About Us


The mission of Pivotal Lacrosse ("PIVOTAL") is to provide, promote,
and foster a life-long love for the game of lacrosse for boys and girls.


 PIVOTAL offers developmental, intermediate, and advanced skill training programs
for boys and girls 1st - 12th grade.

Our daily drill sets teach and refine individual skills designed to lead to a true understanding of the essentials of team play. We believe that proper physical conditioning is necessary for
mental preparedness, which ultimately leads to good sportsmanship. 

Through our coaching staff and guest teachers, PIVOTAL encourages players to develop
self-discipline, respect for others, and commitment to the game of lacrosse.

Our goal is to make participation in the sport of lacrosse a fun, safe, affordable,
and successful experience for players and parents.


Self-belief, creativity, a team-mindset, and hard work are PIVOTAL to having fun.




Coach Breger leads coaching for the Pivotal Lacrosse's programs.  

Coach Breger has been involved in the sport of lacrosse for 41 years and as coach for 30. In that time, he has coached multiple All-Americans, All State, and All-Conference players. Coach Breger sent athletes to schools on the DI, DII, and DIII levels, some of whom have been on ESPN and on Championship weekend. He coached multiple travel teams, all-star teams, and his all-time favorite - county teams in the statewide Pennsylvania Keystone Cup. Players from that team continued after graduation to play in the ACC and Big 10. He was awarded coach of the year in lacrosse on multiple occasions at both the conference and state level. (1999, 2005 – 2012). Coach Breger has also coached other sports including track and field, and cross country. In those sports, he sent athletes off to the DI, DII, and DIII levels as well. He was named coach of the year on multiple occasions for track and field and cross country (2001 – 2004, 2008, 2010). His work in those sports led Nike to ask him to coach at their Smoky and Green Mountain camps for over a decade. 

Coach Breger has always enjoyed learning and being involved with the study of sports. He presented a Master’s paper at Columbia University on mysticism and athletics for which he interviewed both professional athletes and Olympic medalists. Coach Breger also presented at Beijing University (in Beijing, China) on being an American coach. During his time there, he worked in conjunction with two world champions. He is presently working on a second masters in the field of athletics.  

His athletes have honored him as well. In 2008, Coach Breger was named National Inspirational Teacher of the Year by the United States Department of Education. A former lacrosse player sent the nomination to the committee. In 2011, one of his athletes won a national writing competition using Coach Breger’s coaching style as her essay topic. 

Upon coming to Texas, Coach Breger was named THSLL Coach of the Year and his teams have twice been awarded the Sportsmanship Award by the CTLOA referees association. He presently serves on the THSLL State Advisory Committee.

Finally, though being honored with so many accolades, Coach Breger’s student athletes have made him the proudest. He is always a teacher first.  He is presently teaching his love, AP History, at Stony Point High School. Coach Breger is also team lead for US HISTORY and on the AVID committee. He stresses education and knowledge to his players. Previous players have been accepted and moved on to such top tier schools as Harvard, Yale, Notre Dame, Stanford, University of Texas, Texas A&M, Duke, Princeton, and Georgetown. Before coming to Texas, his collegiate athletes were honored at Madison Square Garden for their all-academic successes. A specific point of pride comes from the fact that he has had over fifteen student athletes who were accepted and matriculated to West Point and the Naval Academy. 

In his free time – when he has it – he loves watching horror movies.


Coach Marcos Davila joins the Pivotal Lacrosse programs after spending over 6 years coaching Football, Basketball, Track and Field, Soccer and Volleyball at Jubilee Academy (Charter School) and Round Rock ISD respectively. Coach Davila has found success at both the youth (1st grade-5th grade) and middle school levels with all sports. He has excelled in player and skill development across multiple sports and has been a part of several district and regional accolades for track and field, basketball and soccer. 

Before coaching, Coach Davila received his B.S. in Exercise Science where he specialized in sport-specific strength and conditioning with Division I programs such as the University of Texas-Austin, University of Texas-Brownsville and University of Texas-Pan America (RGV). Coach Davila is also a former member of the Texas Army National Guard. He served as an Army Combat Medic for 6 years and provided medical support across Texas to include Operation Lonestar, Covid-19 and Hurricane Harvey Relief. He has also served overseas on an extended military deployment with the  36th Infantry Division. 

Currently, Coach Davila is a physical education teacher for Round Rock ISD and continues to coach Football, Basketball, Track and Soccer at the middle school level. Davila recently served as a youth lacrosse coach for the Round Rock Rattlers Program.