Greensboro College ’12 – As a player, Bill’s lacrosse career did not begin until his freshman year of high school where the sport was introduced to him by a kid who would grow to become his best friend. Bill played lacrosse for North Meck High School, his cross town rival, as his high school, Hopewell, did not offer lacrosse. After his senior season he was selected to the Queen City Top 50 All Star Game in Charlotte.
Bill was recruited and attended Greensboro College to study History and play lacrosse for Dan Cetrone. As an Attackman for the Pride, Bill led Greensboro College in scoring his junior and senior year compiling over 100 points during his career, finishing in the top five all time scoring at Greensboro College as well as being selected to the USILA All-Star game his senior season. Bill has been involved in coaching since arriving to Greensboro College, helping out with local organizations like TYLA, Greensboro Select, and the Triad Blackhawks. Since graduating Bill has served as a volunteer assistant for his alma-mater. Bill has also spent the past two summers playing Major League Lacrosse for the Charlotte Hounds.