“I am very thankful to have been introduced to the game of lacrosse by a family friend at a young age. It has given me a lot of great memories, teammates and friends over the years. Lacrosse involves different aspects from several sports and that is what made it so attractive to me. I was fortunate enough to play the sport in college and continue to enjoy coaching the game I love.
I am excited to join an organization focused on growing the sport of lacrosse. The entire lacrosse community is always looking for ways to grow the game and Trilogy has done that in various ways. Before joining the company, I had first-hand experience at a Trilogy Spring Break Training trip to Arizona and am excited to join the team.”
Andrew began playing lacrosse in 4th grade in Randolph, NJ. After the team needed a goalie and no one volunteered, Andrew gave it a shot and has played goalie ever since. He was a two-sport athlete at Newark Academy high school from 2005-2008 playing lacrosse and soccer. He was part of the soccer team that won the Non-Public B title his senior year. In lacrosse, he played goalie and was a member of the varsity team for three seasons, helping lead the team to the Essex County and Non-Public B semifinals his senior season. He then continued to Drew University from 2009-2013 where he started his senior year. After playing, Andrew coached the Chatham High School freshman lacrosse team in 2014 before returning to coach at his alma mater, Newark Academy, as a varsity assistant from 2015-19.
Andrew is joining the company after spending nine years at Sirius Satellite Radio as an associate producer on Mad Dog Sports Radio. He also works part time at CBS Sports and has previously worked at MLB Advanced Media, FOX Sports and AOL in various roles. Additionally, he wrote and conducted radio broadcasts for a lacrosse website titled In Lacrosse We Trust where he covered the MLL and NCAA.
Andrew grew up in Randolph, NJ and currently lives in Hoboken, NJ with his girlfriend and cat Ollie.