Since being founded in the fall of 2008 by Nicholas & Christian Daniello, Prime Time has grown into the home of tomorrow’s future stars. After the completion of our inaugural summer season in 2009, Prime Time welcomed the addition of Syracuse Star Kenny Nims to head up our Fall & Spring Training Clinic player development program. The talented trio brings a wealth of lacrosse knowledge and experience to all of our players as we look forward to working with the future faces of lacrosse.
Director & Founder
Nick was a four year starter at Stevens Institute of Technology. While at Stevens, Nick was 1st team All-Knickerbocker selection and a 2nd Team All Empire 8. After the completion of his senior season Nick was selected to the prestigious Division Three North South All Star game where he represented the Ducks on the South squad. Prior to his career at Stevens, Nick was a standout defensemen at John Jay High School in Cross River, New York where he was a 2X All-Section and All-league player.
Chris was a two year starter for the Syracuse Orange where he was a two time National Champion along with being a team captain in 2010. While at Syracuse, Chris was a Third Team All-American and lead the Orange in points (28 G, 24 A) his senior year. Along with being named a Third Team All- American during his stellar senior season he was also named the Big East’s Attackman of the year and a First Team All Big East selection. Following his career at Syracuse, Chris was drafted 15th overall in the Major League Lacrosse draft by the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Prior to his career at Syracuse, Chris was a three year starter and All American midfielder at John Jay High School. During his senior season Chris lead the Indians to their first sectional title against arch rival Yorktown and finished his senior season with a total of 103 points. After the completion of his senior year at John Jay, Chris was named the Journal News Player of the Year and selected to the East Team for the National Senior Showcase. Chris is currently playing professional for the Hamilton Nationals in the Major League Lacrosse league.
Assistant Director of Clinics
Kenny was a four year starter for the Syracuse Orange where he won two National Champions including the tying goal in the 2009 National Championship game against Cornell. His efforts in the 2009 National Championship game earned him the NCAA tournaments Most Outstanding Player award. While at Syracuse Kenny totaled over 175 career points and was a 2X All American including being named a 1st team All American in 2009. While being a key contributor to Syracuse’s 2009 National Championship, Kenny was one of five finalists for the Tewaarton award for the nations top collegiate player. After his career at Syracuse Kenny was selected #1 overall in the Major League Lacrosse draft by the Chicago Machine and was selected to the MLL all star game in his first year in the league. Prior to his career at Syracuse, Kenny was an All-American Attackman at Watertown High School and rated the #3 high school recruit by Inside Lacrosse. Kenny is currently a member of Brine’s Research and Development team and plays professionally in the LXM professional league.