Coach Bulkley brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as one of Connecticut’s top high school coaches. In 2015, Scott was named FCIAC Coach of the Year, Class L Coach of the Year and Connecticut US Lacrosse Coach of the Year. In his first year at Newtown High School, Coach Bulkley led the Nighthawks to the South West Conference Championship Title in Connecticut. Prior to Newtown, Scott was the Head Lacrosse Coach at Greenwich High School in Connecticut where he helped build the team into a national power where he led his team to a Class L State Title in 2014. The 2014 Greenwich High School lacrosse team ended the season being ranked 11th in the country by both Inside Lacrosse and Nike/US Lacrosse national high school rankings. In addition to winning a state title, Scott led Greenwich to an FCIAC title in 2010 in his first year as Head Coach. Prior to Greenwich, Bulkley was the Associate Head Coach for the Darien high school. During that time Darien won five FCIAC and five Connecticut Class M State Championships. Collegiately, Scott was a captain of the University of North Carolina Men’s Lacrosse team where he was a three time Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Champion. Bulkley also went to the NCAA Lacrosse Final Four twice and upon graduation played professional box lacrosse for Major League Indoor Lacrosse on the Charlotte Cobras. Scholastically, Bulkley was Darien High School's first boys lacrosse player to be named All-American. Bulkley has coached more than 41 High School All Americans and five Connecticut Players of the Year. He also coached the CT Chargers U/18 and U/17 Blue Teams, winning back-to-back Bison Brawls 2009-2010, the 2010 Bryant Shootout and the 2011 Crab City Challenge. He also coached the 2018 CP- Lax team, winning their Bulldog Bash division in 2014. Bulkley was named the MSG Varsity Coach of the Year in 2010 and WCLOA Class L Coach of the Year in 2014. In 2015, Coach Bulkley was named the FCIAC, Connecticut Class L, and US Lacrosse Connecticut Coach of the Year.
Former University of Connecticut, NCAA Division 1, Field Hockey player. Amy was a defensive player for UCONN and was a participant in the NCAA Final Four. She grew up in Delaware & played mid and forward for her high school team, Brandywine. She founded a club team, Aim Athletes, in 2013 and has 6 years of coaching experience youth and elite players. New for fall 2017, she will be the head coach for Newtown Youth Field Hockey. Amy resides in Sandy Hook with her husband and son.