SJS Welcomes New Faces to Coaching Ranks

Kevin Breslin
Boys' Varsity Basketball Coach

Kevin Breslin is a Western Maryland native with an extensive background in international basketball. Most recently he served as the head coach for Fastbreak Basketball Club in Singapore, where he coached over 15 teams across all age groups in domestic club competition while also leading teams on trips to Hong Kong, Australia, and China. 

Kevin has also coached collegiately at Johns Hopkins University and Washington College, his own alma mater. He was also involved in the development of Global Squad, a unique summer sports camp designed for international student-athletes seeking exposure to American competition.

In high school, he excelled at St. Maria Goretti. He then became the sixth all-time leading scorer at Washington College. We look forward to watching him lead the Saints this season.

Theresa Ingram-Kuhar
Girls' Varsity Lacrosse Coach

Theresa didn't start playing lacrosse until she was a freshman in high school, but she quickly excelled and went on to play at the University of Maryland. Four final four appearances in her college career, an Academic All-American honor, and a great deal of hard work and dedication led Theresa to being selected to the USA National team, where she competed at the highest level for over six years. 

Theresa served as an assistant coach at George Mason and Duke before becoming one of the youngest head coaches in the Ivy League at Brown University (1998-2004). In 2010, she was inducted into the Greater Baltimore US Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Theresa has also been a camp director on both coasts, clinician nationwide, and a mentor to athletes in her community. She will be a major asset to our program. 

Peyton Wallech
Girls' Varsity Volleyball Coach

A 2013 graduate of North Hagerstown High School, Peyton Wallech was a four-year varsity starter and earned MVAL first team honors and three-time All-County First Team honors. Her team won the 2011 and 2012 3A State Championship and she was the 2012 Volleyball Player of the Year. Peyton continued her volleyball career at Hagerstown Community College, and had a very successful freshman year, including being named 2013 First Team MD JUCO Conference.
An ACL injury moved her into coaching. Peyton has coached club volleyball and coached for Washington County Recreation Department for three years, serving as both middle school and elementary school division coach. In her first year, the Saints won the IPSL title and we know continued success will follow.

Dee Wolford
Assistant Football Coach

Dee Wolford is a native of Pittsburgh, PA where he was a three-sport athlete (football, basketball, and baseball). He attended Shippensburg University by way of Geneva College on athletic scholarship where he played as defensive back and return specialist. Dee went on to play semi-professional football and was offered contracts to play arena football with several organizations. He played most recently for the Pittsburgh Power of the AFL. 

Dee co-owns a speed and agility company called Ball Hawks Academy which focuses on improving the overall athletic performance of athletes ranging from youth to the professional level. He has trained numerous athletes who have received athletic scholarships and have played at the professional level. The Saints benefited from his knowledge this season.

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