Pete Mitchell has been the Training Director and Coach for Twenty4 for 3 years and over 30 years as Varsity Coach for Comsewogue Boys Lacrosse. With many County, State and National Championships under Mitchelle Twenty4 Players develop around an All-American Program.
Pete Mitchell has made a clear impact on the Long Island Lacrosse community. He has coached at Comsewogue High School for nearly 30 years, beginning his tenure as head coach in 1999. Since then, Mitchell has accumulated over 350 wins and was head coach of the Empire State Gold Medal team in 2001. If this wasn’t enough, his historic track record even includes seven straight years as Suffolk County Champs from 1996-2002. In this time, Comsewogue earned four Long Island Championships and four New York State Championships. His dedication and skill as a coach is a testament to the decades of D1 talent that he has mentored.
Notre Dame lacrosse alumnus Mickey Blum to has joined Twenty4 Lacrosse as Nassau County Coach Director. For the past 5 years Mickey has served on the Freshman Staff at Chaminade HS under legendary Head Coach Jack Moran.
Mickey earned a New York State Championship at Garden City playing under the legendary “Doc” Dougherty, and had a great college career at Notre Dame under Kevin Corrigan and Kevin Anderson. His high school coaching experience back at Garden City under Steve Finnell, and down in Maryland at Severna Park High School will enable him to connect to our players right away.
Coach Blum brings more than 20 years of coaching experience at the high school ranks as well as a bevy of playing experience, having won a state championship at Garden City High School and playing for a Notre Dame squad that reached the 2001 NCAA Championship semifinals.
A Rockaway Beach, N.Y., native, Blum was the only captain on his high school squad that won the New York State Championship his senior year in 2000. Following a successful high school career, Blum went on to Notre Dame where he was a four year starter at close defense on teams that finished in the top-10 in NCAA Division I lacrosse in scoring defense. His 2001 Notre Dame squad reached the NCAA Championship semifinals.