Brian T Silcott

Brian has been playing and coaching lacrosse for over 35 years. He has been successful at every level from youth through to the pros and has used the knowledge gained in that success to formulate unique systems for developing players and fostering a love of the game in kids across the country.


Brian was a 2X All American, National Midfielder of the Year and National Champion in college. He went on to play professionally in the MLL and NLL serving as the Captain of the Boston Cannons for four years and lead teams in both the MLL and NLL their respective Championship Games.  


When he retired from professional play at the age 40 he quickly became a head coach in the MLL and soon after the Executive Vice President and Governor for the NLL's Portland Lumberjax.  He has been a college head coach, operated club teams, directed camps, launched youth leagues and provided coaches education to countless programs over the past 20 years.  He also spent time working for US Lacrosse serving as the national men's game director.  Brian is currently the Head Coach of the Scottish National Team.


Outside of lacrosse Brian has started several successful companies, worked in market research, managed athletic facilities and served as the CEO of the Oregon State Fair and Exposition Center.  


A tireless worker and coach, Brian created this program with a commitment to providing outstanding coaching, leadership and guidance to young men and women who play the sport of lacrosse.


Brian has been inducted into the Hall of Fame at Fox Lane High School and the US Lacrosse Hudson Valley Chapter (NY).  He lives in Redwood City, CA with his wife Karen and son Cameron James.



What they say about Coach Silcott
"Brian Silcott is one of the most knowledgeable and innovative minds in lacrosse. He has a natural ability to teach and develop players. His style of lacrosse is focused on getting players lots of touches and playing the game fast. Brian is a leader on and off the field. I could not ask for a better coach to be around a program. He honors the game and focuses on keeping it fun and fast paced during practices, while still demanding hard work and excellence. Brian is one of the game's all-time best and strongly recommend getting him in front of your players, as a leader of character and as a lacrosse coach. "
         -Justin Bokmeyer:  Captain US Army,  Former Captain Army West Point Lacrosse
"Coach Silcott has elevated my game immensely in a very short period of time. He has the rare ability to teach and demonstrate the little details that can make good players great, something no coach I have played for has been able to do. Specifically, he breaks down the How and Why of various dodging and shooting techniques for players to gain a full understanding of wasting no motions, and doing everything on the field with intention."
          -Jules Heningburg:  1st Team All Big Ten Attackman, Rutgers University

Brian Silcott is the ideal coach for any local, regional or national lacrosse programme. He has a wealth of accumulated knowledge from playing and coaching at all levels, and with all ages. He manages to install the fundamentals, up to the highest technical levels of development, with a tremendous degree of professionalism, and with great patience and charisma ensuring challenging, enjoyable and satisfying experiences. His approach is based on unity, but he also takes the time to identify and advise on individuals requirements. His depth and width of experience and ability places him at the forefront of coaching in Europe.


          -Mark Hodkin, UMBC (’86),  1986 All World Team, 5X National Team Member (England/Scotland)

"I had the opportunity to work with with coach Silcott in Jacksonville. We worked on small parts of my game that are sometimes overlooked. Within a week I'd learned a few a months worth of lacrosse, it was an amazing experience. He cares a lot about the game, and will try to make you the best player you can be but more importantly, he cares more about the individual and developing you into a well-rounded young man."
          -Chad Tolliver:  Midfielder, Rutgers University
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