Lynchburg Select Lacrosse is a unified Travel Lacrosse program for Lynchburg, Va and surrounding areas. Youth & High School including Varsity, JV, 14U, 12U, 10U

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2020-21 Coaching Pool

 

   •    Steve Koudelka - Director


    Steve has had an accomplished career since playing goalie in college for Gettysburg and two years professionally with the New Jersey Pride.  He has been the Head Coach at Lynchburg College for the past 19 years building LC into a national power.  Last year he earned National Coach of the Year honors at the Division III level as he led his Hornets to a national championship game appearance.  His team has made 9 appearances in the NCAA tournament, won the ODAC Conference 6 times and also has been named ODAC Coach of the year multiple times. 
 

  
    •    Eddie Ranuska - HS Coach


    Eddie is the Boys Varsity coach at EC Glass High School. Eddie has been the Head Coach at Glass since 2010. He has received many accolades during his term including Regional Coach of the year in 2011, 2012; District Coach of the year in 2011, 2012, 2016. Eddie has achieved two regional championships for the VHSL AA in 2011 and 2012. In 2012 Coach Ranuska represented the US Lacrosse area as the Chairman.
 
 
    •    Tyler Zinck - HS Coach

   Tyler Zinck is the new Head Coach for Jefferson Forest High School as of June 2018. Prior to his head coaching gig, Zinck was the EC Glass Boy's Lacrosse Assistant Coach from 2015 - 2018. Zinck has previous experience coaching and evaluating the VA Brine National Team for the 2016-2017 seasons. Additionally, Zinck has coached for Valley Select, Cardinal Lacrosse, Maverick National, as well as multiple Nike Lacrosse camps. Tyler Zinck was the 2019 Coach of the year 


   Zinck graduated from Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, VA in 2007. There, he was a 3-year Varsity starter 2005-2007 where he lead the team to 2 State Championships in 2006 and 2007. He continued his lacrosse career playing Varsity Men's Lacrosse at Stony Brook University in 2008. He then transferred to Lynchburg College where he played on the Lynchburg Club Lacrosse team from 2009-2012. He helped lead the team to become the NCCL National runner ups in 2009 and 2010. He then lead the team to the NCLL National Championship in 2011 where he was named the NCLL Player of the Year.​

 

   •    Kevin Gates - Coach


  Kevin Gates is the new Head Coach for Virginia Episcopal School as of February 2018. For the last 16 years, Kevin has been the Head Boys Lacrosse Coach at Worcester Prep School in Berlin, Maryland, where he has helped 23 student-athletes play in the NCAA, including seven Division I players at schools including Harvard, UPenn, Georgetown, St. John’s and Furman. At Worcester, Kevin coached five All-Americans and six academic All-Americans.

  Originally from Centerport, NY, Kevin won two National JUCO Lacrosse Championships at Nassau Community College before transferring and playing his final two years at Salisbury University in Maryland. After working on Wall Street for one year, Kevin went back to Salisbury where he served as Assistant Lacrosse Coach under Jim Berkman, the all-time winningest coach in the NCAA. Kevin helped Salisbury improve each year, culminating with Salisbury’s first-ever appearance in the National Championship Game in 1991.

 

 
    •    Michael Zumpano - HS Coach


    Mike has been a part of lacrosse at Liberty since the fall of 2010. Entering his sixth season as Defensive Coordinator, Zumpano has been a part of the growth of lacrosse at Liberty from an MCLA Division II hopeful to a perennial contender in Division I of the MCLA. The native of Clinton, Conn., played at Liberty from 2011-2014 serving as a four-year captain and helped lead the Flames to its first SELC Conference title in 2013. He earned All-Conference honors 3 seasons as a player and HM All-American honors in 2013. Coach Zumpano has been involved with camps and clinics in the local area over the past 5 years. He helped coach with Lynchburg Selects 2018s this past summer and is passionate about the growth of lacrosse in the Lynchburg area.  


 
    •    Andy Sinclair - Youth Coach  


  Andy Sinclair came to the Randolph program after serving as the head boy’s lacrosse coach at Winter Park High School in Maitland, Fla. While at WPHS, Sinclair guided his program to a 61-14 record over his four-year tenure including three district championships and appearances in the state playoff series three times. Sinclair also has produced numerous collegiate players while at Winter Park.

  Sinclair played his collegiate lacrosse for the Hornets, where he helped capture the school’s first conference title in 2003. He was a four-year letter winner for the Hornets, as he scored 15 goals and dished out 11 assists in his career. 

   Sinclair got his coaching start at his alma mater, Lynchburg College, where he served as a graduate assistant while working towards his master’s degree in educational leadership. As an assistant at Lynchburg, he helped the Hornets capture their second ODAC title in 2005, a season where he was an offensive coordinator. Sinclair was also on the staff for two NCAA Tournament appearances and coached 11 All-ODAC First-Team performers.

  
 
    •    Addison Lineberry - Director / Floater 


   Addison is a native of Lynchburg, Virginia, and played at Virginia Episcopal School graduating in 1992. He also played Lacrosse at Guilford College in North Carolina as well as a few other club teams afterward. His experience is more focused on the defensive side of the ball and face-offs. Addison is very involved in the local Lacrosse scene and has spent 7 years coaching for FYAA and is the Forest Lacrosse Commissioner. He has also served on the Board of Directors for the US Lacrosse Chapter for Southwestern Virginia. 

 

 

•    Other Fill In Coaches - Floaters


   We do take advantage of the local resources with the University of Lynchburg, Randolph College, and Liberty University's current and former players. These young men have been instrumental in helping with the kids and at the same time they have fulfilled a commitment to the community for something they are passionate about. We have striven to create a true community and recently we have been fortunate enough to have locally developed kids to come back and help as well. At some point, this will be the norm that the kids who played in the program will then become the instructors and the program will be an organic generational system of teachers and students. All coaches are carefully vetted and watched to make sure they fit in with the ideals and methods of instruction. These younger coaches will always be paired with an older more experienced coach. This is a vital part of our program and we look forward to many years of success using this principle.