GCU Lacrosse Camps
Assistant CoachJeff Guy
A native of Salisbury, CT, Jeff Guy is in his 4th season as an assistant men's lacrosse coach at Grand Canyon University. In Coach Guy’s first 3 seasons at GCU, they have amassed an overall record of 44-7, including: 25 top ten wins, 2 Southwest Lacrosse Conference Championships, 3 MCLA Division 1 Final Four appearances, 2 MCLA Division 1 National Championships, 20 MCLA Division 1 All-Americans, and 3 Southwest Lacrosse Conference Players of the Year.
Before coming to GCU, Guy served as head men’s lacrosse coach at the University of Dallas for the 2013-2014 seasons. In Guy’s two seasons as head coach of the NCAA Division III program, they set school records in scoring and the team’s cumulative GPA.
Guy served as assistant men's lacrosse coach at Princeton University for the 2012 season, one of the most historic NCAA Division 1 lacrosse programs of all-time. He aided the Tigers in an undefeated Ivy League regular season, winning the Ivy League championship and earning a berth in the Division I postseason tournament. While at Princeton, Guy coached 4 USILA All-Americans, 6 All-Ivy League selections, and the Ivy-League Player of the Year.
In total, Jeff Guy has over 13 years coaching experience that includes coaching current MLL Pros, a two time MLL MVP, and Team USA players.
Assistant CoachCody Petillo
Coach Petillo is entering his 2nd season as the Grand Canyon University men’s lacrosse assistant coach. In his first season as a coach at GCU, Petillo helped guide the ‘Lopes to their 2nd National Championship. At GCU, Coach Petillo is responsible for coaching the Face-off Specialists, Goalies, running the substitution box on game days, and administrative duties. Petillo came to GCU from Hartwick College, where he was the Hawks third-leading scorer and served as team captain in 2016.
Petillo began his college lacrosse career at Rutgers University after a successful career at Sachem High School North in New York. At Sachem, he was a four-year varsity player, served as team captain his senior season, led his team in points and goals and earned All-Suffolk County honors.
He graduated from Hartwick College with a degree in business administration. Petillo is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Grand Canyon University.