Brian Reese joined the Chesapeake Bayhawks in 2011 after spending six years with the Denver Outlaws. Reese has a proven track record with the team, coming off of three seasons as the Outlaws’ Head Coach/GM. During that time he guided the team to a 32-17 (.653) record, four consecutive playoff berths, and two championship game appearances. In 2009, Reese was named MLL Coach of the Year after Denver finished with the league’s best record (9-3) and earned an appearance in the MLL Title Game against Toronto. He also served as Denver’s general manager since the team’s inception in 2005. Reese is experienced in the lacrosse world, as a former player in the NLL from 1998-05 and in the MLL from 2001-05, where he was a four-time MLL All-Star. Reese was a defenseman for Maryland from 1995-98, garnering All-American honors as a senior. He and his wife live in Baltimore with their three children.
Tom Mariano enters his first season as the Assistant Coach for the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Mariano has a distinguished background as both a player and coach throughout his career. He comes from The Ohio Machine where he was the assistant coach and defensive coordinator.
Tano Arrogancia has been with the Chesapeake Bayhawks since 2002. He has been coaching high school lacrosse since 1988 and currently serves as the goalie and face-off coach for The Boy’s Latin School of Maryland. In 2001, he coached Pikesville High to the state championship. He has won several coaching awards including US Lacrosse High School Coach of the Year. Arrogancia has been an active member of the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association since 1994 and played for Syracuse University. He currently resides in Towson with wife, Jen, and daughter, Christina.
Mark Goers is starting his first season with the Chesapeake Bayhawks as an Assistant Coach. He has served 15 seasons with the Navy Lacrosse team. He began as an Assistant Coach from 2002 to 2005 and converted to the Director of Lacrosse Operations where he oversaw Navy’s travel, facilities scheduling, camps and clinics, as well as participating in their budget. Goers graduated from Towson University in 1995 as one of their top players on the lacrosse team, specializing in face-offs. He held a school record for most face-offs won in a single game with 21 against Villanova in '94.
Goers was widely known for his skills as a faceoff expert as he had the best faceoff squad in the country in 2004. He has earned his credibility for producing numerous All-American players at Navy and is eager to be more successful with the Bayhawks.