Henry “Chip” Chapman was first introduced to lacrosse at a small boarding school in Amenia, NY called Kildonan. There he worked hard to overcome his battle with Dyslexia. After two years, he transferred to Trinity Pawling High School where he got his first real taste of lacrosse and his skills began to blossom.
For his final high school years, Chip played at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains where he became team captain and was awarded Offensive Player of the Year as well as earned selection to the C.H.S.A.A. All-League 1st Team. Following high school, Chip continued his lacrosse career and education at Canisius College, a Division I school in the Metropolitan Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC).
After college, Chip gave back to the community by coaching in several youth leagues before he began coaching at his high school alma mater, Stepinac. During his first year, the team won the C.H.S.A.A. tournament, and made its way to the State Championship game. Following his successful year, Chip became the lacrosse coach at Division III College of Mount Saint Vincent in Bronx, NY and is currently in his second year.