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Christopher J. Biddle

Co-Director Lady Reign Girls Lacrosse Programs  & Goalie Coach

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845-667-0085

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BIO
 

Christopher J. Biddle, Ph.D.
Co-Director Of Lady Reign Girls Lacrosse Programs
Team Assistant and Goalie Coach


Christopher J. Biddle, Ph.D. is the Co-Director of Lady Reign Girls lacrosse Programs. He is currently the Assistant Coach / Goalie Coach for SUNY New Paltz Women's Lacrosse Team. Coach Biddle is also the  Founder and Director of Game Time Performance-Tristate and Cage Sentinels Lacrosse Goalie Training Group. As a leader in these organizations, he has strived to make tactical performance improvement the core of his training philosophy. Christopher has specialized in human performance and reality-based training for over 25 years. Whether developing warriors or champions, Christopher believes that “The mindset drives the tactics. The tactics drives performance. Performance drives success!” He has used this philosophy in training both adults and youth throughout his 25-year training career. Retired from the New York City Police Department Counterterrorism Division, Christopher has developed and led over a dozen special operations reality-based training programs where improving performance under high stress was pivotal in developing individual and team level success. He also specialized in the effects of biomechanics in human movement and physiology. Christopher has used micro adjustment techniques in his training programs with great success in developing athletes into superior players. Ultimately, he has been able to translate his experiences, training, education, knowledge, and mentoring abilities to his second career and love…coaching youth and young adults to improve their performance and experiences on the field.

​​Inspired by helping others perform under pressure and stress, Christopher studied performance improvement using reality-based training models for over 18 years and was awarded a Ph.D. in Education with a specialization in Training and Development Leadership. During his course of study, Christopher centered his research on reality-based training and its importance to human performance under stress using a highly innovative training model, which he has implemented in all his adult and youth training programs. As a professional trainer, Christopher’s training programs have been implemented or adapted throughout the United States and around the world.

For 11 years, he has enjoyed the opportunity to be involved in many levels of youth, club, and varsity level coaching in boys and girls lacrosse. He had spent the last 8 years as assistant coach for a Minisink Valley high school varsity girls lacrosse team and has assisted his team in reaching numerous championships and titles. Since beginning coaching the varsity level 8 seasons ago, he has helped his team to a 69-16 regular season record with 8 playoff appearances, 3 Division titles, 5 Section Championship appearances with 3 Section Championships, and 1 Region Finals appearance. 

Today, at the collegiate level, Coach Biddle is the Assistant Coach for SUNY New Paltz Women's Lacrosse program where he focuses on improving overall player performance and concentrates on goalie and shooter performance and development. During the 2024 season, he helped lead the team to a program record of 14-4, passing numerous program and regional performance records,  and reaching the SUNYAC Semi-Finals for the first time in program history.  For these accomplishments, the SUNY New Paltz coaching staff was recognized and awarded the SUNYAC Coaching Staff of the Year.


Christopher has spent many years focusing not only on the fundamentals, but also on innovative, out-of-the-box training where he currently trains and mentors athletes playing at all levels of college lacrosse. More importantly, he provides mentorship and success coaching to help drive the individual athlete’s performance to further success. 

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