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Brody BushBrody Bush

Coach Bush is currently the head coach at Conestoga High School. He is highly credentialed as both a player and a coach.

As a player, he was a high school All-American as well as Central League MVP at Penncrest High School. At Rutgers, he was a four year starter, team captain, north/south game participant. He remains on the top ten all-time list for total points and assists for the Scarlet Knights.

Coach Bush helped the United States win the gold medal for the U-19 USA team in Tokyo, Japan 1996 and played professionally for the Philadelphia Wings. He also played internationally in Australia.

He has coached at all different levels from middle school, high school and college. His first job out of Rutgers was as the assistant coach at Williams College, where his team won the NESCAC championship. As a volunteer assistant, he help start the men’s lacrosse program at Immaculata College.

Brody in his 1st season as the Pioneer’s Head Coach. For the past six years, he served as the Pioneer’s offensive coordinator, compiling a record of 122-27. During his tenure, the Pioneers won the three PIAA State Championships (2010, 2011, 2012) and helped lead the team to five straight appearances in the Championship Game. Under his tutelage, Conestoga earned four District 1 and four Central League Championship. He has led the team, considered a dark horse despite its tradition, to the PIAA state playoffs again in 2015.

Coach Bush is a health and physical education teacher in the school district at Tredyffrin Easttown Middle School.
Craig GrattonCraig Gratton

Coach Gratton has been an assistant coach at Conestoga since 2005, focusing on the development of players on the defensive end. Prior to Conestoga, he served as an assistant coach at Framingham High School. Coach Gratton played locally at Harriton High School (1997) and then played Division III lacrosse at Denison University (2001).
Greg TaicherGreg Taicher

  • Starting attackman for Rollins College Tars
  • Standout attackman at Conestoga High School
  • Conestoga team Offensive Player of the Year 2015
  • All-Central League Honorable Mention 2015
  • Led Conestoga to District 1 Runner-up and State Quarterfinal 2015