CEO / Camp Director Brice Queener
Brice is the first Head Women's Lacrosse Coach in the history of Rhodes College. Rhodes College will begin play in spring 2014. Located on a breathtakingly beautiful campus in Memphis, Tennessee, Rhodes College is the location of our 2013 Day Camp and future events.
The Hill Academy
Brice was the Head Coach of the Prep (grade 12) team at the prestigious Hill Academy, a private school for dedicated student-athletes in Toronto, Ontario. The Hill Academy has sent over 70 student-athletes to division 1, 2, and 3 schools in just seven years of existence. Brice has helped prepare countless players for University lacrosse.
Before The Hill Academy, Brice was a first assistant for Siena Women's Lacrosse and helped the team to a program best start of 6-0 during his only season on staff. Brice was the coach of the offense for Siena and Lindsey Rosecrans set the school record for points in a season that season.
Brice was the first assistant at Binghamton University in 2006-2008, working primarily with the offense, scouting, recruiting, and day-to-day operations of a division 1 program. Brice lists coaching the American East rookie of the year Steven Carlson, and upsetting then #4 ranked University of Albany as highlights of that experience, as well as learning from Head Coach Ed Stephenson.
Upon graduation from Georgetown University, Brice stayed on for one season as the volunteer assistant coach, learning from legendary Hall of Fame Coach, David Urick. Brice worked with the midfielders, goalies, and face-off men that season and helped lead the team to their 5th straight NCAA Quarterfinal birth, before losing to eventual National Champion Virginia University.
Team USA Box Lacrosse
Most recently Brice competed for Team USA in the Bowhunter Cup, in 2012. "It was easily one of the best lacrosse experiences of my life getting to wear the USA jersey, and getting to play with my brother".
Brice was originally drafted by the Rochester Rattlers in 2006 and played one season for the team, until a knee injury forced him out of competitive lacrosse until 2009.
In 2009 Brice signed with the Toronto Nationals and has been with the team ever since. Now playing in Hamilton Brice is a defensive midfielder and plays with his brother Brett. In 2011 the team reached the MLL Finals before eventually falling to the Boston Cannons 10-9.
Canadian Box Leagues
Brice has also played for the Ajax Rock in SR. A Box lacrosse in Canada for one season, and played one season for the Peel Avengers in CLAX (Canadian Professional Lacrosse League).
Brice played collegiately at Georgetown University. The Hoyas won two ECAC league championships and was ranked as high as #2 in the nation and always in the top ten in the nation. Additionally the Hoyas appeared in four straight NCAA quarterfinal games. Brice is the only player in school history to play in every game of his career.
Brice was a 2001 All-American at Penn Yan Academy and is most proud of winning the 2001 New York State Championship with his brother Brett and father Harry Queener (Head Coach) Brice graduated as the all-time leading scorer in Penn Yan Academy history and the all-time leading rusher as well as single season rusher in Penn Yan Academy Football. Additionally Brice won a gold medal in the Empire State Games with the Western Region.