Clem D’Orazio – Everest Academy

Clem D’Orazio is in his sixth season as the lacrosse director and head coach of the men’s prep team at Everest Academy.

Clem has recently led the 2015 men’s varsity prep team to a record of 48-7-1 which included a championship in Lansing, Michigan and a National Championship at the Dick’s Tournament of Champions. Along with coaching at Everest Academy, Clem was recently named Coordinator of Player Personal and Manager of Scouting for the NLL’s New England Blackwolves, general manager and offensive coach with the Toronto Beaches Jr. A lacrosse club.

Clem has found success at almost every level he has coached. In 2009, he was apart of the Brock University coaching staff that won a National Championship. The following two seasons, the team finished as runner ups. In 2011, he was apart of the Markham Ironheads OLA Jr. B Coaching Staff of the year. The following year, he captured a National Championship as head coach of the midget Team Ontario. Along with his coaching career, he has also found success in a managerial role, winning a silver medal in 2012 as the general manager for the Men’s U16 Team Ontario. Clem followed that up in 2013 with a National Championship as head coach of the Men’s U19 Team Ontario and in 2014 a silver medal. Clem also coached the Newmarket Redbirds bantam team in 2014 where they won a Provincial ‘B’ box championship. His most recent accolade comes in 2015. In only his first season as general manager and offensive coach with the Toronto Beaches OLA Jr. A lacrosse club, he helped lead the team to the playoffs for the first time in nine seasons and won the 2015 Coaching Staff of the year. Clem has also been a general manager of the Ajax Rock Major lacrosse club during the 2012-2013 seasons and head coach of the Brampton Excelsiors in 2014.

Clem grew up playing minor lacrosse in Milton and Bolton, Ontario. He made the jump to Jr. B with the Mimico Mountaineers where he finished as the 9th all-time leading scorer in franchise history.  Following his junior career he went on to play Senior B and Senior A lacrosse for Brooklin Redmen and Ajax Rock.  Clem played his University lacrosse for Brock University where he was apart of capturing five Canadian University National Championships.

Clem graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Physical Education and completed a Masters of Science in Education at Medaille College.

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