Etowah Boys Lacrosse Head Coach since the 2013-14 school year
2013: Coach Cintineo led Duluth High School (GA) to a 9-8 record and two players were named to the All-Gwinnett County Lacrosse Team
2012: Coach Cintineo was a JV and Varsity assistant coach at The Aquinas Institute (Rochester, NY)
2011: Coach Cintineo was the JV head coach at Brockport High School (Brockport, NY)
2010: Coach Cintineo was a Varsity assistant coach at Brockport High School (Brockport, NY)
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Coach Cintineo lives in Woodstock with his wife Alicia.
Coach Tyler Dinges is in his 3rd season as a varsity assistant coach at Etowah. Prior to Etowah, he coached at Walton High School for four years. Coach Dinges led Walton to its 2nd title in school history in 2019. Speaking of history, Coach Dinges is one of the only people in state lacrosse history to win a state title as a player and as a coach at the same high school. Coach Dinges runs the Eagles defense. He lives in Woodstock with his wife Ashley and their daughter Amelia.
Coach Ben Natelson is from Knoxville, TN. He previously was the head faculty coach for varsity boys' lacrosse at Alpharetta High School 2015-2019. He has also coached volleyball, dive team and soccer. Coach was captain of Emory Eagles Rugby team in college where he attended, class of 2001. Coach Natelson teaches mathematics at Etowah.
Coach Alexander is no stranger to Etowah as he is an Etowah alum. He was a member of the swim team making the state team twice and the All-County team for Cherokee County. After graduating, He went attended Reinhardt College (University) where he played JV basketball, cross country, and lacrosse for two seasons before transferring to Kennesaw State. While playing at Kennesaw State, Coach Alexander earned Second Team Faceoff Specialist for Division 2 MCLA in 2014. During his time playing at KSU, he also coached multiple summer teams, including Cherokee Xtreme where they made an appearance at the IMG National Invitational. After graduating from Kennesaw State, Coach Alexander coached Mill Creek Middle School's basketball team, winning the county championship in year 2 for 7th and 8th grade. In his second year he joined River Ridge's lacrosse program and attending the state playoffs for the first time in school's history. During the next 4 seasons, Coach Alexander led the Knights to the first two winning seasons in school history. He is currently a PE coach at Woodstock Elementary. His wife Lindsey currently teaches PE and coaches girl's soccer at Etowah along with his mother, Cathy who is the nurse. Coach Alexander has a son, Asher, and a daughter, Annie, along with their 5 pets.
Coach Sean attended Kennesaw State University and Reinhardt College where he played collegiate lacrosse at both respectively. He joins the Etowah program offering over 20 years of combined lacrosse playing and coaching experience at Cherokee Xtreme, Hillgrove & River Ridge Youth programs as well as River Ridge and Sequoyah High School programs.