Contact Us

Sean Humphreys
Sean Humphreys has been a club member since 2003.  He was elected president of the Asheville Men's Lacrosse Club in 2010 by the club board.  
Sean graduated from Father Judge High School in Philadelphia, PA in 2000, where he was a three year starter on the varsity squad.  He served as captain, both his junior and senior year, was awarded team MVP twice, and elected to the  All-Conference team  his senior year.  Humphreys then attended Division II Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, NC, where he started all four years and served as captain both his junior and senior year.  After graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in 2004, Sean served as the Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach at the College.  He was the first to hold this position at the school.  Sean is the Director of the Blue Ridge Classic Lacrosse Tournament held in Asheville, NC.
To contact Sean, email
Dylan Mandeville
Vice President/Treasurer
Dylan Mandeville has been a club member since 2011.  He was elected vice president/treasurer of the Asehville Men's Lacrosse Club in 2012 by the club board.

Dylan is originally from michigan. He played college football at Alma college and one year of club lacrosse there To rehab an injury in the offseason and fell in love with the game. Mandeville moved to Charlotte in 2003 and then to Asheville in 2009. He started playing lacrosse again in 2011  for the first time since 1999.  

To contact Dylan, email

Mike Frisch
Youth Lacrosse Director
Mike Frisch is in his third year as the Director of Youth Lacrosse in the Asheville area. Mike has been a member of the Asheville Men's Lacrosse Club since 2010. He is one of the clubs most experienced close defensemen. Frisch is originally from Annapolis, MD . He played at St. Mary's High School and was the team captain his senior year. He then played at Brown University during which time they made the NCAA Division I playoffs twice, in 1987 and 1990. He has since played on several club teams around the country and has been a member of the Brown State Masters Club team for the Summit Lacrosse tournament in Lake Placid since 2005. He has played under two Hall of Fame coaches, Daffy Russell and Dom Starsia.
For registration and scheduling information, please contact Mike at
Connor Jardeleza
High School Lacrosse Director
Connor Jardeleza has been a member of the Asheville Lacrosse Club since 2003. Before this he played lacrosse at Paint Branch HS and Howard Community College where he was a captain and midfielder at both schools. After graduating from Howard CC he moved to the Asheville area where he played lacrosse at Mars Hill College for another two years. Upon graduating from Mars Hill with an English major and an Education minor, Coach Connor decided to stay in the area not only to play with the Asheville Lacrosse Club, but to help the youth program to flourish as well. After coaching at Asheville Middle School and Asheville High School for a year each, Coach Connor decided to create his own team to support the growing high school boys lacrosse population in the area. Thus the Asheville Empire was born. Currently, The Empire is in its third season and looking for new players, coaches, sponsors and supporters constantly. Coach Connor is also a counselor every year at The Christ School for its summer lacrosse camp: Revolution Lacrosse Camp.
For registration and scheduling information, please contact Coach Connor at
Rachel Hillhouse
Women's Lacrosse Director
Rachel is originally from Victor, NY.  She has been playing since 1996, and played throughout high school and coached youth for 4 years.  Hillhouse helped start the Carolina Day Girls Lacrosse program in 2011 as a club team with 8 girls.  They  now have 29 girls and compete at the Varsity and JV Levels.  Rachel created the Raw Lacrosse Camp and this will be the camp's third year as the only girls lacrosse camp in WNC.  She has taught girls from the ages 6-18 how to play and compete at various levels.  With the demand of lacrosse growing in thearea, Rachel will also be helping to organize adult women's lacrosse.
For more information on women's lacrosse in Asheville, please email

Where we practice

Memorial Stadium, Asheville, NC 28801