Dan Zenevitch returns to the Worcester area to serve as an assistant coach for the AMCATS in his sixth season. He joind Mayo the sidelines for the first time for the 2015 season.
A standout lacrosse player at St. Peter Marian High School, Zenevitch was a two-year captain, starting goaltender, and an All-American as senior. He was also excelled on the football field, where he earned Central Massachusetts All-Star Team and Division 1-C All-Star Team honors and was one of 96 high school graduates from around the nation invited to compete in the 2010 Champion High School Showcase as part of the ESPN Rise Games in Lake Buena, Fla.
Following his 2010 graduation from St. Peter Marian, Zenevitch attended the University of Hartford, where he was a four-year member of the Hawks lacrosse team. As a member of the Hawks' goaltender squad, Zenevitch saw action in 10 games at the Division I level. He faced a career-high 22 shots and totaled six saves in a win against Sienna as a junior.
He graduated from Hartford in May, 2014 with a degree in health science. He also graduated with a Master of Science as Physician Assistant from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.