Vince Demario

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2028/29 Assistant Coach

Coaching Experience

Vince grew up in Westminster, MD where he got started as a Goalie with the Gamber Rec Lacrosse program at a young age. During Middle and High School, Vince played at Loyola Blakefield through the Varsity level before bringing his career to the collegiate level at Christopher Newport University (CNU), where he studied Molecular Biology and Chemistry. During his final years at CNU, Vince led the NCLL DII Lacrosse program as Team Captain and Head Coach to its first ever Blue Ridge Conference Championship appearance. Since finishing college, Vince has coached at New Town High School (Owings Mills, MD), Westminster High School (Westminster, MD), and individual goalie sessions for all age groups. Since finishing college, Vince has earned a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and has grown a career in medical research at Johns Hopkins and is currently working at Shock Trauma (University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore) with the Center for Shock, Trauma, and Anesthesiology Research (STAR). Outside of lacrosse, Vince enjoys playing soccer, racquetball, and running, including having completed five marathons and a 49-day run across the country (San Francisco, CA to Baltimore, MD) with the 4K for Cancer Program of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (now “The Ulman Foundation”). Vince is excited to join the Breakers Coaching Staff in 2022 and looks forward to developing young players into teammates both on and off the field.