A Philadelphia product through Germantown Academy, Holmes started in every game of his career for the University of Virginia including two final fours, was the captain of the 2005 team, and won the team defensive MVP award in ’05 including All-America honors. Since 2006 Holmes has been a career starting defenseman logging over 140 career starts 16 goals and over 400 loose balls in both professional lacrosse leagues. Holmes currently plays close defense for the New York Lizards. Holmes is a veteran of the Philadelphia Wings and San Jose Stealth.
COACHING: Holmes has been a career coach since 2006 and has enjoyed ample success in his young career. Highlights include a national championship assisting the defense for UVA in 2011, A 24-0 perfect season as defensive coordinator of the 2014 Malvern Prep Friars, and multiple league titles and playoff runs as a head coach and assistant coach at the High School level. Holmes continues today as #3 Nationally ranked Malvern Prep’s returning defensive Coordinator. Holmes created the curriculum and training philosophy at Fusion which is enhanced by Crowley, Hoffman, McCormick and McEvoy’s additions.
The only player to be drafted 1st overall in the MLL, NLL and WLA Entry Drafts. Kevin is Canadian born via Vancouver and has dominated every venue lacrosse has to offer. Stars for Team Canada, the MLL Florida Launch and NLL Philadelphia Wings. 2013 MLL-MVP Award Winner. Crowley attended Stony Brook University where he holds the record for most points in school history, was a two-time first team All-American, D1 Midfielder of the Year and Player of the Year. Kevin also made All-World for Team Canada at the 2008 World Juniors. Most recently Crowley lead Team Canada to a World Championship victory, scoring 5 of the first 6 goals and earning game MVP
COACHING An assistant coach with D1 St. Joseph’s University this past Spring, Crowley continues to lend his offensive expertise as a Coordinator for the Shipley school today. Kevin has logged countless hours directing camps including his own Sea To Sky lacrosse camps in British Columbia. Kevin leads the offensive skills curriculum at Fusion.
A graduate from Malvern Prep and Drexel University, McCormick has excelled on the field as a player and from the sidelines as a coach. While at Malvern, he was a Captain for the school’s only state championship team in 2006. A natural leader and performer, Coach McCormick started every game of his career at Drexel University, was a two-time Captain and three time all-conference player. Thought of highly by his teammates and coaches, McCormick won the coaches award in 2010. He was also the third Dragon player to be awarded Scholar All-American, given for leadership and performance on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. As a senior in 2010, McCormick concluded his collegiate career being elected to participate in the North/South Senior All-Star game.
COACHING McCormick has spent years during and after college as a high level coach. He was Drexel’s graduate assistant coach in 2011 and an assistant at Penn Charter School for three seasons. Currently McCormick is on staff at local powerhouse and #3 nationally ranked Malvern Prep, and head coach of our 2017 Elite team.
Ryan Sankey : Offensive Specialist, Coach
Kevin Philibin : Director of Events, Defensive Specialist, Coach
Another local product, Coach Philibin began his playing career at Avon Grove High School in West Grove, PA. He was a three year starter at close defense and long stick midfield. Coach Philibin garnered all-league accolades as both a junior and senior and added an all-area award his senior season, and participated in the South Eastern PA Senior All Star Game. During his senior season he was named both the team’s defensive player of the year and most valuable player. After graduating Avon Grove in 2006, he continued his playing career at the University of South Carolina where he immediately found himself in a starting role at close defense. Philibin helped lead the Gamecocks to their first league playoff appearance in over two decades.
COACHING Kevin began his coaching career in 2011 at Unionville High School where he coached two seasons alongside former US Lacrosse Coach of the Year John Rohde. In 2012 he accepted a teaching position at West Chester Rustin and was brought on as an assistant coach for the Golden Knights and has been an integral part in building the program. He is entering his third season at WC Rustin and second with Fusion Lacrosse.
Coach Wiles finds a new home with Fusion Lacrosse after years as an NLL offensive standout. Born in Ontario Canada, Wiles grew up standing out on the ice in the winter and playing box lacrosse throughout the summers. Awarded a full scholarship to the University of Delaware, Wiles quickly learned the outdoor American game and stood out as a goal-scoring threat. Returning to his indoor roots, Wiles was picked 4th overall in the 2004 NLL Draft to the Philadelphia Wings. With over 450 career points, 3x NLL All-Star Game appearances , and an Indoor World Championship under his belt, we couldn’t be happier to have Coach Wiles passing on his expertise to our players.
As a coach, Wiles has directed Pro-Star Box Lacrosse Camps in Canada for the past 9 years. Drawing the camp’s participants from Orillia, Ottawa, Barrie and Nunavut, Pro-Star Box Lacrosse Camps has been successfully teaching players from various backgrounds the ins and outs of the game for years. Another program Coach Wiles assists with is the Charity Right to Play, a lacrosse development program reaching out to remote areas of Canada and returning the game to its most basic roots. Wiles currently resides in Havertown, PA with his wife and two young daughters and is happy to now call Fusion Lacrosse home. His knowledge and passion for the game shines through every time he’s on the field and sideline. Coach Wiles is perfect match for our program’s staff and philosophies, and another excellent teacher of the game as well.
Colton Vosburgh : Offensive Specialist, Coach
The first lacrosse All-American out of Unionville High School, Vosburgh continued his playing career as a midfielder for Penn State University. As an offensive force for the Nittany Lions, Vosburgh helped lead the program in 2009 playing in all 14 games and finishing 4th on the team in scoring. He continued playing in every game before graduating in 2011. A 3-time All Conference player and recipient of the Michael J. Jacober Memorial Scholarship for excellence in athletics, leadership, and academics, Fusion is proud to add another great player and coach to our staff. After Penn State, Colton continued playing semi-pro indoor lacrosse for two seasons in Reading and Baltimore.
COACHING Following in the footsteps of his father, All-American D1 midfielder and legendary local coach Bruce Vosburgh, Colton excels as a teacher of the game and inspires players to work to their full potential. While summer club teams, camps, and individual training sessions has been Vosburgh’s primary focus, Colton returns to Fusion having helped in 2014 ready to coach year-round and further solidify Fusion’s outstanding staff.
Ashley Razzano : Communications Administrator
After graduating from high school, Ashley attended York College of Pennsylvania to study Sport Management and compete on their Track and Field team for two years. There, she earned the Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic award twice. She is now a full time student at West Chester University where she is studying for a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology; Health and Physical Education as well as a Teacher Certification. Additionally, she is a fitness trainer at a gym in King of Prussia. Ashley was a skilled lacrosse and field hockey athlete for 6 years prior to college.
Todd Faiella: Director, West Coast Programs
A true multi-sport stand-out from Marshfield High School in Massachusetts. Todd continued his career at Deerfield where he was team MVP in both football and lacrosse. He then played both college football and lacrosse at Brown University helping his teams win Ivy league champs in football in 2005 and in lacrosse in 2008. Todd’s leadership and commitment have stood out as much as he athletic prowess. Todd was a lacrosse team captain at Brown in 2009 winning the Rick Whelan award for unselfish play, dedication to the program and overall commitment to excellence. After transferring to UVA after injury, Todd was a solid defensive contributor all season long and into the finals when Virginia won the national championship. Again Todd’s personality along with his play was a major contributing factor in his teams success, winning UVA’s Tom Rixey Award that year, for the teams most spirited and emotional leader. Todd continues to play today when his schedule allows with the LXM pro tour.
COACHING Since graduating college Todd has been a career coach. He has spent much of this time coaching teams alongside MLL stars Chris Rotelli and Eric Martin as well as successfully running his own UVA star-studded camps in Utah as CEO of his old company NATV and his new venture NRG lacrosse. Todd most recently was the defensive coordinator with NorCal powerhouse Marin Catholic and will be coaching at Park City High School this Spring. Todd will be running Fusion indoor lacrosse programs and summer camps throughout the west, as well as helping organize Fusion National Tournaments.