefit the team. I hope that the kids I coach have success on the floor but more importantly create friendships and memories that will last a lifetime."

U15 - (2009/2010)