Mark Goodrich (Coach Goody), New England Manager, is a 2012 graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland where he played lacrosse from 2008 to 2012. During his tenure he played in 52 games tallying 16 goals and 10 assists for Coach David Pietramala. He was a major contributor in helping Johns Hopkins reach their 41st consecutive playoff as the number 2 seed in the 2012 NCAA tournament. As a freshman, he was a member of the 2008 NCAA runner up team at Gillette Stadium. Mark trained under Coach Jay Dyer, the leading strength and conditioning coach for the sport of lacrosse. In 2012, Goodrich received the W. Taylor Cook Memorial Award for Strength of Character and Positive Influences on the Johns Hopkins University Lacrosse Team.
In High School, Mark lettered 8 times in three different varsity sports while at the Rivers School and was elected Captain of the Varsity Football, Basketball and Lacrosse teams. He was the winner of the Ferris Thomas Jr. Award for Outstanding Lacrosse Player; The Rivers Scholar Athlete Award for high GPA while playing three varsity sports and; The Rivers Athletic Award for top male student athlete. He received all league recognition for football, basketball and lacrosse by the Independent School League.
Goodrich was selected as the #9 high school recruit in the country and the #4 attackman by Inside Lacrosse Magazine in 2007. He was selected to the US Lacrosse National Senior Showcase All-Star Team as well as the Under Armor All American Lacrosse Team in 2007.