Meet our Pros
Attack, Chaos Lacrosse Club
Setup: Connor uses a DNA with Hero 3.0 on a Carbon LTX shaft.
Connor Fields is from East Amherst, New York. Before attending University of Albany, he attended Bishop-Timon St. Jude High School. There he led the team to back-to-back State Championships in 2012 and 2013. When he graduated high school in 2014, he was ranked the #2 recruit from the state of New York by MaxPreps.
At Albany, Connor was a three-time USILA All-American (HM in his freshman year). He was nominated for the Tewaaraton Award three times, becoming a finalist twice. Connor finished his career at Albany ranked second All-time in NCAA Division I, with 364 career points and tied for fourth with 199 career goals.
In 2019, Connor joined the Chaos LC for their inaugural season in the PLL. Connor was voted a PLL All-star, and finished fourth in the PLL with 33 points. He also finished tied for second in the PLL with 22 goals.
Follow Connor on Instagram @connorfields5
Attack, Waterdogs Lacrosse Club
Setup: Ryan uses a DNA with Hero 3.0 on a Carbon LTX shaft.
Ryan Drenner is from Westminster, MD. Before attending Towson University, he attended Westminster High School. At Westminster Ryan helped lead the Owls to the 2013 State championship Title. As a senior, he was named the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year, Carroll County Times Player of the Year, named first team all-metro and first team all-county.
While at Towson, Ryan was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team his freshman season. He was a USILA All-America honorable mention in his Junior season while leading his team in points (56), goals (33) and assists (23). During his senior season, Ryan led the Tigers again in points and assists. He also was a key player in the Tigers' post season run.
Ryan Drenner was a member of the 2019 PLL Inaugural Season Champions, Whipsnakes LC. He finished the season with 19 goals and the highest shot percentage on the team of 31%. In 2020 Ryan was drafted by the Waterdogs LC in the supplemental draft.
Follow Ryan on Instagram @ryandrenner
Midfield, Redwoods Lacrosse Club
Setup: Myles uses a Rebel Offense with Hero 3.0 on a Carbon LTX shaft.
Myles Jones is from Huntington, New York. Before attending Duke University, Myles attended Walt Whitman High school, where he was a three sport athlete in Football, Basketball, and Lacrosse. Myles was a US Lacrosse and Under Armour All American in his senior year in high school.
At Duke, Myles was a Three-time All-American, including two-time first team selection. He was a two-time Tewaaraton Award finalist. Myles was the first midfielder in NCAA history to record 100 career goals and 100 career assists.
Myles was drafted first overall in the 2016 MLL Draft by the Atlanta Blaze. In the summer of 2019, Myles joined the Chaos LC for their inaugural season in the PLL. Myles finished the season with 18 points for Chaos. In early 2020 Myles was traded to the Redwoods LC.
Follow Myles on Instagram @mylesjones15
Midfield, Redwoods Lacrosse Club
Setup: Sergio uses a Rebel Offense with Hero 3.0 on a Carbon LTX shaft
Sergio is from Bloomfield Hills, MI. He attended Brother Rice High School. There, he was a 4-year Varsity Lacrosse player and 3-year Varsity Football player. He helped his team to two State Championships in lacrosse and two in football. He was voted a two-time High School All-American in lacrosse.
Sergio attended the University of Notre Dame. At Notre Dame, he was a three-time USILA All-American and All-ACC selection. IN 2017 he was nominated for the Tewaaraton Award. Sergio finished his career at Notre Dame with the most goals by a midfielder with 111.
In 2019, he joined the Redwoods LC for their inaugural season in the PLL. He was voted to the PLL All-Star game. Sergio finished the season with 13 goals.
Follow Sergio on Instagram @sergperkovic
Midfield, Atlas Lacrosse Club
Setup: Bryan uses a Mirage 2.0 with Hero 3.0 on a Carbon 2.0 shaft
Bryan is from Sykesville, MD. He attended Mount Saint Joseph HS in Baltimore, MD. At Mount Saint Joseph, he played Football and Lacrosse. He was voted the 2015/2016 Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year and was voted a US Lacrosse and USA Today All-American that same year. He was also a member of the 2016 US Men's U-19 National Team who took home a Gold medal in the U-19 World Games.
Bryan attended University of Notre Dame, he earned numerous honors. These honors include USILA All-American (two times), All-ACC Team (two times), and ACC Offensive Player of the Year. During his time at ND, he set a school record for Goals in a season, with 42 in 2019. He finished with 117 points in 50 games during his career at ND.
In 2020, he was drafted second overall in the PLL by the Atlas Lacrosse Club.
Follow Deemer on Instagram @bryan_costabile
Midfield, Chaos Lacrosse Club
Setup: Deemer uses a Rebel Offense with Hero 3.0 on a Focus Scandium shaft
Deemer Class was born in Towson, MD. He attended Loyola Blakefield School before Duke University. Coming into Duke he was ranked as the No. 10 overall recruit and No. 3 midfielder. At Duke, he was a three-time All-American, including two-time first-team selection. He helped lead Duke to two National Championships in 2013 and 2014, winning both.
Deemer was drafted No. 10 overall in the 2016 MLL draft to the Atlanta Blaze. In the summer of 2019, Deemer joined the Chaos LC for their inaugural season in the PLL. During the 2019 season, Deemer racked up 13 points with a 31% shooting percentage.
Follow Deemer on Instagram @22classy and @firstclasslacrosse
Mike "Tree" Simon
Defense/LSM, Archers Lacrosse Club
Setup: Mike uses a Rebel Defense with Hero 3.0 on a 60" Carbon Pro 2.0
Mike Simon was born in Fallston, MD and attended Fallston High school. After Fallston, he went to Stevenson Univeristy in Owings Mills, MD. While at Stevenson, Mike played in 67 games. He caused 87 turnovers and scooped up 150 groundballs. He was voted to the All CAC First Team. Mike was a USILA second team All American and a USILA Scholar All American, graduating with a 3.87 GPA. Mike also played Men’s Volleyball as a freshman.
In his MLL tenure, Mike was a five-time MLL Champion and two-time MLL All-Star. In the summer of 2019, Mike joined the Atlas LC for their inaugural season in the PLL. In the middle of the 2019 season, he was traded to the Archers LC, where he currently plays.
Follow Mike on Instagram @smiimkoen
Greg "Beast" Gurenlian
Setup: Greg uses a Weapon X with Hero 2.0 Faceoff on a Maverik A1 shaft.
Greg Gurenlian attended Springfield High School before Penn State. At Springfield High School, Greg earned two team MVP Awards, All-State, All-League and All-County. By the end of his career at Penn State, Greg was the all-time leader in face-off wins (508/875) and ranked second all time in ground balls (305). His Senior Year he served as co-captain of his team as was voted a Pre-Season All American.
During his MLL Career, Beast totaled 47 goals and 37 assists in 127 total games played and went 2,138/3,608 (59%) at the faceoff X. He was voted an MLL All-Star 4 times, the FO Athlete of the Year 3 times, and league MVP one time. He won the MLL championship in 2015. Greg Currently holds the record for the most faceoff wins (2138), most faceoffs taken (3608) and most ground balls (1063). In the summer of 2019, Beast joined the PLL for their inaugural season.
In 2018, Beast helped lead Team USA to a World Championship.
Greg is the Co-Founder of the Faceoff Academy and the Owner and Head Strength Coach of Brawlic Strength LLC. He continues to develop some of the best Faceoff Athletes in the country through the Faceoff Academy.
Follow Greg on Instagram @gregbeast32
Setup: Carolyn uses a Infinity with a Venom Pocket on an Infinity Pro shaft.
Carolyn is from Westminster, MD. Where she attended Westminster High School. At Westminster, Carolyn was a four year Varsity Lacrosse player and was named to the ESPN Top 100 Women's players.
Carolyn attended University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) after Westminster. During her four years at UMBC, she started 62 out of 66 games and amassed 217 points in those 66 games.
Follow Connor on Instagram @carolynlj2
Attack, England National Team
Setup: Torz uses a Infinity with a Venom Pocket on an Infinity Pro shaft. .
Torz is a member of England National Team. She has helped Team England to three European Championships. In 2017 Team England won a Bronze Medal at the Women's World Games.
Follow Torz on Instagram @torzanderson