Brandon has played lacrosse since he was in Kindergarten.
He has played for Allen, Dallas Deuces, Iron Horse, Southstar, Booth, Brady's Bunch, and Plano East as an attackman.
Brandon is currently entering his Freshman season at the University of Indianapolis.
Previously at Plano East, Brandon was a four-time Varsity starter and captain, led the team in points in all four seasons, and was named an All-State Attackman for the 2021 season and an All-District Attackman for the 2022 season.
Brandon formerly coached at Plano East for the K/2, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 teams before graduating.
Matt was born and raised in Houston, TX where he started playing lacrosse in 7th grade as a goalie.
He went to Seven Lakes High School in Katy, TX, and played for the Spartans as a three-year Varsity starter.
Upon graduating, he attended Texas A&M University where he played for the Aggies as a defenseman in his Freshman and Sophomore seasons and then a Face-Off Specialist in his final two seasons.
Matt's accomplishments at Texas A&M include two selections to the LSA All-Conference team as a FOGO, and as LSA Conference Championship.
Matt now currently coaches for Plano East as their Varsity and 7/8 Head Coach.
Zack has played lacrosse for ten years as a goalie. He has played for Allen, TNT, Sentry, Iron Horse, and the Booth Indians.
Zack was a three-time Varsity letter at Allen and in his senior year had a 65% save percentage and was an Honorable Mention for State Awards.
Matt Johnson. started his career playing D3 lacrosse at Gordon College and transferred to the University of Oregon during his sophomore year where he obtained All-American honors in his junior and senior years.
In 2016 he moved to Denver for open tryouts and made the 25-man roster for the Denver Outlaws professional lacrosse team.
Following the dismantling of the MLL, he used his polish heritage to continue playing for the Poland National lacrosse team to participate in the World Games in Israel where he was Poland’s leading scorer.
He continues to play for Poland today.
Matt's coaching career began in 2017 when he coached MCLA college lacrosse for two years.
In 2019 he moved to Oregon and coached three years of high school lacrosse.
During those years he coached for the Madlax Oregon select program and later moved to Dallas this year Coaching at 3D lacrosse.
This is his second season coaching high school in Dallas.