Home Town: Cranford

Coaching Experience: 10 years Director of Boys Programs, Former Head Lacrosse Coach, St. Peter's Prep High School, received Coach of the Year honors in his 2007 season; recording St. Peter's Prep High School's most successful season since the program was founded. He is a graduate of Richard Stockton College and played his freshman year at Kean University, going on to win an ECAC Championship. Peter grew up in Maplewood, New Jersey, and graduated from Columbia High School in 1994. Peter was Senior Captain and an all-state attackman who led his team to the quarter finals of his group championship.

Playing Experience: Columbia High School: 1990-1994 Kean University: 1995 Season: Won ECAC Championship Stockton College: 1995-1998

Coaching Expertise: Boys would be my expertise on all levels and positions of the game. I also have proven experience with Girls of all ages from working with some of the top HS programs in the state.

Peter Fusari


What I most enjoy most about coaching lacrosse is  ... the interaction with all the kids, young men and women. They are all so fascinating. I learn a ton from working with them, and they keep me young. There's nothing better than watching one of your students work really hard at something you taught them, and then see them have immediate positive results on the field from it.  It's the most gratifying thing in the world!!

BBL classes differ from our rivals' classes because ... we take a unique approach to teaching the game of lacrosse, and really strive to provide outstanding player development.

Lacrosse is a great sport because ... it is a culmination of so many different sports which involve increased athleticism.  It's one of the fastest sports played and it's super exciting to watch.  

Something interesting or funny you didn't know about me is ... that I am extremely Italian. My entire family was born in Italy. I was the only sibling out of four who was born in the United States.  I am the youngest of my four siblings and grew up speaking Italian fluently in my household.  

When I am not coaching lacrosse, I like to ... spend time with my family,  preferably in the outdoors, either playing with my son in the yard or going on walks or hikes together.   

The proudest moment of my life was ... when my son Nicholas was born. 

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