While sitting in a Lees-McRae College dormitory in 2014, I decided to start my own lacrosse business. I have fluctuated in and out of the business side of things since then - but now I'm BACK!!! I strive to be a recognizable face in the lax community who is trusted, known, and respected for being true to myself and helping others along the way.
I started playing lacrosse my junior year of high-school and immediately became obsessed with the sport. Everything from the physicality, to the skill needed, all the way down to the equipment customization. I played collegiately at Lees-McRae College where I earned my major in Sports Administration. At LMC I played both LSM and Close Defense. Being a defenseman with an offensive mindset: I acquired a thirst for the ball in my stick - which ultimately helped me become a very well-rounded stringer.
After having my heads strung by teammates with incredibly inconsistent performance I decided to take control of my game and learned to string. Having an artistic background helped me pick up stringing, dyeing, and overall head customization rather quickly. I attribute this decision to getting my skill level where it is today. It not only taught me my way around a lacrosse head, but it got me on the wall for hours upon hours every single day. It was there that I learned how patterns and shooter set-ups differentiated performance. After years of this trial and error process I *like to think* I'm one of the most efficient, effective, and knowledgable stringers in the lacrosse community.