Dave Sheble is a Maryland native with over 48 years of lacrosse experience.
He attended Westminster High school in Westminster Maryland where he was leading scorer his senior year. He then played NCAA DII/III at RIT (1974-1978). His senior year, he was Co-captain and second leading scorer. From 1978-1990, he played for the Chicago Lacrosse Club winning 4 MCLA titles and playing in 6 Midwest All-Star games. 1991-1992 he was head Coach for Chicago Lacrosse Club with 23-1 record and 2 MCLA titles. In 1991, his team’s 12-0 campaign was 1 of only 4 undefeated seasons since 1965. He played in the Vail Lacrosse Tournament 8 times winning the 1996 Masters Championship. He also won the Lake Placid Summit Invitation tournament 2 times. He played in 3 Lacrosse World Championships; 1994 in Manchester, England (Masters World Championships), 1998 in Baltimore, Maryland, and 2006 in London, Ontario (Centurial World Champions). He’s been a coach at River City Lacrosse for 8 years and enjoys paying it forward by teaching the game to athletes interested in becoming the best player they can be. He’s proud of the coaches at River City all with extensive playing and coaching experience so we can not only tell players how to improve but show them the correct way to do things. He is a co-founder and race director for Fox Valley Marathon and Half Marathon, BQ.2 Marathon, and Naperville Half Marathon.