In 2014, Johnny was named the Head Coach of the inaugural Bryn Athyn DIII College Men’s Lacrosse Program posting an 8 - 5 season. Bryn Athyn finished with an incredible 44.9 shooting percentage, the top in NCAA DI, DII and DIII lacrosse. Currently in his second season as Associate Head Coach Bryn Athyn finished with a 9 - 4 record, fourth place in the NEAC and first playoff appearance. The team has a 40.3 shooting percentage number one in DIII and Man up is 41.3 percent.
In various roles as an executive, GM and shareholder, Johnny won nine Professional World Indoor Championships; Buffalo Bandits in 1992, 1993 and 1996; Toronto Rock in 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, and 2005 and Washington Stealth 2010. As General Manager, he holds the record with five NLL Championships and was General Manager of the Buffalo Bandits with the NLL record 22 game winning streak.
Starting in 2004, Johnny spent six seasons with the San Jose Stealth, holding positions as Head
Coach/GM, Managing Director/GM, and President/GM. In 2009 he was President/GM of the
Washington Stealth, and finished in 2010 as an Advisor to the team. In 2011 Johnny was the GM of the Philadelphia Wings, Head Coach (2012-2013), and completed his fourth season as GM in 2014.
Johnny was GM of the Canadian National Indoor Lacrosse team that won the inaugural World Indoor Championship in 2003. More recently, he was the GM of both the Canadian National Field and Indoor teams in the last World Championships in 2010 and 2011.
Johnny is a member of the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2001) as a player on the 1978 national team that won the World Championships in England, Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame (1998), Ithaca College Sports Hall of Fame (2000), Lakeport High School Hall of Fame (2003), National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame, St. Catharines, Ontario Sports Hall of Fame (2008) and Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2009) in the Field Player category.
In 2010 Johnny created the American Indoor Lacrosse Association that provides programs and services that educate, share and develop indoor lacrosse in the United States and globally.
Scott first established himself as an outstanding lacrosse player at Princeton High School in New Jersey, where he earned All-State accolades in 1981, 1982 and 1983, and was selected as a high school All American in 1983.
At the University of Vermont, Scott captained the Catamounts in 1986 and 1987, achieved Honorable Mention All-American recognition in 1987, and was selected to play in the 1987 North-South Senior All Star Game.
Scott was one of the early acclaimed local players to play for the Philadelphia Wings in the National Lacrosse League (NLL), where, as a player, he captained the team for five consecutive years (1994-1998). As a member of the Wings, Scott became one of the most decorated players in league history, winning five championships with the team ('89, '90, '94, '95 and '98). As for his constitution and durability, Scott was the first player in the rough and tumble NLL to ever play in 100 consecutive games. He earned the well deserved reputation as the league’s “Iron Man,” since he never missed a game due to injury.
Joey Sankey was a three time All American in high school at Penn Charter and is currently a starting senior attackman for the University of North Carolina. Joey was second on the UNC scoring list in 2012 and was selected to the All-ACC Team as a freshman.
Jordan Wolf, currently in his second season with the Rochester Rattlers. He attended Duke University, and was a two time All American and led the Blue Devils in scoring in 2012. Wolf was named to the 2011 and 2012 All-ACC Teams and the 2012 USILA All-America second team. He was also a two time All American at Lower Merion High School and Phillylacrosse.com's 2010 Player of the Year.
Bobby Hill: Bobby was named All American in 2009 and 2010. In 2010 Bobby was rated the No. 23 incoming midfielder in the country by Inside Lacrosse. Was named All State 2x and a 2009 Under Armour All-Star. Bobby also excelled on the football field winning the prestigious Maxwell Football Club Award and was First Honors all four years at Malvern Prep.