The 博鱼体育电竞 曲棍球 Experience
The 博鱼体育电竞 曲棍球 18U National program allows those players moving on from the 16U levels to continue their education without disruption, while offering a widely desired and, 直到现在, unavailable alternative to New England Prep School 曲棍球. Our 18U National team plays the most competitive Tier I Midget schedule, participating in the top 18U tournaments in the northeast and across the country.
By continuing their high school education at 博鱼体育电竞, our 18U players position themselves to make the transition to higher levels on graduation, 包括NCAA, USHL和背影. 博鱼体育电竞 students on the 18U National team are receiving college commitments from some of the top academic and Division 1 NCAA schools in the country. In addition, our students regularly receive attention from NHL scouts. They are placed on the NHL Central Scouting List and projected as future NHL draft picks.
Director of Skill Development
Coach Uryadov first joined 博鱼体育电竞 community in the Fall of 2000 as a student, and returned to his alma mater in the Fall of 2015 as Faculty and Coach.
He is originally from St. 彼得堡 Russia, where he grew up playing hockey for SKA St. 彼得堡. 虽然, he captained his 1986 birth-year team and led the team in points in every single season, helping SKA to advance to Russian National Championships and receive the silver medals in 1998-1999 season.
Coach Uryadov then continued his hockey career at 博鱼体育电竞, where he served as team captain for multiple seasons and helped the team win their first New England Prep School Ice 曲棍球 Championship in 2004.
After 博鱼体育电竞, he attended and played for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), 2009年毕业. He returned to Europe, where he continued to play professionally until 2011.
Since joining the 博鱼体育电竞 曲棍球 staff, Coach Uryadov has worked with teams from all three levels 15O, 16和18 u, helping them win numerous USPHL, Showcase and Tournament Championships, as well as helping lead teams to multiple appearances at Nationals and winning Nationals with the 18U team in 2017-2018 season.
He resides on campus with his wife Elena and their sons Mark and Alexander.
18U 曲棍球 助理教练
Ryan comes to 博鱼体育电竞 from UMass Amherst, where he volunteered as an assistant coach for the last two seasons. Prior to transitioning to coaching, he was a grad transfer to UMass during the 2018-19 season. Before UMass, Bliss earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University in 2018.
一个罗利, North Carolina native, Bliss spent two seasons playing with the National Team Development Program in Michigan after attending prep school at St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire. He lived in Massachusetts for the last eleven years and has two younger brothers, both hockey players at Bowdoin College and Brown University, who share his passion for the game.
Strength and Conditioning Coach
Coach Bonis has extensive experience with both hockey and athletic conditioning. He played both at Proctor Academy and in the Eastern Junior 曲棍球 League (EJHL). He is a USA certified swim coach, 救生员, 救生员 instructor and is the Connecticut Trainer for Heroes of Tomorrow, run by former Navy Seal Stewart Smith.
Coach Bonis was a competitive cyclist and now competes as an open water swimmer, conquering the 2018 Lake Champlain Open Water Race and the 2019 Peaks to Portland open water swim. Whether it is climbing the tallest peak in the Rocky Mountains, swimming across the largest lake in New England, clinging to a rock face, or pushing impressive weight in various directions, Coach Bonis has spent the better part of his life connecting with people through fitness.
Coach Bonis has a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health and has taught anatomy, physiology and philosophy. He has been mentoring student-athletes both inside and outside the weight room at 博鱼体育电竞 since 2005. The classes he has taught, as well as the training programs he has designed, always take the mind and body connection into account. An excellent motivator, Coach Bonis knows that it takes self-reliance to accomplish anything, “Working out is not always the hardest thing, it’s sometimes just getting to the gym that is the most challenging part.”