Jason, who grew up in Bel Air, MD has an extraordinary hockey background, including serving as an Asst. Teaching Professional for Tomorrow's Ice and the Mid-Atlantic Selects. Jason enjoyed a great Prep careeer ar South Kent in Connecticut followed by an All-ECAC stint at Lebanon Valley College. Shortly thereafter he was selected to play professionally for the Rio Grande Valley in the Central Professional Hockey league and more recently the Trenton Titans of the highly competetive ECHL. Jason is a coach and skills instructor with Navy Youth Hockey as well as an Assistant Coach for Towson University. Jason is a USA Hockey Certified Hockey Director.
David played his youth hockey for the Valley Forge Minutemen, Little Flyers and the North Jersey Avalanche. After graduating from Clearview High School, David went on to play three years in Canada for the Borderland Thunder and the Fort William North Stars of the SIJHL. Winning the Dudley Hewitt Cup with the North Stars in 05-06 and advancing to the Royal Bank Cup. During the 05-06 season David committed to Neumann College where he helped his team win their first NCAA Championship in 2009. He served as captain of Neumann during his senior year (2010), after his senior year he followed his professional dreams and signed with the Huntsville Havoc of the SPHL. David is a level 3 certified USA hockey coach; in 2010-2011 he served as an assistant coach to Dave Dorman’s Midget National team. From 2011-2014 he coached for the Jaguars out of Mt. Laurel, NJ and served as assistant coach of St. Augustine Prep. In 2015 he rejoined the Little Flyers coaching their 16 National team.
Mike is the President and Director of Hockey Operations for Tomorrow’s Ice, the Hockey Director for the Navy Youth Hockey program, and spent 16 years behind the bench as Head Coach for Calvert Hall College High School. With 166 wins during his tenure, Mike finished as the all-time leader in that category and his teams won 4 MIAA 'A' Conference titles and an MAPHL 'AA' State Championship in 2009. Additionally, Mike was a two-time selection as MAPHL Coach of the Year. Mike earned All-NJCAA honors as a defenseman for Broome Community College as well as the Dean Higgenbottom Sportsmanship award in 1993. Mike finished his college career earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Towson University where he also played defense for the ACHA Division 1 Tigers. While at TU, the Tigers were ranked in the top 10 and earned their first ever berth to the ACHA National Tournament. Mike is a Level 4 USA Hockey Coach and USA Hockey Certified Hockey Director.
For the 2018-1019 Season, the coaching staff will be named later with team assignments when confirmed. We are currently interviewing candidates. Team coaches may included members of the full time TI staff and/or development team.
(Coaches/Instructors subject to change at any time without notice)