Bill McGlone

Bill McGlone is the Director of Lacrosse Player Development. Bill was a multi-sport athlete at Ridley High School, he earned all-state honors in football, basketball, and lacrosse while twice being named All-American in lacrosse for the 2001 and 2002 seasons. During the summer of 2003, Bill played for team USA’s under-19 squad that went on to win the gold medal in the World Games.

Bill attended the University of Maryland where he became team captain his junior and senior year. He earned first team All-American honors during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Upon graduating from the University of Maryland, Bill was selected 5th overall in the 2006 MLL draft. He made his professional debut playing outdoor lacrosse for the Baltimore Bayhawks.

In 2007, Bill was also drafted by the Chicago Shamrox for the NLL professional indoor box league. After his first season playing indoor lacrosse, he was named to the NLL All-Rookie team.  During the 2009 season, Bill was picked up by the Toronto Rock and then traded to the Philadelphia Wings, where he was one of the top 3 leaders in point’s production. Bill was also a member of Team USA’s indoor squad that competed in the 2011 World Games in Prague, Czech Republic.

In 2010, Bill was named head coach of the ESPN-rise Warrior 40 High School All-American team. Bill was a member of the Radnor High School coaching staff for the 2010 and 2011 seasons acting as the offensive coordinator. Bill is currently on the St. Joe’s Prep High School lacrosse coaching staff where he serves as offensive coordinator.