GCU Lacrosse Camps
Assistant CoachJeff Guy
Jeff Guy is entering his 5th season as an assistant men's lacrosse coach at Grand Canyon University. In Coach Guy’s 4 seasons at GCU, they have amassed an overall record of 53-11, including: 26 top ten wins, 2 Southwest Lacrosse Conference Championships, 3 MCLA Division 1 Final Four appearances, 2 MCLA Division 1 National Championships, 24 MCLA Division 1 All-Americans, and 3 Southwest Lacrosse Conference Players of the Year. In 2018, LSM, Jack Lamey was the recipient of The Godekeraw Award, which is presented by US Lacrosse to the top scholar-athlete in the MCLA.
Overall, Coach Guy has over 14 years of coaching experience. 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 NCAA Division 1 national tournament. While at Princeton, Guy coached 4 USILA All-Americans, 6 All-Ivy League selections, and the Ivy-League Player of the Year.
A native of Salisbury, CT, Jeff Guy graduated from the University of Delaware in 2005 with a Bachelor’s in Health Behavior Management with a concentration in Sport, and a minor in Coaching Science. In 2009, he graduated Grand Canyon University with a Master’s of Science in Leadership. Additionally, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Remo Montalbano returns for his second stint as Men’s Lacrosse assistant coach in 2019, leading the faceoff specialist and goaltending group. Montalbano previously served in the same role in 2013-2015, helping to lead the Lopes to their first national title in 2015.
Before returning to GCU, Montalbano served three years as program director and head coach from 2016-2018 at Corona Del Sol High School in Tempe, helping to revive the youth program at the school.
Montalbano played college lacrosse at NCAA Division II Dominican College in Orangeburg, New York from 2007 to 2010, serving as a three-year team captain and four-year starter. Playing his final two seasons under Manny Rapkin, Montalbano posted career highs during his senior season in goals (27), assists (13) and points (40), ultimately becoming one of just seven Chargers’ lacrosse players all-time with 100 points, finishing his career with 108.
In 2008, Montalbano became the first American to play in the Minto Cup, Canada’s premier championship for junior men’s box lacrosse.