Lance Savage

Lance Savage is the Director of Colorado Clubs for 3d Lacrosse. He has coached in several youth programs including The Denver Lacrosse Club, Mustangs Lacrosse Club and currently with the Denver Bandits. He founded the Savage Lacrosse Camp and the Colorado Mountaineers in an effort to give kids additional coaching, playing time and exposure during the off-season. His camps and travel teams were very successful and he brought these entities to 3d Lacrosse in 2010 to take them to a higher profile stage.

From 2008 to 2012, Lance was the Head Varsity Coach at Colorado Academy, CO. In 2010, Colorado Academy climbed to a top 20 national ranking and Savage was recognized for his dedication, enthusiasm and knowledge of the game by being named "Coach of the Year" by the Colorado High School Lacrosse Coaches Association.

Savage played professionally for the Baltimore Thunder of the NLL from 1991 - 1992. He also spent a year playing and coaching in Manchester, England where he founded several youth teams, and introduced hundreds of young students to the game. He graduated from Hobart College in 1990 as a two-time All-American, three-time national champion, and one of the leading scorers in the school’s history. Lance graduated from The Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, NJ, in 1986 where he earned all-state honors in lacrosse, hockey and soccer. He was the captain of both his lacrosse and hockey teams.

Lance and his wife, Julie, live in the Denver area with their three boys.