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Suffolk County, Long Island JV Coach of the Year 2002
Started is College lacrosse career at UMBC, where he started as a freshman. Transfered to Dowling College as a sophomore in 1998, Tim earned USILA Second Team All-American honors and NYCAC Second Team All-Conference.Playing in all 17 games at attack, Moltisanti tallied 36 goals and 41 assists for a total of 77 points, earning him status as 11th in Division II points per game (4.53) and 9th in assists per game (2.41) in 1998. He was a crucial member of the # 1 nationally ranked offense that held an 8.65 scoring margin.As a junior in 1999, Moltisanti netted 19 goals and handed off 33 assists. He was ranked 13th in assists per game in Division II and ranked 3rd in single game highs for assists, handing out a total of 8 assists in the 12-11 loss to Limestone. Moltisanti capped his career with a 21 goal performance and added 20 assists to his records.
Voted by teammates 2 years in a row for team captain.
Assistant Coach Florida Launch MLL
Currently, Head Lacrosse Coach of Flagler College
Florida Brine National Lacrosse Classic Head Coach 2011-2016
Head Coach of Bolles High School from 2013-14. In his two seasons at Bolles, Duncan led the team to a 7-11 and 10-5 records with two District Championships.
Assistant Coach for Division-I Jacksonville University.
Team won 11 games in first two years & made the MAAC playoffs in JU’s first year in the conference. Also directed the Jacksonville Lacrosse Club 2009-13
Head Coach at Essex Community College in Baltimore from 2004-09.
Essex 1999-2009 27 1st team AA / 16 2nd team AA / 3 National Players of the Year
In 2004, the team finished 19-0 and won the NJCAA National Championship
2016: Placed 4 Essex grads on All time team at UMBC
9 out 11 Final Fours
6 out 11 National Championships
Two NJCAA runner-ups finish and five times named the Region 20 Coach of the Year.
6 Club National Championships with Lil Abner's, Lax World, Lax World-DeWalt, DeWalt Lacrosse Clubs
Drafted Pro by Pittsburgh Bulls 1993/Baltimore Thunder 1994
From Rochester, New York
Attended Webster Thomas High School and graduated in 2008 as a 3x Divisional Champion, 3x All-County member, 4-year letter winner, and the school’s all-time assist leader
Member of the inaugural men's lacrosse team at Jacksonville University
Helped JU to 17 wins in the program’s first three years, with wins over two NCAA playoff participants, an appearance in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals, and a win over Navy in the Moe's Southwest Classic
During his time for the Dolphins he was a two-year starter at attack and a three-year letter winner
Finished with 56 career points for JU
Graduated in 2015, with a Master’s Degree in Education
Previous coaching experience includes with The Bolles School, Brine National Lacrosse Classic, Team Florida, PV Possums, Dawgs LC, LB3, Jacksonville Lacrosse Club, Webster Lacrosse Club, and as the Lacrosse Director at i-9 Sports
Helped lead Nease to a 13-7 Record in 2016 and finish as District VI Runner-Up
Mentored an Academic All-American in Ian Areford, now at St. Leo University
Finished Top 15 in the State according to LaxPower and FLN
Helped lead Nease to a 13-5 Record in 2017 and finish as District VI Runner-Up
Competed against the #7 rated Strength of Schedule in the State of Florida
Mentored an Academic All-American in Sean Howard, now at Florida Southern University
Finished Top 20 in the State according to LaxPower and FLN
Named US Lacrosse North Florida Head Coach of the Year
Currently, at Allen D. Nease High School as a Math Teacher
Coach Alford started his coaching career at the Charlotte Latin School soon after graduating from N.C. State University. He was a 4 year starter on defense from 1992 – 1996 at NC State and was an NCLL All Star during his time at NC State.
Coach Alford was the Head Coach and Assistant Coach at Havre de Grace High School in Maryland from 2002 to 2013. As Head Coach he led the Warriors to a 14-5 record and their 1st ever Regional Championship in program history in 2006 losing to the eventual State Champion in the State Semifinals. He was also named US Lacrosse Harford County (MD) Coach of the Year in 2005 losing to perennial powerhouse Glenelg in the Regional Final. Coach Alford led the Warriors from three 1 win seasons from 2002-2004 to a 10-7 record in 2005 and 14-5 record in 2006.
After the 2006 season he was an Assistant Coach for the Nationally Ranked Junior College Essex (MD) Knights under Head Coach Brian Duncan. Coach Alford's duties during practice were helping run offensive or defensive drills under the direction of each offensive or defensive coordinators. On game days he was relied upon to individually coach the players as they came off the field. In 2008 the Knights were runners up in the National Championship losing to Nassau Community College and also made the Final Four in 2009.
Coach Alford returned to Havre de Grace as an Assistant Coach and Offensive Coordinator and Goalies Coach from 2009 to 2013. After the 2013 Season he decided to pursue his dream of coaching lacrosse full time and accepted a position as Head Coach at Creekside High School in St. Johns, Florida.
In 3 seasons at Creekside he has continued the programs successful tradition leading them to a 14-4 record in 2016 and being ranked as high as #10 in the state during the season in one of the toughest districts in the state. In addition to his duties as Head Coach at Creekside Coach Alford is also working with the Creeks Youth Lacrosse Program to help grow the sport in the Creekside community.
From Bayshore Long Island
Suffolk County All Division
4 year starter at new York Maritime College
Ranked among top 10 in school history for goals, assist and points for a single season