Keith "Coach Briz" Brisotti has been coaching the sport of lacrosse for 12 years. He is a US Lacrosse Level 3 certified coach for girls and boys. Coach Briz is a passionate teacher of the game focused on the development of the complete person, athlete and lacrosse player in that order.
Prior to starting the St Alban Roe lacrosse program in 2013, Coach Briz was the 5/6 grade boys coach at Oak Hill school in St. Louis for 6 years. Prior to that, Coach Briz was a coach with Swift Creek lacrosse in suburban Richmond, Virginia. In addition to running the St Alban program, Coach Briz will be assuming the position of assistant varsity coach for the Lafayette High School Lady Lancers girls lacrosse program.
Coach Briz is a national and regional coach's trainer with US Lacrosse delivering U.S. Lacrosse's Level 1 and 2 Coaches Development Program clinics as well as US Lacrosse's Peak Performance Practice (P3) clinic around the country including in January 2017 at the U.S. Lacrosse national convention in Baltimore.
Coach Briz sits on the board of the local chapter of US Lacrosse as the Coaching Development Program coordinator and is also the treasurer of the St Louis Youth Lacrosse Association (SLYLA). In 2016, Coach Briz was the proud recipient of the Michael P. Sennett award from the St Louis chapter of US Lacrosse in recognition of his many years of service to the sport of lacrosse. Coach Briz was also honored to receive a Sportsmanship award from CYC in 2016.