Seminoles Coaching Staff

Jonas Clingerman

Jonas Clingerman

Head Coach

Coach Jonas has been an integral part of the Tallahassee lacrosse community for almost a decade. He embarked on his lacrosse journey at Leon High School before dedicating four years to playing for the Florida State Men’s Lacrosse team.

During his time playing for the FSU team, Jonas demonstrated exceptional leadership, serving as a three-time captain. He garnered recognition as a standout player, earning distinctions such as the 22’ All-Conference Defender and the 23’ All-Conference Long-stick Midfielder. Additionally, Coach Jonas contributed to the FSU Lacrosse executive board, assuming roles as the Travel & Safety Officer and later as Vice President for the 22’ and 23’ seasons, respectively.

Transitioning to coaching in 2018, Jonas assumed the role of Head Coach for Leon Lacrosse in the fall of 21’. His efforts at Leon were acknowledged when he received the All-Big Bend Coach of the Year award for the 23’ and 24’ seasons. Coach Jonas has recently taken on the esteemed position of Director for the Tallahassee Terror Lacrosse Club.

Concurrently, he has been appointed as the Head Coach for the Florida State Men’s Lacrosse team, further solidifying his commitment to the growth and development of lacrosse in the region.

Chris Anders

Chris Anders

Assistant Coach & Faceoff Coach

Coach Anders has been on the FSU men’s lacrosse staff as an assistant and faceoff specialist coach since 2021 where he joined under former head coach and FSU alumni Darby Brower. In that time he’s coached his faceoff unit to 3rd team All-SELC in 2022.

Prior to FSU, Coach Anders was head coach of his alma mater Chiles High school in Tallahassee Florida for 6 seasons (2014-2019) where he lead The Timberwolves to a 62-30 record and coached them to their second district title in 2018.

While coaching at Chiles High, Coach Anders formed Wolfpack Lacrosse Club (2017-2019). Dedicated to providing the game of lacrosse to more players with the best atmosphere to grow as a player and a man.

As a player, Coach Anders was a 4 year varsity letterman at Chiles High school (2008-2011) when they earned their first district title is team history 2009 where he played midfield. After graduation he would go on to coach Chiles JV lacrosse team for two season (2012-2013) before becoming head coach of the program. 

Mitchell Ramsey

Mitchell Ramsey

Goalie Coach

Coach Ramsey joins the Florida State staff following a career of coaching elite-level lacrosse at the youth and high school levels in Tallahassee since 2016. He is also an FSU alumni, graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology in 2021.

Soon after graduating high school, Coach Ramsey took over as Junior Varsity head coach at Chiles High School, accumulating a record of 24-3 in three years, including an undefeated 9-0 season in his final year. He has assisted in coaching other Tallahassee programs as goalie, Junior Varsity, and Middle School coaching positions, winning multiple district championships and having a state tournament appearance.

As a player, Coach Ramsey held an undefeated record as the Varsity goalie at Chiles High School, and played Long Stick Midfielder (LSM) his senior year of high school. He currently serves as the goalie coach for Tallahassee Terror Lacrosse Club and Leon High School, while also working as a mental health provider and Clinical Coordinator for Tallahassee TMS.


Aidan Skokan

Aidan Skokan

Offensive Coordinator

Aidan grew up in Portland Oregon where he played all 4 years in high school at Central Catholic. He then went on to University of Oregon where he played 4 years of MCLA lacrosse, in his final 2 years he was a member of the executive board and was a captain.

He then continued his education at Florida State where he obtained his Master’s degree and played 2 more years of MCLA lacrosse and was also a member of the executive board in his final year. He began coaching when he got to Tallahassee and is going into his 3rd year as the Offensive Coordinator at Leon High School.

Aidan currently works for the PLL’s nonprofit organization called PLL Assists where he is helping to grow the game at a grassroots level around the country.