Matt Kimsey


​Coach Kimsey founded Fountain City Lacrosse in 2015 with a mission to reinvent "elite" travel teams in the off-season. Noticing a negative trend in many club programs around the KC area, the goal for Fountain City Lacrosse is to teach the game the right way, without breaking the bank for parents, and taking talented teams to compete around the Midwest, representing lacrosse in this region and preparing players for the next level with the best coaching around. 


Playing and coaching lacrosse since 2004, Coach Kimsey has over a decade of youth, high school, and collegiate lacrosse experience as both an assistant and head coach.  Coach Kimsey is entering his 5th year as the Head Men's Lacrosse coach at the University of Saint Mary here in Kansas City with an overall record of 28-29, building both the men's and women's programs from their inception.  In 2015 Kimsey was awarded the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference Division II Coach of the Year and in 2016, 2017, and 2018 the Saint Mary men’s lacrosse program was awarded the KCAC Team of Character award.  2017 saw the Spires make a run into the NAIA National Tournament, and 2 of the past 3 seasons the Spires have been ranked top 10 in the NAIA post-season polls. Coach Kimsey has coached 2 All-Americans in his four years at Saint Mary as well as placing 13 Spires on All-KCAC teams, including the Offensive Player of the Year of the year in 2017, and Defensive Player of the Year in 2018. During this time, the Spires have had four NAIA Scholar Athletes in addition to numerous on the field awards. 


Coach Kimsey currently lives in Overland Park, KS with his wife, Janelle, their daughter Raelyn, son Callan, and their lacrosse-loving border collie Maverik. 




Rainey Whitworth

Girls Director

Whitworth, a Savannah, Ga. native, comes to the University of Saint Mary from Southern Virginia University where she excelled as a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III player, starting every game as a midfielder for SVU Knights in 2014, 2015, and 2016.


She served as team captain from 2014-16—and led the Knights to their winningest season in 2016. Whitworth was also nominated for Second Team All-Conference Honors in 2016 after scoring a program-best 44 goals and dishing out eight assists. She led the team with 52 points, 90 shots, and 53 ground balls, and she controlled a team-best 56 draws, along with causing 23 turnovers in that same season.


Prior to her stint at SVU, Whitworth played one year at Savannah College of Art and Design—a powerhouse in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) women's lacrosse. Her team won the 2013 NAIA National Championship. 


In addition to her experience as a player, Whitworth has worked as a high school summer lacrosse coach—helping train and condition players for competition

Amanda Magee

Girls Coach

Amanda Magee has over 15 years of lacrosse playing and coaching experience. A native of Columbus, New Jersey, Magee began her career at Northern Burlington Country Regional High School and was a four year starting goalie for the Greyhounds.


As a player Magee was  an all-conference and all-region selection for NCAA Div. III Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I.

She earned All-Region honors in 2010 and was named to the All Commonwealth Coast Conference first team in 2009 and 2010. She also led NCAA Div. III in saves percentage in 2009 and 2010.


Magee spent three seasons as an assistant coach at NCAA Div. III Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I.

In addition to her coaching experience at Salve Regina, she served an assistant girls coach at Northern Burlington County Regional High School in Columbus, N.J. as well as stints as an instructor at Camp Walden in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. and Moses Brown Goalie Camp in Providence, R.I.


Magee was introduced as the first Benedictine College Women's Lacrosse head coach in February of 2015. She was named Coach of the Year for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference in 2016 and 2017. The Ravens were regular season champions in 2016 and 2017 as well as conference tournament champions in 2016. The Ravens received an automatic bid to the inaugural NAIA Invitational Tournament in Greenville, SC.

Collin Fischer


Collin played for Olathe South High School’s Inaugural lacrosse team.  During his three years with the Falcons he served as team captain, a three time All-State selection, and tallied 140 career goals as an attacker.  


After high school Collin received a scholarship to play Division II Lacrosse at Rockhurst University.  He earned Second Team All-RMAC (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) honors as a freshman midfielder, making six starts in 17 appearances, scoring 20 points (16 goals and 4 assists).  


Collin has experience coaching both youth level and high school competitive travel team lacrosse.






Andy Meyers


Coach Meyers grew up in the Kansas City area and began his lacrosse playing career over a decade ago. Andy played his high school lacrosse for Coach Kimsey at Blue Valley West High School where he was a three year captain and three time All-Metro selection.

After high school, Coach Meyers received a scholarship to play Division I lacrosse at Marquette University. After redshirting his freshman season due to injury, Coach Meyers made the decision to transfer to Carthage College, a Division III school in Wisconsin. Andy is currently a sophomore midfielder for the Red Men and will also be playing for the Irish National Team this summer in the 2016 European Lacrosse Championships.


Andy began coaching several years ago and has coached travel teams of all ages as well as multiple camps and clinics throughout the Kansas City area. Coach Meyers loves to teach and share his passion for the game of lacrosse with players of all ages and experience levels. He continues to grow the game by dedicating his summers to developing the future generation of Kansas City lacrosse athletes through Fountain City Lacrosse and KC Heartland Lacrosse Club.

Dan Leff

Recriuting Coordinator - HS Boys

Coach Leff comes to us from NY where he was a 2x All conference Selection in the Lacrosse Hotbed Long Island. 


In 2005 Dan finished top 10 in the country in face-off percentage. He was recruited to be a FOGO at NCAA D1 powerhouse Albany where he played for a short amount of time before finally playing club lacrosse. 


Today Dan is the asst coach at 5x LAKC champion Shawnee Mission East. He has also partnered with Coach Kimsey to create  KC's newest top tier recruiting team - Top Gun Midwest. 


Dan maintains relationships with many D1,D2,D3 lacrosse programs across the country. 

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