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New Girls Lacrosse Commissioner

MBGC is proud to announce the appointment of Zhané Ruffin as our 1st Girls Lacrosse Commissioner. Zhané Ruffin, North Carolina native, graduated from Methodist University in 2016 where she obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports Management. Ruffin was a four-year starting attacker for the Lady Monarchs, receiving several athlete and academic awards. 

Ruffin then relocated to Washington, DC to attend Georgetown University. She obtained her Master of Professional Studies in Sport Industry Management with a concentration in Business, Management, and Operations in December of 2017.

In February of 2018, Zhané begun her mission to promote diversity and inclusion in the game of Women’s Lacrosse, becoming the Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC). She now serves as the Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at UDC and hopes to grow girls lacrosse in the DMV area. 

Amongst other responsibilities, Ms. Ruffin is also the Director of Communications and Operations for WINNERS Lacrosse, in Washington, DC and serves on serval committees for the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) including the Racial Equity Task Force.  Help us welcome Ms. Ruffin by emailing her at


Derrick was one of our most dedicated coaches for over 24 years. He began coaching his daughters in our Pee Wee program which led to coaching teams in football and basketball. His passion and character building will be sorely missed.

Our prayers and blessings are extended to the family.

New Football Commissioner

MBGC is proud to announce the appointment of Coach Marvin Brown as it's new football commissioner.  Mr. Brown is a current coach and alumni of DeMatha Catholic High School.  Also, Coach Brown is a former All-Met Standout that played and graduated from the University of Alabama. 


Also, Coach Brown is the current President of Legion Football which is a prep and feeder program for area High Schools. As our Commission, Coach Brown  mission will be two-fold.  First; he will recreate a football program that affords all developmental ages an opportunity to play and learn the fundamentals of football.  Second; for those players that seek the maximum exposure - Coach Brown will provide a Prep Program that will act as a feeder to both area private and public high schools.


We at Marlboro are very excited about the growth and direction of our football program.  Commissioner Brown will be sending out info regarding football shortly.  Until then; and, if you desire to reach out to Coach Brown regarding coaching opportunities or Spring/Fall football please reach out to him at