Ricky Reyes

VA: Leesburg
1.03 Thousand
Co-Founder & Director of Operations at Hammers Elite.

Coach Reyes is the Director of Operations of Hammers Lacrosse (formerly Evergreen Lacrosse) who helped launch the program back in October 2014. He is currently an Assistant Coach at NCAA Division II Queens University of Charlotte in North Carolina. The Royals finished #12 in the nation in 2019 with a 13-5 record after losing in the NCAA Tournament in Overtime.

Coach Reyes was the former Varsity Head Coach at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville, Virginia from 2018 and 2019 after serving as the Woodgrove Varsity Assistant in 2017 and the Loudoun Valley JV Head Coach 2016.

Throughout his coaching career, Coach Reyes has mentored young men who have gone on to play and study at numerous colleges and universities at all different levels such as High Point University, VMI, Christopher Newport University, Tampa University, Lafayette College, Virginia Tech, Lynchburg University, University of South Carolina, Mary Washington, Washington College and many other intercollegiate programs. Reyes is also extremely proud of all of the All-Conference, All-Region, All-State and Bob Scott selections he has coached over the years. He has also served as the Head Coach of the Virginia National Team and Assistant Coach of the Patriot League Team at the Committed Academy.

Coach Reyes was a midfielder at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, Virginia for 3 seasons where he also served as team captain and a recipient of the annual leadership award. After high school, he would go off to play at DIII Christopher Newport University for two seasons (2011-2013) before launching the Evergreen Lacrosse Club in 2014 during his junior year.

Coach Reyes was also a member and team captain of the Philippines Lacrosse Association (PLA). The PLA is now recognized as the Philippines National Team and an official member of the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) that competes in the World Games, and hopefully one day, the Olympics. They are currently ranked 10th in the world after a stellar performance in the 2018 World Games.