Meet The Team

Mark Bundra Founder & Executive Director

MarkMark grew up in Winnetka, IL. As a kid, he played every sport, but in 8th grade his options were narrowed to hockey and baseball. The paces of the games were completely different, and he needed a change.

Fortunately for Mark, a family friend played varsity hockey and lacrosse at New Trier who suggested that Mark try lacrosse. What was lacrosse? He had no idea, but on the field Mark went; dressed fully in hockey pads with an inexpensive lacrosse stick. And the rest is history


Private and Small Group Instruction (male and female athletes)

  • 15 years of Experience
    • 10 years Professional Experience
      • ALL IN Lacrosse (2013 – present)
      • Illinois Director – Denver Summit (2016 – present)
      • True Lacrosse Director of Personal Training (2010)
      • Director of Lacrosse at Sports Made Personal (2007 – 2010)
    • 4 years Unofficial Experience (2003 – 2007)
  • Levels and Ages
    • Division I, II, and III athletes
    • High School (Varsity, JV, and Freshman)
    • Youth (Kindergarten – 8th grade)

Brine National Lacrosse Classic

  • Coach and Evaluator – Illinois Boys Rising Juniors + Seniors (2015 + 2016)
    • Semi Finalists (2015 + 2016)

Club Lacrosse

Denver Summit (2016 – Present)

  • Illinois Director
  • HS Elite Head Coach
  • 2021 Co-Head Coach
  • Premier National Tournament Competition

Kenilworth Lacrosse Club

  • 6th Grade Head Coach (2017)
  • 7th Grade Head Coach (2018)

Founder + Director of The All Shore Lacrosse Club (Fall 2014)

  • U15 coach (Fall 2014 + Spring 2015 State Champions)
  • U13 B coach

– Co-Director of The North Shore Lacrosse Club (2013, 2014)

  • U13 Major Coach (2013, 2014)

– The Lake Forest Lacrosse Association (2012)

  • U15 Head Coach

– True Lacrosse (2011)

  • Director of IL North Region
  • Integral part of starting their Girls Program
  • Director of True University

– Director of Lacrosse at Sports Made Personal (’07 – ’10)

Professional (2009)


Providence College (2003 – 2007)

  • BA of Science – Marketing concentration
  • 3 NCAA Tournament appearances (2004, 2006, 2007)
  • 2nd Team All-New England
  • 2nd Team All-MAAC
  • Mark C. Gordon Heart And Soul Award Winner (highest honor in program-player who best exemplifies hard work, determination, and a passion for the game).

New Trier (1999 – 2003)

  • 2 years of Varsity Hockey
  • Metro North All-Star Selection
  • Illinois State Champions (’02) – 5th consecutive

I absolutely love this job. It never feels like work for me because it is something I genuinely care about. My drive and energy are true, which motivate me to help as many people as I can. I have been blessed with innate skills and abilities that have brought me to the highest levels in my respective sports. These experiences, lessons, and interactions, have put me in a wonderful position to share this unique knowledge.

Regardless of my athlete’s goals, in some capacity, I want them to experience the love, energy, passion, happiness, drive, adversity, and focus that sports can bring out in people. That is why I have started ALL IN Lacrosse. I want to make significant impacts in my athletes’ lives and I want to know the families that I work with at an intimate level. Even after my services are no longer needed, I want to maintain contact, and be a part of their lives.

Lacrosse happens to be the vehicle, but I want to look back and know that I have made positive changes in this world.

Wes Griffiths North Director and Trainer

Wes GriffithsDenison University (2008-2012)

  • Bachelors of Science (Biomedical Concentration)
  • Club Lacrosse

Libertyville High School

  • 2 Years of Varsity Lacrosse
  • 2 Time Team Illinois Team Member (2007 & 2008)
  • 2 Time Team Captain
  • All-Conference Honorable


  • Co-Founder + Director & Head Coach of The Glenbrook Lacrosse Club (2013)
  • Co-Director of The Glenview Lacrosse Club (2012)
  • 2 years Coaching True Lacrosse (2012-2014)

Wes Griffiths began playing lacrosse as a child and feel in love with the game immediately.  From a young age, the fast pace, physical nature and mental sharpness required to play the game intrigued him.  As he continued to play his passion for playing grew into a passion for teaching the game to younger players.  It started by helping as an assistant coach for his younger brother’s youth team and never stopped.

“My favorite part about coaching is getting to see young player develop a passion for the game.”