Skyler grew up on the Chesapeake Bay in Easton, MD and started playing lacrosse in first grade. The middle of three children, he was always playing catch, and developed a love for the game at an early age. He was fortunate to attend The McDonogh School in Baltimore, MD where he learned what it means to give your very best in everything you do. At Middlebury College he was a three-year starter, Academic All-American, 1st Team All-NESCAC, and Honorable Mention All-American in 2009. There, he challenged himself and formed lifelong friendships but, most importantly, he learned that there is nothing more rewarding than playing as part of a team. When he’s not on the Catch! field he is the Head of the Lacrosse Program at Brentwood School and serves as the Director of New Program Development for the US Lacrosse, Greater Los Angeles Chapter. He loves to spend time with friends and family, play music, and put off writing the next great american novel. He is honored and humbled by the opportunity to play and coach lacrosse everyday and hopes he can give back to the game as much as it has given him.