"Nothing in lacrosse is as important as having great instructors. I am proud of our proven track record of providing outstanding coaching. It is my top priority to choose great people who know how to teach the game the right way. To be on my staff, one must have an acute knowledge of the game, a passion to teach it, and know the importance of educating players at lacrosse as well as life"
-coach B

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Coach B with in Syracuse coaches Roy Simmons III and John Desko


Kenneth E. Brubaker - a.k.a. "coach B"

Since 2001 Ken has dedicated his life to the development of Michigan lacrosse players through his travel programs, training, Camps, Volunteer youth work and recruiting events. He founded 313 Lacrosse in 2005.

Collegiate Assistant Coach - 2009 to present - Western Michigan University (MCLA Division-I) Has coached over 100 college events.

Travel Club Coach - 2005 to present. (HS, 14U, 12U, 10U) GP Select, 313 Lax Club, GP Jays, GP Hornets - Over 500 club games coached lifetime.

Goalie Instructor - A veteran of over 300 events, with clinics run as far away as Sarasota, FL. Has been on staff at numerous programs such as U of M Goalie Camp, Warrior Elite Camp and All American Lacrosse.

Recruiter - Perpetually helping numerous Michigan players advance since 2005. Leads all Michigan clubs with 50 NCAA commits and over 125 total collegiate signings (NCAA/NAIA/MCLA) Founded the Michigan Select 99, a summer showcase dedicated to help Michigan HS Prospects reach their goals.

Player - An active goalie at age 60, Ken has played over 350 games between the pipes. He is currently playing on the Hounds an over 55 travel club.


Nick Stensen
Nick was a outstanding Face-Off Midfielder at Adelphi University on Long Island (NY) (NCAA Division-II) and at Oakland University. He was highly recruited while at Troy (MI) Athens HS his senior year (2002) After his collegiate career, he returned to his Alma mater to coach (2007-2012). He led the team to three trips to the state-semi finals. He was on the Varsity staff at Notre Dame Prep (2013) and is currently on the Varsity staff at Troy HS.

Nick is also the Founder of Showcase Recruiting, devoted to educate, prepare, and mentor student-athletes and their families throughout the collegiate recruiting process.
Aaron Birsen
Aaron was formerly a Defensive Coordinator at Davenport University winning the 2011 MCLA Division II National Championship. He played Midfield at Hope College and also Elite Club Level Men's Club with the Hellfish LC. Aaron has contributed to lacrosse programs as far away a Las Vegas, NV where he helped pioneer the game at the High School level.
Brandon Davenport
Brandon is currently playing professional lacrosse with the Ohio Machine (MLL). Played at University of Detroit Mercy (NCAA Division-I) & holds the team record for face-offs (725) during his 4-year collegiate career. He was a 3-year All State HS player and twice MVP at Grosse Pointe North HS where he won 90% of his face offs senior year, a school record. "D-Port" was GP Select U19 MVP in 2009.
Mike Costanzo
Mike is the current head coach at University Liggett School in Grosse Pointe Woods, MI. A graduate of Kenyon College, Mike is amongst the all-time scoring leaders with 176 points. He is veteran High School Coach with 18 years experience including powerhouse programs such as Sewickley Academy (PA), Berkley HS (CA) and Lausanne Collegiate (TN) where he helped lead the Lynx to two state championships. Coach C comes to us from San Diego State University, (MCLA) (Division 1) where he has instrumental in advancing the team to the Nationals after a 16-5 season.
Steven Treppa
Played Midfield at Albion College (NCAA Division-III) He played his HS ball at L'Anse Cruese HS, Harrison Twp., MI. Steven was a highly recruited player, and was frequent starter for the Brits. He is currently an Assistant Coach at Grand Valley State University.
Peter Treppa
Peter was recruited by Adrian College (NCAA Division-III). He transferred to Grand Valley State University in 2014 were he helped lead the team to a National Championship (MCLA - Division 2). He played close Defense and LSM for L'Anse Cruese HS, Harrison Twp., MI. A tenacious competitor, he is known one of GP Select's all-time best defenders and was voted Defensive MVP in 2011.
Chris Shevins
Chris is currently playing Professional Lacrosse with the Ohio Machine (MLL) and the Rochester Knighthawks (NLL). He attended University of Detroit Mercy (NCAA Division-I) where he was team captain his senior yea. Chris played in (55) Division one games where he four-year member of the AD's Honor Roll and earned the Academic Excellence Award and was three-time MAAC All-Academic Team. In High School in Mepham, NY (Long Island), Shevins was a four-year starter and two-time captain for the Pirates. "Chevy" earned four letters in lacrosse, three in football and basketball at Mepham, NY.
Tim Northey
Tim comes to us from the historic Grosse Pointe North HS programs of the late 90?s. During that era Tim a midfielder, was part of a Norsemen team, which were amongst the best in the Midwest. He was part of the last GP High School team to appear in the state finals. His father was a long-time coach who?s hard nosed style was legendary. Tim went nearly undefeated as a GP North JV coach amassing a .850 record over a 60 game career. He attended Wayne State University (Detroit, MI).
Michael Jablonski
Michael is a currently in his fourth year as a player at Wheeling Jesuit University (NCAA Division-II) He is a four year member of the 313 coaching staff. Mike was a 3-year letter winner at L?Anse Cruese HS. Was named team Captain his senior year. Played 3 years of club lacrosse for GP Select and 313 Lacrosse club and was the 2013 GP Black team MVP. A HS standout Michael was a two-time HS Offensive MVP, team MVP Senior Year, and the LCHS All-time leader in goals. He recorded 242 points while averaging 4.65 points per game during high school career and was 2nd in the state in goals in 2013 and 2014 as well as a two-time All-State Honorable mention. He began his coaching career with the LC Chargers 14U program in 2011.