Camp All-Star's staff is comprised of coaching professionals at the collegiate, club and high school levels.
Director of Soccer
Brian Cormier is entering his third season as an assistant coach prior to serving as the team manager/volunteer assistant coach for the Worcester State University men's soccer program. Cormier also worked closely with Kelly Downs, Coordinator of Student-Athlete Support Services, overseeing and working with exemption soccer players. In addition to his volunteer work with the university, he also worked at Worcester South as a student teacher.
Brian was a four-year member of the Worcester State men's soccer team graduating in 2013 with a degree in history. In Brian's career he played in 71 games, making 54 starts. His senior year he was the only one to play and start in all 21 games. Brian was a captain for two years and finished his career with a total of 28 points. Brian earned multiple league awards during his playing career including first team all-conference, player of the week and MASCAC All-Academic team.
He helped lead the Lancers to the regular season MASCAC championship his senior year while leading the conference in assists. He also helped the team to two ECAC tournaments and three consecutive appearances in the MASCAC post-season tournament.
Director of Hockey
Michael Findorff enters his second season as an assistant on the Bentley hockey coaching staff with the 2018-19 season.
Prior to his arrival in Waltham, Findorff was an assistant coach on the staff of Atlantic Hockey rival Niagara University. He began his coaching career as an assistant at Utica College.
Findorff played collegiately at Miami University as a defensemen from 2005-09, where he helped the RedHawks to a run of four straight NCAA Tournament appearances. His career culminated in helping the program to the Frozen Four in 2009, where they advanced to the finals, before falling in overtime to Boston University. He went on to join the New York Islanders organization (AHL) in 2009, and the Phoenix Coyotes organization (ECHL) in 2010.
From Colorado Springs, Colorado originally, Findorff graduated from Miami with a Bachelor of Arts in business-management information systems. He earned a Masters of Business Administration from Utica.
Director of Basketball - Girls
Finnegan just finished her second year coaching at Westfield State University, helping the Owls to back-to-back MASCAC Tournament Championships and two NCAA tournament bids.The team reached the 19-win mark both years; including 11-1, records in the league helping them claim the 2017 and 2018 MASCAC regular season titles.
Finnegan began her collegiate coaching career with a four-year stint at Lasell College in Newton, Mass., where she played a key role in the rebuilding of a program that went from 4-21 to 12-14 during her time.
Finnegan was a graduate of Westfield State in 2011 where she played her final two years leading the Owls to a MASCAC regular season championship and posting 19 doubles her senior year ranking 8th in the nation. Prior to transferring to Westfield in 2009 Finnegan started her career at NCAA Division II Mercy College (NY) where she averaged 10.4 points and 7.0 rebounds per game, helping lead the mavericks women’s team to their first postseason berth in the program’s history. In her four-year collegiate career, Finnegan scored 1286 points and grabbed 808 rebounds.
A native of Worcester, Mass., Finnegan was a four-year starter at Holy Name High School where she helped her team to a pair of district titles while also being named to the academic honor roll.
Director of Basketball - Boys
Assistant Hockey Coach - Skating