Dominican University Lacrosse
Coach Blamey is entering his second year with the Dominican University Men’s Lacrosse program. Blamey came to Dominican from Sonoma State University, where he served as an assistant coach for two years. Prior to relocating to California, Blamey was the founder and head coach of the Northern Virginia Community College Men’s Lacrosse Program (NOVA), the first NJCAA lacrosse program in the state. Before NOVA, he spent seven years as the head coach at South Lakes High School in Reston, VA., during which time Blamey was recognized twice as the Liberty District Coach of the Year. In 2009, he had the honor of coaching South Lakes High School’s first-ever US Lacrosse High School All-America selection.
Growing up playing defense in Northern Virginia, Blamey earned multiple MVP honors as a captain for Gar-Field High School. A four-year varsity player, Blamey was selected First Team All-Conference three of those years. He was a two-time Virginia Commonwealth Games starter and an All-Met nominee his senior year. After graduating in 1996, Blamey continued his playing career as a defender with the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA.
In addition to playing defense, after college Blamey served as goaltender and captain for Team America, a post-collegiate men’s box lacrosse team in the Metro Area Box Lacrosse League (MABLL). In 2008, Team America successfully captured the MABLL Senior A Championship.
Blamey resides with his wife and son in Cotati, Calif.
Andrew is entering his first year as the defensive coordinator and assistant coach for the Penguins lacrosse team.
Coach Klontz recently moved to the Bay Area from Maryland to serve as the Youth Director for Madlax-California and as the defensive coordinator for Terra Linda High School. Coach Klontz coached the 2017 Madlax National Team and Sandy Spring Friends School before relocating to California.
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