Anthony has coached different levels of lacrosse since 1995 at different schools like Fay School (Southborough, MA), Ashland High School, Medway High School (TVL Coach of the Year 2007), Holliston High School, Stonehill College, Easton, MA (Pioneer Collegiate Lacrosse League Coach of the Year 2003) and Regis College, Weston, MA. For the past 11 years he was the owner/director of The Little Gym of Westboro and taught gymnastics and sports to children from ages 10 months to 12 years old. The Little Gym of Westboro received the President’s Circle Award for Outstanding Achievement & Exemplary Performance from The Little Gym International from 2007- 2013 and the Reader’s Choice Awards for the #1 Dance/Gymnastics School in Westboro from 2009-2012, 2014 & 2016.
A former defenseman and captain at Western New England University (College), he earned a degree in business administration and accounting while he was member of the Golden Bears. Currently, Anthony is the Varsity Boys Lacrosse Head Coach at Westborough High School.
For the last seven years, Michael Bove has had the privilege of training many athletes in all sports ranging from team, to individual, youth, high school, and collegiate athletes. As a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Bove has built a reputation for developing speed, strength, and muscular power through the use of break-through training concepts. His desire to make athletes’ stronger, faster, and more explosive is his foundation for his continued success.
Bove grew up playing soccer in his younger years, after concluding his time in the United States Marine Corp., he was exposed to powerlifting, and then began a competitive career in that sport. Since then, Bove has graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science. Michael is certified with the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, International Sports Science Association Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and CPR/AED certified with the American Red Cross since 2012.
“The best part of being a Strength and Conditioning Coach is when I have the opportunity to see kids develop in their self-confidence. I love helping kids achieve things that they never thought were possible. As a Strength and Conditioning Coach I contribute in the development of your child not only in the weight room, but outside of the gym as well. I believe that many life lessons can be taught and learned in the weight room.”
Tricia graduated from New England College in 2015 with a BA in Kinesiology. Tricia played 4 years of soccer at New England College as the team’s goal keeper. During her time at NEC she had multiple internships in her high school’s athletic training room, as well as at The College of Holy Cross under the supervision of Jeffery Oliver and the Strength and Conditioning team. Tricia has worked with all different athletes including football, basketball, hockey, as well as youth athletes. She also comes from a background of personal training in Boston, as well as a group fitness instructor at the YMCA. After playing over 15 years of soccer and her internship at Holy Cross, she developed a love for fitness and helping people reach their goals of living a healthier life style. She is currently studying for her ACE personal training exam and hopes to continue helping people in the fitness industry for years to come.
AVSC/NELC/Old Scotland Wrestling
Brad has been a professional sports coach for the past 4 years for Abbey Villa Soccer Club. Brad has nearly 15 years wrestling experience between competing and coaching. He was a Varsity Wrestler for Walpole High at three weight classes and was awarded 2 wrestling scholarships. He attended Framingham State College where he decided to wrestle club and play rugby for powerhouse Framingham State Rams Rugby. Brad coaches/runs the Old Scotland Wrestling Club, New England Lacrosse Club (Lieelt Laxers) as well as our other soccer-related programs at Zelos Athletics.
Certified USA Boxing Level II Coach
Douglas Glazier, a resident of Hopkinton, MA is a Network Television Cameraman and longtime Boxing Coach and Coordinator of the Ashland PAL Youth Boxing Program. He has had many amateur, exhibition, and pro/am boxing matches and was a finalist for the Boston area auditions of the very first season of “The Contender” reality TV show on NBC, with Frank Stallone (Sly’s brother), Sugar Ray Leonard and Emanuel Steward from Detroit’s famous Kronk Boxing Gym. Mr. Glazier still competes regularly and has a record of 28-and-3 and is a member of the Mass. State Police Boxing Team. He is currently teaching Boxing classes at several Metrowest area gyms. He has worked as one of the Boxing Coach/Trainers at the Natick Boxing Club, the Framingham Boxing Club, the Hudson PAL Boxing Club, and the Ashland PAL Boxing Club, where he has worked with several top amateur and professional boxers, including Danny O’Connor, the 3-time National Champion who boxed for the USA at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and is now a Professional Boxer. Mr. Glazier worked as Coach/Trainer for the Demogenes Boxing Team in Haverhill and still currently teaches group boxing classes at several local facilities. He has been a longtime supporter of amateur youth Boxing Programs and is a Deputy Boxing Commissioner for the Mass. State Boxing Commission, as well as a USA Boxing Judge / Referee / Official.