Garth has been volunteering in the New Canaan Lacrosse Association (NCLA) for the past decade. He is currently in his last few months of his term as President of the NCLA. His leadership as a Coach, Board Member, and President, has helped New Canaan's youth program become one of the strongest programs in the country.
Garth played collegiate lacrosse for the University of Virginia from 1988 - 1991. During his college career, he was a 2x All American and 2x All-ACC Midfielder. His senior year, he was selected to the North-South College All-Star Game.
After graduating from UVA, Garth coached the Australian U19 National Lacrosse Team in Perth Australia in 1992.
Prior to college, Garth played for Loyola High School in Baltimore, MD from 1984-1987. In High School, he was a High School All American. Loyola won the MSA Championship in his Junior and Senior years. In his senior year, he was selected to the North-South All-Star Game.
In addition to Garth's college and HS lacrosse career, Garth was a member of the first USA U19 Team in 1988 which won the World Championship in Adelaide, Australia.
Garth has 3 children that play lacrosse.