Reaves Klipstein, #13, is the co-founder of 13ers lacrosse. He was the captain of the 2017 Army Lacrosse Team that was 12-4 with wins over Syracuse and Notre Dame. He was a 3 year starting defenseman and was asked to stay at West Point after he graduated to be a graduate assistant coach at the West Point Prep School. Reaves' older brother, Ryan, was the 2011 Bucknell lacrosse captain and a former Division 1 coach. His younger brother, Christian, is the current Bucknell team captain and teammates with their cousin Tom Smith. Reaves' best attribute is his Wife, and co-founder, Kimberley.
Kimberley Klipstein (#3), along with Reaves, is the co-founder of 13ers Lacrosse. Kim was an all NEC player at Bryant University. Kim was a four year starter and in her final year she lead the Bryant Bulldogs to their first ever NEC Championship and NCAA playoff berth. Kim and Reaves grew up together on the Northeast. In December 2018, Kimberley and Reaves became husband and wife.
Matt Work is an incredibly successful Coach at the high school level, Coaching for Cheyenne Mountain High School. He is also the youth director for Cheyenne Mountain lacrosse and shares and tremendous passion for the game along with his fellow coaches.
Avery Littlejohn (#0) was a 3 year starter at Army West Point as an Offensive Midfielder. Avery, now an Infantry Officer, just got back from Afganistan in January. Avery was one of the greatest leaders that Army lacrosse had ever seen. Avery was a true student of the game while he was at West Point, understanding defensive schemes, offensive schemes and fundamentals as well as anyone in the sport.
Nick Prestipino grew up in Pennsylvania and was a PA State Champion in lacrosse. From their he went on to play at Army West Point. Nick, like Avery, just returned from a deployment to Afganistan. Not only was Nick a stud defenseman, he is also an expert in strength and conditioning. Nick is a huge asset to our program. He runs the footwork, pre camp stretch and post camp recovery. We are blessed to have Nick at our camp.
CJ Locante played high school lacrosse in Duxbury, MA. He went on to play at Army West Point. Unfortunately, CJ was plagued with constant knee injuries. CJ was an unbelievably talented attackman but he still remains one of the toughest player in army lacrosse history. In the picture above, CJ (#33) leads the army lacrosse team while carrying the American Fag