Brad Wheeler

NC: Fuquay Varina
Brad Wheeler is a 20-year Communications Operations Executive and the Founder of FvLax Goblins Youth REC Program in North Carolina in 2011.

Wheeler led the effort and was instrumental in the establishment of the varsity (2013) and junior varsity (2016) lacrosse programs at Fuquay-Varina High School in Fuquay-Varina, N.C., where he now teaches Technology, Engineering and Design and AP Computer Science.

Wheeler is also the Associate Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator for the prep programs and is a highly-respected director, coach and mentor known for the positive relationships he has at camps, clinics and youth programs along with winning titles with the Cougar Select, Red Devil United, Bucktown, Goblin Lacrosse and Team91-Carolinas programs in the Raleigh, N.C.

Wheeler coaches with the Team91 Carolina Club made up from some of the state's premier players and most recently help select and coach the 2022 North Carolina Team that won the 2018 National Lacrosse Classic (NLC) and went on to coach the U15 Team USA in the 2018 Brogden Cup in December.

Originally from Corning, N.Y., Brad was a Captain, All-League and All-Section player in lacrosse and football for Peekskill High School in Section 1 in Westchester County, New York. Wheeler was recruited and played lacrosse at the University of Massachusetts and also played at NCAA Division III powerhouse Salisbury State (Md.) before earning his degree and wrapping up his football and lacrosse collegiate careers at NCAA Division II Pace University (N.Y.).

While attending Pace University for two years, Wheeler established season and career records for both points and goals for a midfielder as well as earning MVP, Rookie-of-the-Year and All-Knickerbocker Conference honors and named Team Captain. Wheeler played five seasons with the Championship Dallas Lacrosse Team (1995-00) prior to moving to North Carolina in 2000 with his wife, KC, and starting their family.

In 2014, Brad was enshrined to the Peekskill High School Hall of Fame for his prior Lacrosse and Football accomplishments and also his representation of the school and community. Wheeler and his wife have two sons Logan and Drew that currently play football and lacrosse for Fuquay-Varina High School.

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