The United States Lacrosse League is working nationally to identify appropriate individuals that best exemplify the many goals and ambitions of the League. These individuals will be known collectively as the Advisory Board, they will be leaned on by the USLL and it’s owners for guidance, advice and support throughout the process of building America’s premier box lacrosse league.
New Jersey native Ted Glynn brings a lifelong passion for lacrosse to the USLL. Glynn fell in love with the game at an early age and played collegiately at Keane University.
Ted has held many prominent roles in the lacrosse world. He has been a US Lacrosse Youth Director and Coach for the last 15 years and serves on the Board of Directors for Northern New Jersey Youth Lacrosse, one of the largest US Lacrosse Chapters in the country, representing between 15,000 and 18,000 youth lacrosse players. Glynn also serves as a goaltending instructor with an elite lacrosse training academy in northern New Jersey. In his spare time, Ted also plays in several Masters and Grand Masters Tournaments.
Outside of lacrosse, Glynn is a fashion and apparel entrepreneur in the Garment District of New York City and is the founder and owner of Glynn International and WaveDog Sports. He is also passionate about community service, which will benefit charities such as Friends of Jaclyn and several local organizations. Ted resides in northern New Jersey with his wife, Debi, and their daughter Kady, an aspiring lacrosse player herself.
Ted is very excited to be a part of the United States Lacrosse League and hopes that his experience in the worlds of business and lacrosse will be a valuable asset to the league and to its overall growth.
Was born in Trenton, N.J. but now resides in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Was a goaltender for the USA Box Lacrosse Team at the “Nations in 80″ World Box Lacrosse Championships in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada 1980 (Winning a bronze medal) and for the 2007 US Indoor Team at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (Winning another bronze medal) Frank was an assistant coach with the US Indoor Developmental Team 2007-2009. Frank is co-founder, president and player for the Philadelphia Box Lacrosse Association and league which will be celebrating there 28 year 1987-present and also captain of the PBLA Traveling All-Stars, taking teams to play in Canada, Czech Republic, Iroquois reserve and throughout the USA. Frank will be playing in his 14 consecutive Ales Hrebesky Memorial tournament which takes place in Prague/Radotin Czech Republic in April. Frank is a veteren of Many NLL Camps including Phila. Wings 1988, 89, 90, 92 NJ Storm 2001, Washington Power 2002. Frank was co-founder of the Hatboro/Horsham HS Boys team 1999-2001 and Old Dogs Mens Masters Team 2000-2006. Frank was a coach/ player personel for the Hershey Haymakers, Lehigh Valley Flying Dutchmen and Baltimore Bombers of the NALL from 2011-2014 and the NJ Rascals of the PLL in 2012. Frank played for various teams in the Baltimore Indoor Lacrosse League from 1989-2008, Frank is presently on the Advisory board of Goal Guardians International and South Jersey Boys Box Lacrosse League and does work various goaltending clinics, Frank is a retired Corrections Officer of twenty years in Bucks County Pennsylvania and worked many years as the Manager of the Lenape Lacrosse Co. Lacrosse Stores in Hopewell, N.J. Frank presently works security at Novo Nordisk in Princeton, N.J. as he continues his lacrosse endevors. Chat Conversation End