Head Coach

Pat Carney


Pat is a graduate of Springfield High school and was part of the Central League championship team in 1981 and 1982. He helped lead the Cougars to the Pennsylvania Lacrosse Association Championship in 1982. In a rare example of versatility, Pat earned All-Central League Team honors in 1981 (at attack) and in 1982 (as a goalie). Pat permanently switched to goalie and took his talents to Swarthmore College, where he co –captained the team in 1986 and was named the team’s MVP. At Swarthmore, Pat earned All-Mid-Atlantic Conference honors in 1984, 1985 and 1986, and received All-American recognition his senior year. At the club level, he minded the nets for Eagles Eye Lacrosse Club 1987-1993 and the MAB Philadelphia Lacrosse Club, both of which competed for club championships before the advent of the outdoor professional leagues . Pat received All-United States Club Lacrosse Association recognition on several occasions, and played for the Philadelphia Wings from 1988-1990. In 2006, Pat leveraged his Irish heritage and played for Team Ireland, and he still plays at the Master’s level. Pat excelled as a coach as well, serving as an assistant at Swarthmore College in 1987-1988. He later coached in Haven Youth Lacrosse, where he was a board member. He coached in the Penn Star and Mesa Fresh programs and served as an assistant at Strath Haven High School. Pat has been a board member of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Youth Lacrosse Association, and was co-founded the Titan Youth Lacrosse Camp and the Patriot Games Lacrosse Tournament.

Offensive Coordinator

Dave Brumbaugh


Defensive Coordinator

Hank Resch


Assistant Coach & Trainer

Adam Mueller

In 2008 former New York Titans head coach Adam Mueller was given the “Les Bartley Award” for Coach of the Year by the National Lacrosse League. In only their second season in the NLL, Mueller has led the upstart New York Titans to a 10-6 regular season record and their first ever appearance in the Eastern Conference Finals. Spending 19 seasons in the National Lacrosse League, Mueller joined the Titans after two successful seasons coaching the expansion team Minnesota Swarm. He was the assistant coach for the Swarm when it first joined the league in 2005. As Head Coach of the Swarm in 2006, Mueller led the club to an 8-8 record and to the playoffs for the first time in team history. Mueller began his Head Coaching career with the Philadelphia Wings and coached the team for three seasons from 2002-04, compiling a 23-25 record and one playoff appearance. In his second year as an assistant coach for the Wings, Mueller helped lead Philadelphia to a 10-4 record and an NLL Championship in 2001. Mueller becomes the first head coach in league history to lead three different teams to the post-season. He previously earned playoff berths as head coach of Minnesota (2006) and Philadelphia (2002).
A North Brunswick, New Jersey native, Mueller is a former player in the league, playing 75 career games over ten seasons from 1990-2000. He totaled 119 points on 50 goals and 69 assists and collected 259 loose balls in his career. Mueller played with Detroit (1990-94), Baltimore (1995-96), Philadelphia (1997-99) and Albany (2000) and has been a member of three NLL Championship teams, including two as a player with Detroit (1991) and Philadelphia (1998), and one as an assistant coach with the Wings (2001).