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DIVIDE AND CONQUER

Joe Caligiuri, Director of Sports Performance & Medicine

Stadium Performance functions on a philosophy of speed development that is achieved through high-tempo plyometric and single leg strength training. After a decade as an Athletic Trainer, Rehabilitation Specialist, and Strength Coach at Boston College, the New England Patriots, Los Angeles Kings, Boston Breakers, and Boston Cannons, Joe trained and witnessed some of the best players in the world.

Joe leads and programs all private training sessions at Stadium Performance. Our goal is migrate athletes into the group setting as quickly and safely as possible. If private sessions are your preference however, you will build a strong relationship with joe. It is his belief that athletes should not have to play at the professional level to receive elite strength training, enhanced speed development, and life-changing results.

Stemming from a dream of literally leveling the playing field and affording all athletes the ultimate recipe for prolonged success, Joe opened Stadium Performance Strength and Conditioning Center. Athletes seek Joe’s expertise with one primary objective in mind; to get faster. At SP, athletes train fast, play fast, and stay fast.

Kevin leads all our high school and NCAA group instruction. Kevin is a Topsfield, MA native and was a four-year defensive back for the Stonehill Skyhawks. He currently ranks second all-time in Pass Break-ups (36) and Yards per Kickoff Return (25.4). He has completed Assistant Strength Coach positions at Mike Boyle’s Strength and Conditioning, The College of Holy Cross, and the University of Iowa. While employed at Iowa, Kevin’s responsibilities revolved strictly around the off-season strength and speed development of the Hawkeye’s football program. Kevin is proficient in Olympic style weight training, combine preparation, and football specific position drills.  Kevin is an SP asset that brings his collegiate strength training experiences to all Stadium Performance athletes.

Sammy Jo, a two-time national champion and All-American at UNC, most recently served as an assistant coach with Harvard University and Arizona State. Tracy has played professional lacrosse since graduating from UNC, including two seasons with Athletes Unlimited and three years with the WPLL Pride in the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League. She also served as National Director of Team 91 Professional Lacrosse, one of the top development programs in Colorado.
 
Sammy Jo had a standout career as a lacrosse student-athlete at the University of North Carolina. As a Tar Heel, Tracy left her mark in the UNC record book as the leader in draw controls in her career (327), in a single season (145) and in an individual game (14).
 
As a freshman, she led the Tar Heels to the program’s first national title in 2013, scoring the winning goal in sudden-death triple overtime against NCAA lacrosse-powerhouse Maryland for the victory. After redshirting the 2014 season due to injury, Tracy came back in 2015 and recorded 38 goals, five assists and 44 draw controls.
 
In 2016, Sammy helped the Tar Heels to their second national title in four years, once again defeating Maryland for the trophy. That same year she was the only Tar Heel to score a goal in every game, including 15 multi-goal games. Tracy smashed the previous school record of 75 draw controls in a season with 108, before breaking her own record again as a senior with 145 draw controls during the 2017 season. She also set a UNC individual game record 14 draw controls in 2016.

Sammy is available to work independently or in a small group setting here at Stadium Performance. Sammy Jo has been a crucial mentor and coach to dozens of SP female athletes and remains available for consultation, mentoring, private coaching, and small group training.
 

Max joins the Stadium Performance staff after an impressive stint as the Boston University Defensive coordinator. Max joined the Terriers after spending five seasons (2013-2017) as the Offensive Coordinator at Bowdoin College.

In 2021, the Boston U. defense was Top 10 in the country in defensive efficiency, Top 15 in Goals Against Average and Top 10 in caused turnovers. In the goal, the Terriers were 11th in Save % and 2nd in the Patriot League.

Prior to his role at Bowdoin, Silberlicht began his coaching career at Lynchburg College in Virginia. He served two seasons as an offensive coordinator with the Hornets.

Max also has significant International Coaching experience.  Israel Lacrosse announced January 2019, that Silberlicht would take over as head coach of its Men’s National Team. This comes after Silberlicht served as the head coach of the Latvian National Team at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships and as an assistant at the 2014 World Games in Denver and the 2016 European Championships.

A three-and-a-half-year starter for the Hobart Statesmen between the pipes, he posted a 9.24 goals against average with 18 wins, both program records. Silberlicht also recorded 553 saves with a .576 save percentage, both of which are second all-time at the school (D1 & D3 history). In 2008, he broke the Hobart single-season goals against average (8.05) before breaking his own record the following year (7.91).

Max continues to coach and educate dozens of Stadium Performance male and female athletes on the skills and techniques necessary to succeed at the next level of lacrosse. From grade school to collegiate athletes, Max finds a way to maximize athlete’s progress and refine current strengths.

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