• Current - Wantagh PAL Lacrosse - (2015 - current) 2026 Girls and 2028 Boys - 2018 Undefeated
  • Past - South Shore Speed Girls Lacrosse Coach - successful Tournament 
  • Past - Wantagh PAL Soccer and CYO Volleyball Coach


  •  Current - Club Lacrosse (McCanns Massapequa)
  • Past - Quinnipiac University Lacrosse - 4 Year Division I (4th All-time in Career Assists)
  • Past - Plainedge H.S. 4 Year Varsity Lacrosse (All-Conference & MVP Honors)


  • Originally from N. Massapequa, currently lives in Wantagh.
  • Supported by Wife Colleen, Daughter Emma, and Son Connor
  • US Lacrosse Certified
  • AED/CPR Certified


  • Current West Islip PAL Lacrosse coach for the 2026, 2027, 2028 and 2030 girls teams
  • Current West Islip travel soccer coach for the 2028 girls
  • Coached 2026 Swarm Girls Lacrosse Team


  • Originally from Farmingdale, currently resides in West Islip
  • Hofstra Men's Lacrosse Class of '99
  • US Lacrosse Certified
  • Employed by Bay Shore School District
  • Wife Janine and daughters Ava (2026), Jenna (2027), Carly (2028), and Emily (2030)



Coach Bill Taylor has been a Coach/Director of the Massapequa lacrosse club since 2007. In 2014 his LISGYLL 7th/8th grade girls went undefeated and won the Championship.

From 1998-2002 Coach Taylor was the Asst. Baseball Coach and Recruiting coordinator for Briarcliffe College taking his teams to NJCAA Division 1 baseball championships two out the five years he coached. Many of Coach Taylor's recruits went on to play Division 1 at four yr Universities and to the professionals.

From 2002-2016 he was a recruiter and partner for Meister Sports Management which represents Professional baseball players. Coach Taylor has three daughters all who are active in lacrosse and his eldest will be attending Binghamton University in 2018 on a Division 1 Scholarship.

I played lacrosse for Lindenhurst HS, three-year varsity defenseman, captain and all-conference, empire state games, then attended CW Post. I was involved with coaching various aged kids for many years.  Currently the coach of the Girls 2027 Blue team and Boys 2032 Black team, also the coach of the Merrick girls 7th/8th grade and the boy's 3rd grade PAL lacrosse teams.

Girls and Boys US Lacrosse certified, as well as, AED and CPR certified.  Reside in Merrick, NY with wife Danielle, and 4 children, Ava, Ryan, Talia, and Aaron.  Currently, an active volunteer of several charitable organizations, serve on the Board of Directors of Abilities Inc. / Viscardi Center working with children with disabilities, and member of Junior Achievement of New York.

I am from West Islip, New York. Starting lacrosse at young age, I was a four year Varsity Lacrosse player at West Islip High School where I earned All County and All League status. For Summer League I played For the Love of the Game, under my now Head Coach, Meghan McNamara at LIU Post where I am a Junior majoring in childhood education. As a member of the LIU Post Women’s Lacrosse Team I am a two year starting Midfielder/Defender, making it to the Division II semifinals in 2014 and being ECC Conference Champions in 2015.


Started all 19 games ... tied for third on the team with 34 goals, and was fifth on the squad in points (41) ... scooped up 34 ground balls, caused 13 turnovers and won 18 draw controls ... scored four goals in three separate contests, the first of which was a 13-2 throttling of Mercy on Mar. 4 ... won a season-high three draws against Roberts Wesleyan (Mar. 21) ... collected a career-high five points (4G, 1A) in 16-6 romp versus Findlay (Mar. 29) ... notched four ground ball pickups against West Chester on Apr. 22 ... scored four goals in the ECC Championship Game, an 11-6 triumph over Dowling on May 2.


Stepped onto the field in all 20 games (seven starts) ... collected 23 points (21 G, 2 A) on the year, alongside 23 ground balls, 17 draws and nine caused turnovers ... netted three goals in four different games, spanning from Mar. 5 to Mar. 19 ... notched a pair of goals in an 18-4 victory over Molloy (Apr. 5) ... scooped up three ground balls and caused two turnovers in an 11-9 win against Stonehill (Apr. 12).

Prior to LIU Post

Two-Time All-County honoree at West Islip High School ... recipient of the Ground Ball Award in 2012 ... scored at least 25 goals in each of her three seasons on the varsity squad, including a career-best 40 tallies in her senior year ... finished with 150 career points (99 G, 51 A).


Has two sisters, Kelly and Patricia, and one brother, Jack ... daughter of James and Sheila Douglas ... her father, James, played lacrosse at SUNY Cortland from 1982-85 ... majoring in education.


  • CW Post 2012 - present
  • Starting Midfielder at CW Post
  • Played at West Islip High School


I am from Port Jeff Station, New York. I started playing lacrosse at a young age (5th grade) where I continued to play throughout middle school, high school and college. I was a 4 year varsity lacrosse player at Comsewogue high school where I was named captain and earned All County. During the summers I played on the Suffolk County Allstars travel team for four years. I continued my lacrosse career at LIU Post where I became a four year starter for the Pioneers, making it the Division II semifinals in 2014 and won the ECC division II conference championship in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

2016: All-ECC Second Team

  • started in all 18 games that she played in
  • finished third on the team in points (55) and assists (18)
  • fourth in goals (37)
  • got off to a hot start with a seven-goal performance in a season-opening 21-0 victory over Nyack (Mar. 1)
  • added five points (3 G, 2 A) in a 15-2 win versus Assumption (Mar. 8)
  • totaled seven points (5 G, 2 A) in an 18-4 triumph at Roberts Wesleyan (Mar. 19)
  • registered five goals and an assist for a six-point day in a 16-6 win against Molloy (Mar. 23)
  • had four points (3 G, 1 A) in a 9-5 victory at St. Thomas Aquinas (Apr. 16)
  • tallied three points (2 G, 1 A) in back-to-back wins at Saint Anselm (Apr. 21) and Queens (Apr. 23)
  • posted a four-point showing (2 G, 2 A) in an 11-4 triumph over No. 20 Stonehill (Apr. 26).


  • IWLCA All-North Region Second Team
  • All-ECC Second Team
  • started all 19 games
  • was second on the team with 41 goals and third on the squad in total points (57)
  • also collected 20 ground balls
  • scored five goals in the team's 15-9 win over Bentley on Mar. 12
  • collected five points (4 G, 1 A) in wins against UDC (Apr. 10) and Queens (N.Y.) (Apr. 26)
  • had a six-point performance, with two goals and four assists in the ECC semifinal victory versus Molloy on Apr. 30.


  • ECC Rookie of the Week (Apr. 29)
  • played in all 20 games (19 starts)
  • ranked third on the team and eighth in the conference in points (60)
  • tied for third on the team and ninth in the ECC in goals (44)
  • listed fourth on the team and 10th in the conference in assists (16)
  • tallied a hat trick in a 13-5 win against Le Moyne (Mar. 5)
  • totaled five points (3 G, 2 A) in an 18-4 victory over Southern New Hampshire (Mar. 8)
  • posted a four-point showing (3 G, 1 A) in a 17-2 drubbing of Bentley (Mar. 12)
  • scored three goals in a 19-6 triumph at Saint Leo (Mar. 13)
  • collected two goals and an assist in a 22-2 win versus Holy Family (Mar. 15)
  • boasted a five-point effort (3 G, 2 A) in a 23-1 rout of Mercy (Mar. 19)
  • amassed four points (2 G, 2 A) in a 16-2 victory at Queens (Mar. 22)
  • compiled five points (4 G, 1 A) in a 19-6 win at Roberts Wesleyan (Mar. 29)
  • notched a hat trick in a 14-9 triumph at Dowling (Apr. 2)
  • had a four-point day (2 G, 2 A) in an 18-4 victory over Molloy (Apr. 5)
  • netted two goals in an 11-9 win versus Stonehill (Apr. 12)
  • recorded three goals in a 14-13 come-from-behind win at New Haven (Apr. 24)
  • accumulated three goals and three ground balls in a 16-4 ECC semifinal victory against Molloy (May 1)
  • registered three points (2 G, 1 A) in an NCAA Division II National Semifinal versus Adelphi (May 17).

Prior to LIU Post

  • 2013 All-County selection in lacrosse at Comsewogue High School
  • amassed 145 points (81 G, 64 A) over her four-year career with the Warriors, including a 69-point showing (36 G, 3 A) in her senior season.


  • Assistant coach St. John the Baptist High School-Varsity lacrosse
  • Assistant coach 2018 and 2019 Long Island Jesters lacrosse
  • Assistant coach St. John the Baptist High School- Freshman football
  • Head coach 2021 East Islip Redmen PAL lacrosse
  • Received full athletic scholarship to Villanova University, '91
  • National Honor Society
  • CHSLL All League Defenseman - St. John the Baptist High School - 1986 and 1987
  • CHSFL All League Linebacker - St. John the Baptist High School - 1985 and 1986

I am currently a defender on the Stony Brook University women's lacrosse team.  I played on the varsity lacrosse team for all four years at Smithtown High School East and played travel lacrosse for LI Top Guns Black.  I am excited to see what this summer has in store for this very talented Jester team.

Played four years of varsity lacrosse at Massapequa High School.  Team Captain Senior Year.  Two - time Honorable Mention All County and three-time Nassau County Champion.  Named to FLG All-Long Island GOAT Team, Junior and Senior year.

Played club lacrosse for the Long Island Wave.  

Currently a sophomore defender at Virginia Commonwealth University and started as a freshman.

Honors and Awards

  • IWLCA Second Team All-American (2021)
  • US Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Player of the Year (2020, 2021)
  • US Lacrosse Magazine Preseason All-American (2021)
  • Tewaaraton Watch List (2020,2021)
  • NE10 Academic Honor Roll – Academic Distinction (Spring ’20)
  • IWLCA Division II Player of the Year (2019)
  • IWLCA Division II Attacker of the Year (2019)
  • IWLCA First Team All-American (2018, 2019)
  • DII Honda Award Finalist for Lacrosse (2019)
  • NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Player (2019)
  • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2019)
  • IWLCA All-Region First Team (2018, 2019, 2021)
  • All-ECAC First Team (2018, 2019)
  • NE10 All-Conference First Team (2018, 2019, 2021)
  • NE10 All-Rookie Team (2017)
  • NE10 Academic Honor Roll – Academic Honors (Spring ’21)
  • NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall ’16)
At Massapequa

  • Three-sport athlete in volleyball, basketball and lacrosse
  • All-County, All-Long Island Second Team and All-State pick in volleyball
  • Named All-Conference in basketball
  • Honorable Mention All-County in lacrosse
  • Named an Army Reserve Scholar Athlete