Jr Titans Program Director Greg Vojnovic
Greg Vojnovic is the Program Director of the Blessed Trinity Junior Titans Lacrosse Jr Titans Program. He began his lacrosse career playing box lacrosse at Cornell University over 30 years ago and is now coaching his tenth year of youth lacrosse. After putting down his stick upon graduation, he returned to lacrosse when he first began coaching youth lacrosse for the Roswell Youth Lacrosse Association as a U-11 coach. He started with the Blessed Trinity Lacrosse Program as an Assistant Coach for the spring 2013 season and Coach Wellford invited him to participate as the Head Coach for the spring 2014 season where the team compiled an 11-4 record and advanced to the AMSLL semi-finals. In addition to leading the BT Feeder Lacrosse program, Greg is the Commissioner of the Atlanta Middle School Lacrosse League, the lacrosse league the Junior Titans Lacrosse teams compete in comprised primarily of private schools. He is a member of US Lacrosse and has Level 1 and Level 2 coaching certifications and has completed Positive Coaching Alliance training.
Greg, his wife Susan, and their three children live in Roswell. They are members of St. Peter Chanel, and his oldest son attends Blessed Trinity High School where he plays attack on the Blessed Trinity Titans JV Lacrosse team. His other two children have been attending Queen of Angels Catholic School since kindergarten and they plan to enroll both of them in Blessed Trinity as well. He is also involved in Cub Scouts and Boys Scouts in Pack 1134, chartered by Queen of Angels, and Assistant Scout Master of Troop 1134, chartered by St. Peter Chanel. Greg is the Chief Development Officer for Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen.
Head Coach Rob Corner
Rob was born and raised in Springfield, Pennsylvania where he was co-captain of Springfield high school’s state championship lacrosse team in 1982 and earned all-state honors. He played college lacrosse at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. At Drexel, he played attack, was co-captain, and led the team in scoring his senior year. Rob continued to play club lacrosse following his time at Drexel. Rob is excited to be back involved in lacrosse and helping the Blessed Trinity Junior Titans lacrosse program. He resides in East Cobb County with his wife Dawn and four children, Alice, Robbie, Brian, and Emma.
Assistant Coach Will Swank
Assistant Coach Vern Hakes
Vern is very excited to be a part of the BT family - involved as a coach in the Junior Titan Lacrosse program and as a parent of a player in the Varsity lacrosse program. He currently lives in East Cobb with his wife Kim (GT- ’94), daughter Caroline (Junior at Walton), and sons Rob (BT 2019) and Will (BT “hopeful” 2021).
Assistant Coach Andrew Werkheiser
Susan Van Buren: Team Mom