Muldoon is currently an attackman for the Denver Outlaws and is the offensive coordinator at Colorado College. He was a 2x Division I All-American and Academic All-American at Brown University. Thomas ranks 10th on Brown’s all-time goal scoring list and is 13th all-time in points for the Bears. He is one of only a few Ivy league players to ever receive three First Team All-Ivy selections, and led the Bears to two Ivy League Championships in his time at Brown.
A Seneca Nation native of the Hawk clan, Ira grew up on the Tonawanda Reservation of upstate New York and has had a lacrosse stick in his hands since birth. With a Master Degree in Creative Writing from the Institute of American Indian Art, Ira brings his passion for indigenous civil rights and love for the creator’s game to every Earth Lacrosse program. The grandson of Seneca Chief Stuart Jamieson, Ira is the true definition of lacrosse ambassador and steward of the game.
Lucy, the Colorado College Women’s Assistant Coach and Earth Lacrosse Girls Program Director, brings her passion and expertise to every lacrosse program she is a part of. A two sport varsity athlete at Colby College, Lucy was the captain of the field hockey team and midfielder for the women’s lacrosse team in her four years at Colby. Her upbeat and kind demeanor is infectious and her love for the game and coaching make her the perfect leader for our girls programs.
Frank, a Mohawk Nation native of the Wolf clan, grew up on the Akwesasne reservation of upstate New York and has had a lacrosse stick in his hand since birth. Like many Iroquois men, Frank’s first gift was a small wooden lacrosse stick placed in his crib as a baby. The grandson of world famous spiritual leader and Iroquois Chief Jake Swamp, Frank has continued in his grandfather’s footsteps by spreading the medicine game and the indigenous wisdom passed down from his ancestors.