Josh Porcell


Joshua Porcell – Founder and CEO

  • Saratoga Springs, NY
  • Saratoga Springs High School
  • Bridgton Academy
  • University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
  • Boston Cannons 2008-2009
  • Chicago Machine 2010
  • Ohio Machine 2012
  • Assistant Coach Siena College – Present


Josh wasn’t introduced to lacrosse until high school. He fell in love with the sport. He found that while he had the aptitude for lacrosse his foundational skills were not on par with those of his teammates. Through practice, perseverance and quality coaching Josh was able to elevate his game to the professional level in a few short years. That is why he takes personal interest in every player he comes in contact with. He wants to give every lacrosse player the opportunity to achieve excellence. He gained an appreciation for the goals you can realize through dedication, vision, hard work and a strong foundational skill development program. Rogue wasn’t available for Josh, but it is for you.

Kyle Hartzell


Kyle Hartzell – Director of Operations

  • Dallas, TX
  • Archbishop Curley, Baltimore, MD
  • Essex Community College
  • Salisbury University
  • San Fransisco Dragons 2008
  • Chesapeake Bayhawks 2009-2011
  • Ohio Machine 2012-2013
  • New York Lizards – Present
  • Team USA – Silver Medalist 2014
  • Head Coach Plano West – Present


Coaching to me is a way to give back to the game I love so much. The reason I coach is simply to teach kids what I have learned throughout my career and share my experiences. I want to make kids better and hopefully inspire them to play at the next level whether that be high school or in college. Motivating, and coaching is something I enjoy a lot and there’s nothing else more rewarding then seeing young athletes develop into great lacrosse players and men. Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the country and I don’t see it slowing down. I am honored to be a part of growing this game.

Terry Kimener


Terry Kimener – Operations Manager Rogue South

  • Dallas, TX
  • Oakton High School, VA
  • Bridgton Academy
  • University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
  • Chicago Machine – 2008-2011
  • Denver Outlaws – 2012-2014
  • Charlotte Hounds – Present
  • Assistant Coach Plano West – Present

College Career:
UMBC 04′-08′: 3x All-Conference, 3x All-American
06′- 1st-team All America East, Honorable Mention All-American
07′- 1st-team All America East, Honorable Mention All-American
08′ 1st-team All America East, 2nd-team All-American, Conference Player of Year 2008                   AE Conference Tournament MVP 2008                                                                                         UMBC Male Athlete of the Year 2008

Scott Rodgers


Scotty Rodgers was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2010 NCAA Championship as he helped Notre Dame reach the title game of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. The fifth-year senior made 53 saves (13.25 per game) and surrendered just 23 goals (5.75 per game) during the four games of the tournament. The Long Island native concluded the 2010 collegiate campaign ranked first nationally in save percentage (.605) and third in goals-against average (7.56). The two-time All-American honoree finished his stellar Notre Dame career with a 24-6 record to go along with a 6.77 goals-against average and a .642 save percentage.

Rodgers also led the Nationals to the 2011 MLL Finals. He was third in the MLL with an 11.46 goals-against average and fourth with a .558 save percentage, making seven saves to set the team’s single-season saves record of 106. He also made a career-high 20 saves on 7/23/11. In 2012, he was named goalie for Team USA. He now plays for the Ohio Machine, and is the head strength and conditioning coach at John Hopkins Univeristy.

Jon Warner

Marcus Holman


Marcus Holman

  • Chapel Hill, NC
  • Gilman HS, Baltimore, MD
  • University of North Carolina
  • Ohio Machine 2013 – Present
  • Team USA – 2014 Silver Medalist


UNC- All time leading Points Scorer (213)

3x All American

Tewaaraton Finalist

2014 Team Offensive MVP – Ohio Machine,

2014 MLL Leading Goal Scorer (37)

Vonzel Legall


Vonzel Legall

  • Saratoga Springs, NY
  • Saratoga Springs High School
  • Stony Brook University
  • Rochester Rattlers 2012
  • Assistant Coach Saratoga Springs 2013
Derek Pedrick

Derek Pedrick

  • Tucson, AZ
  • Saratoga Springs High School
  • Springfield College
  • Head Coach University of Arizona

Derek Pedrick enters his first year as the Head Coach of the Arizona Mens Lacrosse “Laxcats.” Pedrick was hired in the summer of 2013. Pedrick brings eight years of collegiate coaching to Tucson all of those which were in the NCAA. Prior to coming to Tucson Pedrick spent the last three years at Division II Notre Dame de Namur. In 2011 they won their conference and had both the offensive and defensive player of the years for their conference. Before his time at NDNU, Pedrick Coached the 2009-2010 seaon at Division One Siena College in upstate NY. In his first season, Pedrick helped guide Siena to a 12-5 overall record and a perfect 8-0 league record. Pedrick arrived from The College of Wooster (Ohio) where he served as assistant coach from 2007-09. During his time there, Wooster recorded its highest win total (11-3) in school history and its man-up unit ranked 12th in the nation. Prior to that, Pedrick was an assistant coach at Trinity College (Conn.). Pedrick helped lead Trinity to a 3rd place finish in the NESCAC. Pedrick was a four-year letterwinner at Springfield College (2002-05), playing in 67 career games and recording 83 points (72 G, 11 A). He won three league championships (2003-05) and the ECAC Tournament (2002) while playing for the Pride. Pedrick served as student assistant coach for Springfield College in 2005. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Springfield College in 2006. Pedricks brother played at UMASS and helped them to the division 1 national championship game in 2006.