About Patrick Haley
The IMG Academy lacrosse program summer camps are led by lacrosse veteran Patrick Haley. Born and raised in Maryland, Patrick has played and coached lacrosse for 20 years. He played high school lacrosse for St. Mary’s Annapolis in the powerful MIAA-A conference before playing two years at Towson University for Tony Seaman, then transferring to Florida State where he led his team in 2007 with 30 goals and 21 assists.
Prior to IMG, Patrick coached at every different age group for the La Jolla Lacrosse Club in San Diego, CA, where he played for top team Quicksilver Lacrosse Club. He worked as personal trainer for young lacrosse athletes while also running several camp and clinics.
Before moving to California, Patrick was an assistant coach at Queen Anne’s High School where he lived on the eastern shore of Maryland. That QA team produced at least five Division I recruits (including two of his younger brothers who now play for Maryland and Georgetown) and won QA’s first ever Maryland State Lacrosse Championship.
Patrick focuses on the teaching side of lacrosse, with a focus on quality repetitions, advanced skills, overall athleticism, and lacrosse IQ.