2020 Lacrosse Clinic Details:

September 1, 2020

Hingham, MA


Tucker Radebaugh co-founded the All In Lacrosse Clinics in 2015 with his friends Michael Leahy and Jon Fussell. After two years as an assistant Coach at the University of Virginia, Tucker moved to Boston in 2001 for a position in the Financial Services industry. He currently works in Equity Sales at Stifel Nicolaus. Tucker and Michael were teammates on the 1999 National Championship team at the University of Virginia. Tucker also captain of the U-19 United States World Championship team in 1996 and a member of the Boston Cannons in 2001. Tucker lives in Hingham, MA with his wife Julie and three girls: Jade, Devyn, and Beau.

Michael Leahy helped co-found the AIATT Lacrosse Clinics in Hingham, MA in 2015. He recently left the financial services world in Boston, to join Woodberry Forest School in Orange, VA, where he works in the admissions department and is the Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach. Prior to that he served as one of the Directors for the Boston Kings lacrosse program and was the co-founder of the Amped Lax program out of Richmond, VA. He attended the University of Virginia, where he was a member of the 1999 National Championship Lacrosse team.


Jimmy Regan “Fire In The Gut” Award – The “Fire in the Gut” Award has significant meaning to all SEALs — it is also presented at graduation to the candidate in each SEAL class who demonstrates superior motivation through the arduous training course. The award reads “It is often the quiet and unassuming person who rises to the occasion when adversity calls. The fortitude and determination they display in the face of great physical challenge is an inspiration to their teammates and brings a sense of dread to their enemies. It is said that a ‘Fire in the Gut’ stokes their courage and tenacity. The selection for this award reflects great credit upon your character in one of the most rigorous training programs in the world.

Brendan Looney “Honor Man” Award – This award is a BUD/s instructor appointed award at the conclusion of six month training course. The most outstanding among them — that man whose sheer force of example inspires his classmates to keep going when they’re ready to quit – is the “Honor Man” of the Class.