2020 Badger State Boy's Summer Lacrosse Camp

To Be The Best, One Must Learn From The Best!
Jul 19-23, 2020
2020 Registration is officially OPEN!! The Badger State Summer Lacrosse Camp is an experience unlike any other. Athletes will learn to develop the skills, strategies, and techniques taught at West Point, Duke, Virginia, The US National Team and other top college and high school programs around the country.

2019 Badger State Boy's Coaches

College Coaches:

Kasey Burst – Head coach at University of Dubuque

Coach Burst is in his fourth year as the Spartans Head Men's Lacrosse Coach. A native of Syracuse, N.Y., Burst joined the Spartans in 2016. Burst came to UD from Clarke University. He spent the 2014/2015 academic year building Clarke’s men’s and women’s inaugural lacrosse programs.

Prior to Clarke, Burst spent three years as an assistant coach for Division III Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., where the Golden Knights' compiled a 26-19 overall record from 2012-2014. He helped lead Clarkson to back to back Liberty League Tournament appearances in 2012 and 2013. In 2013, Clarkson advanced to the Liberty League championship game before falling to eventual national runner-up, Rochester Institute of Technology.

Burst is a 2010 graduate of NCAA Division I Mount St. Mary's University (MD), During his time as a defenseman at the Mount, he appeared in 37 career games, and was named to the conference’s All-Academic team three times. Burst is a member of two conference championship teams in 2010 (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) and 2011 (Northeast Conference). He competed in the 2010 NCAA National Tournament, in a first round game vs. Virginia.


Michael Kinney – Head Coach at Alma College

Coach Kinney is in his fifth season as Head Coach at Alma and has a regular season record of 47-25. Under Kinney's direction, the team reached the MIAA Tournament for the first time in program history in 2015 and returned in 2016, making it to the championship game. Since arriving at Alma College, Kinney has guided the program to their highest national ranking since its inception in 2012 and continues to build Alma College Lacrosse on a regional and national level.

Prior to Alma College, Kinney served as the offensive coordinator and director of national recruiting for Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference. Before his time at Capital, Kinney was the assistant coach and defensive coordinator for the start-up season at Hiram College. Prior to that, Kinney had years of experience as a head coach and offensive coordinator at the high school level, having coached in Columbus, Ohio, and outside of Boston, Mass.

Over his 20-plus year career, Kinney has mentored middle school, high school and elite club teams on a national stage. In 2010, Coach Kinney was given the honor of being named a US Lacrosse Man of the Year by his coaching peers.


Bryan Seaman – Head coach at Indiana Institute of Technology

Bryan Seaman is in his third season as the head coach of the men's lacrosse team after guiding the Warriors to two of their most successful seasons in program history.  Seaman holds a 25-9 record and a 12-2 mark in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) games, and was named the WHAC Coach of the Year following the 2017 season. Under his tenure he has coached 12 All-WHAC selections, four NAIA All-Americans, three WHAC All-Academic Team honorees, two NAIA Scholar-Athletes, one WHAC Offensive Player of the Year and one WHAC Defensive Player of the Year.

Seaman, originally from Peabody, Massachusetts, is no stranger to the Indiana Tech as he spent two years as a graduate assistant and one year as an associate head coach for the Warriors from 2012-14. Prior to returning to Tech, Seaman spent three years as the head coach at St. Gregory’s University.  He was named the LSA DII Coach of the Year in 2015 and was the KCAC Coach of the Year in 2016.


Joe De Leo – Graduate Assistant coach at Carthage College

Coach De Leo is in first season as an assistant with the Carthage College Red Man after an outstanding playing career at Hanover College.  A native of Waterford MI, Coach De Leo accumulated 93 goals and 57 assists for 150 points over the 48 career games he played. De Leo, who led the Panthers in scoring each of his final three seasons, saved the best for last with 40 goals and 22 assists for 62 points.   He was a three time member of the All-Ohio River Lacrosse Team.

Coach De Leo got his feet wet in the coaching world with the Evansville Memorial High School boy's lacrosse team and has served as an assistant-coach with the Evansville Storm U17 club lacrosse team.

Trevor McNamara – Graduate Assistant Coach at North Central College

Coach McNamara is in his first year at North Central after a highly successfully playing career at Aurora University. A native of Holland Michigan, McNamara helped Aurora to 68 victories, four Midwest Lacrosse Conference (MLC) Championships and four appearances in the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship, advancing to the round of 16 on two occasions. A four-time All-MLC selection, three-time Academic All-MLC honoree, and two-year team captain, McNamara established MLC and Aurora records for goals in a single game (9) and single season (66) and finished with 283 points, the second-highest total in the Spartans' history.

Mackinley Morgan – Graduate Assistant Coach at University of Saint Mary

Coach Mac just finished his second season as a coach for the Spires.  Coach Morgan, an Onondaga CC transfer, was a standout at the University of Saint Mary at the attack position with numerous accolades including 178 points in 2 seasons as a Spire. A 2x All KCAC player, NAIA National Offensive Player of the Year, NAIA All-American, and NAIA Academic All-American Morgan works primarily with the offense.


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