Bill McGlone

Account Manager

"I quickly fell in love with the sport of lacrosse when I was introduced at 13 years old. I had no idea then that this would carve the path of my professional life and become my life's passion. It has allowed me to further my education at a great school, develop lifelong relationships, travel the world and provide me with my most memorable experiences. Now I have the opportunity to help young men follow their own path that has enabled me with so many possibilities. I love the educational aspect of the game and am grateful to become part of what I think is the best platform for teaching, Trilogy Lacrosse. I am honored and humbled to be on the Trilogy staff."

As a dominant athletic midfielder, Bill was able to guide the University of Maryland lacrosse team to 3 Final Fours. He was named to the All-American team 3 times (2X first-team) and was a two time captain of the prestigious University. He would go on to play professionally in both the MLL and NLL, being named to the National Lacrosse League's All-Rookie team in 2007. He had the privilege of representing his country in the World Games in 2003 and 2010. He was also selected as the Head Coach of the 2009 ESPNRise 40 game featuring the top prospects in the country. His vast experiences and wide range of abilities make him a valuable asset. He graduated from University of Maryland with a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice in 2006.

  • Ridley High School (1999-2002)
  • 2x High School All-American ('01 & '02)
  • 2x PA State Champion ('01 & '02)
  • 2x Offensive MVP of PA State Championship Game ('01 & '02)
  • University of Maryland (2003-2006)
  • 3x All-American (only 2x 1st Team - '05 & '06)
  • 2x Captain
  • 2x 1st Team All-Conference
  • ACC All-Tournament Team
  • Tewaarton Trophy Candidate
  • MLL: Baltimore Bayhawks, Denver Outlaws, Boston Cannons, Ohio Machine
  • MLL All-Star
  • NLL: Chicago Shamrox, Toronto Rock, Philadelphia Wings
  • NLL All-Rookie Team ('07)
  • ESPNrise Warrior 40 High School All-America Game "Head Coach" ('09)