Chaos Academy

The Chaos Lacrosse Academy is a program that is set up to provide instruction to players looking to increase their stick skills, physical ability and lacrosse IQ.  This program is helpful for those that are looking to improve their skills in the effort to play consistently at the higher level.  

Who is the Chaos Academy for?

This program is highly recommended for those currently playing or looking to play on a Chaos National Club team.  The skills are good for new athletes that have just picked up the game and for all existing Chaos Club players.  The program is open to all levels of talent grades 1st-11th grade.
The program is run by Chaos Academy Director, Mark Roidopoulos.  
The 2017 Winter Box schedule is below.  The location for the program will be American Indoor Sports Center
at 1400 W Hebron Pkwy, Carrollton, TX 75010:
  • 6 sessions- Rain or Shine

    • 3rd-5th Grade - 9:45am-10:45am
    • 6th-8th Grade - 10:45am-11:45am
    • December 2nd
    • December 9th
    • December 16th
    • January 6th
    • January 13th
    • January 20th
  • Non-club team member fee:  $200
  • Optional tournaments for academy players:  $140 per tournament
*Additional sibling discount available
Please reach out to the Chaos Registrar, Desiree Gildea with any questions that you have.
Additional Academy Coaching Information.  Coach Roidopoulos has multiple coaches on staff at the Academy sessions, typically local college lacrosse athletes:

Mark Roidopoulos - Chaos Academy Director
Mark Roidopoulos was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and played his high school lacrosse at Hillcrest High School where he was named team captain and also team MVP his senior season. Mark played at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO. on a lacrosse scholarship. Mark has been a fixture in Texas lacrosse the last couple years coaching at his alma mater Hillcrest High School.  As an assistant coach he helped Hillcrest win a D2 State Championship in 2011. He also coached Hillcrest JV to its first undefeated season in program history. 
Mark has shared his enthusiasm with the younger players as well, coaching youth programs at Plano, Episcopal School of Dallas, and is currently the Head Coach at Hebron High School. Mark has also coached several summer select teams around DFW. 
Patrick Diamonon - Coach- Chaos 2018/19 Black 
Coach Diamonon was born and raised Houston, Texas and graduated from Lamar High School. At Lamar, he lettered 4 times each in football and lacrosse. As a senior, he was the recipient of the team's MVP award in both football and lacrosse. After graduating from Lamar, he played 3 years of college lacrosse at Hendrix College as a midfielder and attackman, missing his senior year due to a season-ending knee injury. In 41 career games he netted 13 goals and had 8 assists for a total of 21 points alongside 57 groundballs. 
Currently, Coach Diamonon is a member of the Philippine National Team, having been an active member of the roster since his freshman year of college. Most recently, he was with the Philippine team at the 2014 World Lacrosse Festival, where he averaged 6 points a game. 
During the summers of college he would help coach the Houston-based Houston Hurricanes U-13 and U-15 teams. During that time the teams placed no lower than 3rd place in all their tournaments. 
Coach Diamonon graduated from Hendrix College with a bachelors in Health Science.