Our Team

Meet Our Team

CitySide 208 has a premier coaching staff that are all about the details. All of our coaches are passionate about building the next generation of players in the Pacific Northwest.

Drew Snider


Drew is a 2x Team USA member who played 10 years on a professional level. During that time Snider was a 7x All-Star, 5x team captain, 4x champion, and finished 5th all-time in scoring for midfielders. Drew founded CitySideLax with Chris O’Dougherty in 2013.

Drew is a Seattle native hailing from Queen Anne hill who went to O’Dea High School. He played his youth lacrosse for the Queen Anne Warriors & Garfield High School. Snider graduated from the University of Maryland where he appeared in two ACC championships, as well as two NCAA Div. 1 championships; being named team captain his senior year. Drew is a 4x professional champion as well as a bronze & gold medalist with Team USA.



Team USA U16 Coach

Team USA – Field

-Gold Medal (2018)

Team USA – Indoor

-Bronze Medal (2015)

Professional Lacrosse

PLL – Waterdogs Lacrosse Club

-2020 Waterdogs LC captain

-2019 PLL Champion (Whipsnakes LC)

-2019 PLL All-Star

-2019 Whipsnakes LC captain

MLL – Denver Outlaws

-6x MLL All-Star

-2016 MLL #6 Overall Player as voted by players

-2015 MLL All-Pro

-2015 Denver Outlaws Most Valuable Player

-2014, 2016, & 2018 MLL Champion

-2013 MLL Most Improved Player

-Captain (2016 – 2018)


-Maryland (2008 – 2012)

-31 starts, 55 games

-2012 Team Captain

-2012 William Cole (Most Valuable Midfielder) Award recipient

-2012 NCAA Tournament Team

-2011 ACC Champion

-2010 Dan Snyder (Most Improved) Award recipient

Head Coach & Program Director

-Team USA U16 Coach

-Sierra Canyon (2022 – present)

-O’Dea High School (2014 – 2021)

-State Champions (2018 & 2019)

-Nathan Hale High School (2013)

-DII State Champions (2013)

Assistant Coach – Offensive Coordinator

-University of Washington (2015 & 2016)

Chris ‘OD’ O’Dougherty


Chris is a professional lacrosse player and four-year starter at Rutgers University. OD is a New Jersey native but has played, coached, and lived in the Seattle area since 2009.

Chris O’Dougherty is a professional lacrosse player and four-year starter at Rutgers University. OD is a New Jersey native but has played, coached, and lived in the Seattle area since 2009.



-Team USA Indoor (2015 & 2019)

-2015 Bronze Medal

-2019 Bronze Medal

National Lacrosse League

-Vancouver Stealth (2010 – Current)

-2011 NLL Champion

Major League Lacrosse

-Denver Outlaws (2010 – 2015)

-2014 MLL Champion

Western Lacrosse Association

-Burnaby Lakers (2014 – 2019)

-Nanaimo Timbermen (2010 – 2013)


-Rutgers (2006-2009)

-4 year starter

-3 year Captain

-2008 Team MVP

-3x All-ECAC

Head Coach & Program Director

-Eastlake High School (2013 – Present)

-4A State Champion (2018 & 2019)

-2013 Washington State Coach of the Year

Assistant Coach

-Bellevue High School (2010 – 2012)

-2012 Washington State Assistant Coach of the Year

-2012 State Champion

-2010 State Champion

-Kinnelon High School (2009) – NJ

-2009 State Champion

Hall of Fame

-2016 Seton Hall Prep High School – NJ

Nick Ossello

– 2011-2015 4 year letter winner at ND

– 2015 All American

– 2015 All-ACC Tournament team

– 2016 Notre Dame Football Letter winner

– 2016-2021 Professional Midfielder MLL/PLL (Denver Outlaws and PLL Redwoods)

– 2 time MLL Champion (LFG)

– 2016-2019 NLL Defenseman (Colorado Mammoth and San Diego Seals)

– 2017-2018 Defensive Coordinator at Air Force 

– 2022-Present: ESPN Analyst

Will Snider

Will Snider is a Seattle Native and graduate of the University of Maryland where he played midfield for the Terps. Playing youth lacrosse for the Queen Anne Warriors Will continued his High school career at Nathan Hale High School where he was a two-sport athlete in Basketball and Lacrosse. During his time at Nathan Hale both his dad Kris and his brother Drew both coached him alongside CitySide coach John O’Neill. After graduating he attended the Salisbury school in Connecticut for a Post Grad Year playing both basketball and lacrosse. From there Will attended the University of Maryland where he was named a starter his Junior and Senior seasons. After graduating Will played professionally for the Denver Outlaws for 2 seasons.



-Denver Outlaws (2019-2021)


-2017 NCAA Division I National Champion

-2x Big 10 Regular Season Champion (2016,2017)

-2x Big 10 Tournament Champion (2016,2017)

-1x 2016 NCAA National Runner Up

-1x 2017 NCAA National Champion

High School

-3x WHSBLA First Team All Metro

-1x 2013 State Champion (Division 2)

Assistant Coach

-O’Dea High School (2020-present)

Andrew Walker

Andrew is from Vashon Island, Washington, where he grew up and began playing lacrosse.

Andrew played his youth lacrosse for Vashon Island before joining the inaugural CitySide travel team. He was coached by CitySide co-founders Drew Snider and Chris ‘OD’ O’Dougherty throughout middle school and by Drew at O’Dea High School. At O’Dea, he was a two-sport athlete playing football and lacrosse where he was a multi-year starter and member of the first State Championship Lacrosse Team in school history. Andrew is a recent Boise State University graduate, where he was a three-year starter and two-time Team Captain. In addition, he helped the Broncos win their first-ever Conference Championship as a senior.



-2022 PNCLL Champion

-3 year Starter

-2 year Captain

High School

-2018 State Lacrosse Champion

-2017 State Football Champion

Thomas O’Neil

Thomas grew up in and played for Hingham, MA, before playing at Merrimack College. Thomas played defense for the Warriors for 4 years and then went off to play with Team Ireland’s Heritage Team. Thomas now lives and coaches in Seattle at Seattle Academy

Terry ‘Duff’ Duffield

Coach Duff comes from a football background. He went to Bishop ODea High School in Seattle and was a 3 year starter, 2 time All City strong safety leading team in tackles, and Team Captain his senior year. He played one year at Walla Walla Junoir College on an undefeated team that set National records in defense. Coach was inducted into PNW JUCO Hall of Fame. He then joined the USMC and was a mortar man for one year. He then spent 7 years in the elite 2nd Force Recon and saw action in Desert Storm and Somalia. After the Marines Coach finished college getting a bachelor’s degree and coached High School, Juco and D1 football, the highlight being a Sugar Bowl. He was also recruiting coordinator at all his college stops. His son, Deuce who is a junior, plays at Trinity Pawling and grew up in the Cityside system coached by Drew and OD. From Cityside he went on to Mad Dog Gold and Black, Thunder, FCA National and West Coast Starz and has D1 offers. Coach Duff knows Cityside Lacrosse, (affiliated 6 years) and the entire National Travel Lacrosse Landscape including all Cityside National opportunities. Coach has expertise designing player development from grade school on through Division One and beyond to professional level athletics.

Travis Winslow

Travis started coaching Lacrosse in Western Washington 7 years ago. He has 3 boys which all play lacrosse and his oldest Cale Winslow plays on multiple National Teams. Travis has experience navigating all levels of lacrosse and has coached multiple divisions with multiple tournament wins. Travis has coached and ran multiple clinics and coached alongside many household lacrosse names including Rabil for the Seattle PLL camp among other prominent players and dozens of camps since then. Travis’s goal is to find every players strengths and bring out the best in every player regardless of where they are at in their journey. “There is nothing better than watching a player start their journey and watching their hard work and persistence grow into something they can really be proud of, this applies to inside the game and in life.”