2022 Gators Lacrosse Club Team
2021 Gators Lacrosse Club Team
6th – 8th Graders Planning to Attend Green Level High School in Cary NC
If you are a rising 6th through 8th grader whose middle school is within the Green Level High School district, you are eligible to play for the Gator Middle School team. Below are the Middle Schools that funnel into Green Level High School
- Mills Park Middle School
- Salem Middle School
We Are Dedicated to Growing Lacrosse for Green Level High School
Run through Red Devil, the Gators Lacrosse club is focused on developing future Green Level High School Lacrosse players. We hope to teach our players the concepts, terminology, and play style used at the varsity level. Players will have the opportunity to start early with their future High School team.
Let us know if your rising 6th-8th grade son will be attending Green Level High School
Practice & Game Schedule
We will be having 2 weekday and 1 weekend practice starting in Feb 2023
- Norris Park – Practice and Home Field – 910 S Hughes St, Apex, NC 27502
- Seymour Park – 2600 Evans Rd, Apex, NC 27502
Triangle Youth Lacrosse Conference
We are proud to be part of the Triangle Youth Lacrosse Conference, which is a middle school lacrosse league (6th-8th grade)
Specializing in Defense, Goalies, Midfield, and Clears
Coach Dave has been coaching club and rec Lacrosse since 2014. He attended Wayland High School in Massachusetts and was a defenseman on the varsity squad. A team captain and Dual County All-Star his senior year, he went on to play Division II lacrosse at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts. He started all four years at Bentley, and played defense, LSM, and SSDM. During his four years, Bentley had a 41-13 record, made it to the NE-10 championships three times, and played in the ECAC playoffs three years. Furthermore, Bentley led the NCAA in fewest goals against during his senior year. After college, Dave played for various clubs and indoor lacrosse teams before moving to North Carolina. In addition to coaching for RDU, Dave spent two seasons coaching for Lacrosse Trainer and three years coaching for the Cary Bulldogs. Dave also volunteers at elementary schools, teaching PE classes how to play lacrosse, strings over 100 lacrosse heads a year for RDU teams, and volunteers as an official for High School games.
Coach Dave has a coaching record of 207-90-14 since 2016. He believes every kid has the capability to be great at something that can help the team achieve success. His job as a coach is to teach the players how to maximize their ability to get better and to help the understand how they can contribute to the team.
Specializing in Offense, Faceoffs, EMO, and Rides
Coach Ahart is from Syracuse, NY and started coaching for Red Devil United in 2017. He has coached the 2025 and 2027 teams (including the RDU 2025 team that took 4th place at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Tournament of Champions). Tom is a US Lacrosse National Level II certified coach and is currently finishing the highest Level III certification.
He played both Division I lacrosse and soccer at Niagara University in NY. He was a starter in the midfield on both teams since his freshman year and was awarded honors to the MAAC All-Academic team three times.
Most of Coach Ahart’s sports accolade’s were on the soccer field. He was the Syracuse Player of the Year during his senior year of high school and was 3-time First Team All-League. He was the Oswego High School MVP his senior year and elected team captain during his junior/senior years. He was a 5-time member of the the New York State Olympic Development Program (ODP) team and trained with the best players in the US for the National Team. His elite soccer club, the Syracuse Blitz Magic, won the NY State Championship 6 years in a row and a won the gold medal at US Indoor Soccer Championships. He also won a gold medal in the Men’s Open Division at the NY State Games.
Dr. Ahart is a Chiropractic Neurologist and holds three post-doctorate degrees in neurology. Most of his academic work revolves around traumatic brain injury and concussion rehabilitation.
Coach Ahart’s greatest pride is his wife and six children. This influences his coaching style by providing strong values, a tireless work ethic, and an encouraging attitude. With multiple kids playing lacrosse, he hopes to be coaching and cheering for Red Devil United teams for many years to come.