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As a lifelong resident of the western NY area, I grew up a multi-sport athlete and daughter of a high school football coach. I was a 2 time MVP in basketball and excelled in track in the jumps and hurdles. I carried my love of athletics on as an adult, continuing to play sports and eventually becoming a PE teacher and coach of high school track, basketball, volleyball and cross country, while raising 4 children who were all 3 sport high school athletes, spanning volleyball, soccer, football, wrestling, basketball, track, tennis and baseball.
I was privileged to coach 2 of my daughters in volleyball,
basketball and track, where they assisted their teams to several school championships
and breaking school records in all 3 sports. They both decided to continue playing
volleyball in college, one as a successful outside hitter at D3 Nazareth
College, leading her team to 3 conference titles, while my youngest daughter continued her athletic career as a starting defensive specialist at D1 University of
Buffalo her freshman year, and then transferred to Babson College in Boston, and is the starting libero for their successful D3 program.
As a coach, I strive to assist athletes to become the best they can be through skill development and off-season training, while teaching values of teamwork, sportsmanship and developing a work ethic that will lead them to be successful at the next level, whether in athletics or in life. I have coached track, volleyball and basketball for over 10 years for WNY Section 5 and 6 schools, Penfield, Elba and Albion. During that time, those teams have achieved league, sectional and state titles, with several individual athletes earning sectional and state honors and awards, and going on to further their athletic experiences in college.
Having an extensive background in various high school sports at the highest level and experiencing the recruitment process at each of the divisional levels from an inside perspective as both a parent and a coach, I have a strong base of knowledge to draw from to identify talent and guide aspiring student athletes to find a college that will best fits their needs and help them achieve their goals. Knowing first-hand how overwhelming the process can be, my goal is to help athletes and their families alleviate some of the unnecessary stress and make this exciting time of their lives enjoyable and positively memorable. I am excited at the opportunity to help athletes follow their dream.
Born and raised in the Western New York area just outside of Buffalo (also known as Hockey Heaven), Cam specializes in ice hockey. He is also active in lacrosse and football, as he played travel lacrosse and high school football before going overseas to play junior hockey in Europe. He is currently a level 3 certified coach with USA Hockey, working on his level 4.
Paul Lantz is an area scout for Eastern Pennsylvania and the Southern Tier of New York. Lantz is currently the athletic director at Towanda High School where he also coached football, basketball and softball. As a coach and AD at Towanda, he has been part of 20 league championships, won five District IV championships and had 11 PIAA state qualifiers. His over 20 years of coaching also includes AAU girls and boys basketball, junior football and little league baseball. His three sons (football) and one daughter (basketball) all went on to play college sports. Lantz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Mansfield University and a Master's degree in sports management from California University of Pennsylvania. Lantz is a graduate of Towanda High School where he was a three-sport athlete.
Darien Lantz is an area scout for the northern tier of Pennsylvania and the southern tier of New York. Lantz earned her Sports and Recreation Management degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford where she also played basketball. While at UPB, Lantz was recognized with the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Sportsmanship Award and a member of the AMCC All-academic Team. She also received the UPB Scholar-Athlete Award. A graduate of Towanda High School, Lantz starred in basketball, soccer and track and field earning 12 letters and was named the PIAA District IV Athlete of Year. She scored over 1,000 points during her high school basketball career. She captained the basketball and soccer teams to the district playoffs and the basketball team to the state playoffs. Lantz also was the league champion javelin thrower in 2010. Lantz coaching experience involves youth and AAU basketball teams, and she has been an instructor at basketball camps in Pennsylvania and New York.
NCAA DIII All-American (Rochester Institute of Technology), Club team coach (G2 World Wrestling Academy), and all-out lover of the sport of wrestling! I'm here because no one was there to guide me through the college selection process with athletics in mind, and I'd like to help more student-athletes make the right choice for themselves.
Bio coming soon!