Rich Levi is in his first year coaching with the Cardinals
squad. A native of Baltimore, Md., he graduated from the Gilman
School. After Gilman, Levi went on to become captain of the Brown
University Bears in Providence, R.I. During his time there, the
Bears were undefeated in the regular season, won the Ivy League
Championship in 1991, was also ranked #2 in the country, and went
to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament in 1991 and 1992. He
will be working on face-offs and developing team strategies.
After graduating from Brown, Levi lived in Park City, Utah for 13 years where he was very active in the Utah lacrosse community. From 2006 to 2008, he was the head coach of the University of Utah Men's Lacrosse Team, where he won the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference's Coach of the Year award in 2008. He had also served as head coach of the Park City High School varsity and JV teams.
While in Utah, he served as the director of the Park City youth program working to develop young talent. In the summer, he directs Utah's Nike Lacrosse Camp, and he and his wife previously ran a nonprofit program that provided lacrosse camp scholarships for inner city athletes.
Levi relocated back to Maryland this past fall. He currently lives in Rockville with his wife Debbie and their twin daughters Sadie and Zoe.