Ray is one of the original founders of Aloha Tournaments and focuses on partnership development and the continued growth of the Company. Ray and his Aloha co-founder Chris Hutchins have been among the most influential people in the lacrosse world over the past two decades, having been involved at the highest levels of youth and professional lacrosse over that time. In addition to his Aloha duties, Ray currently serves as the President and founding partner of the Warrior World Series of Youth Lacrosse. In 2000, Ray co-founded the Baltimore Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse and continued to manage the franchise until it was eventually sold to a new ownership group in 2005. Ray has also coached boys and girls youth lacrosse in the Carroll Manor Recreation program for 17 years. He was also the Chairman of the Carrol Manor Boys and Girls lacrosse programs. He served as Chairman of the Harford County Lacrosse League for four years. In 2004, Ray co-founded the Baltimore Breakers Lacrosse Club, which he continues to run today as one of the nation’s premier club programs. Ray played lacrosse at Cornell University under Hall of Fame coach Richie Moran. Ray graduated from Cornell University with Bachelor of Science and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees and still is a practicing veterinarian today.
Founder & Advisor
Chris co-founded Aloha Tournaments with Ray Schulmeyer in 1999 and currently serves as an Advisor. Chris is involved with all business development activities and is actively involved with the procurement of athletic facilities. Chris is also a Partner in the World Series of Youth Lacrosse. Chris has been a driving influence in the lacrosse world for the past 30+ years. After years working in the hospitality industry, Chris began his involvement in the lacrosse business through his ownership and operation of national lacrosse retailer, Bacharach Raisin, until its eventual sale in 2004. In 2000, Chris co-founded the Baltimore Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse and continued to manage the franchise until it was sold to a new ownership group in 2005. Chris has also coached boy’s and girl’s youth lacrosse in the Towsontowne Recreation program for 15 years, as well as served as its Commissioner for nine years. Chris co-founded the Baltimore Breakers Lacrosse Club, which he continues to run and coach today as one of the nation’s premier club programs. Chris played lacrosse at the Gilman School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. Chris is also a founding partner of The Finney Search Group, working with independent schools and teachers and coaches throughout the country. Chris’s joy is watching coaches and players developing their skills, personalities, and character traits through youth sports and mentoring.
Manager - Aloha Tournaments
Colby Wehner was named the Manager of Aloha Tournaments and Breakers Lacrosse Club in March of 2021.
Prior to arriving at Aloha Tournaments and Breakers Lacrosse Club, Wehner worked at Rider University as the Coordinator of Athletic Events and Equipment Room Manager. At Rider, Wehner managed all athletic events from operations to management of staff and event oversight. In his role as Equipment Manager, Wehner ordered and tracked all Adidas orders for the Athletic Department.
Prior to working at Rider University, he served as the MAAC Director of Champions for two years.
In his first year as a Director, Wehner was responsible for the planning and conducting of conference championships including, but not limited to, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, water polo, and women’s lacrosse. In his role as Director of Championships, Wehner handles the development of schedules, coordinates league and coaches’ meetings, and oversees the development of awards for all sports.
Wehner was also an Assistant Regatta Director for the 2017 NCAA Women’s Rowing National Championship at Mercer Country Park in NJ. Wehner served as one of the MAAC liaisons for the championship attending and coordinating meetings with the NCAA, the Ivy League, Mercy County park officials and other parties involved in the event. Primarily, Wehner was the coordinator of student-athlete hospitality and team registration/packet pickup at the championship.
Wehner also assisted in basketball operations for the MAAC, working in a wide array of roles at the MAAC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship, the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off at Mohegan Sun and the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds in Buffalo, NY. At the MAAC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship, he primarily served as the practice and film coordinator and had a similar role of on-site practice coordinator at the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds. During the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off at Mohegan Sun, Wehner was the Marketing Coordinator where he handled on-court contests and assisted in operations.
Wehner began his career at the MAAC as an Administrative Fellow during the 2015-16 academic year, where he served primarily as a media contact for cross country, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and outdoor track and field. As an Administrative Fellow, a majority of his role focused in championship/special events coordination, as well as video production for MAAC.TV.
Wehner has also attended professional development events such as 2015 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum and the 2016 NCAA Career in Sports Forum.
Wehner has volunteered in many sport-related events including the 2016 Atlantic-10 Men’s Basketball Championship, 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds in Brooklyn, NY, 2016 NCAA Women’s Bowling National Championship in North Brunswick, NJ and the Special Olympics of NJ.
A native of Rochester, NY, Wehner is a 2015 graduate of Canisius College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in English and was a four-year member of the Golden Griffins Men’s Lacrosse team. While working at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference as an Administrative Fellow, he went on to obtain his master’s degree in Sport Management from Canisius College in 2016.
Allie joined Aloha Tournaments in August of 2021 where she currently serves as an Event Operations Manager. Prior to joining Aloha, Allie spent six years with 3d Lacrosse as their Senior Operations Manager assisting with the daily operations of ten 3d markets and various 3Step Sports lacrosse clubs. Allie started with 3d Lacrosse as the 3d Tri-State Coordinator in 2015. In July of 2017 she was promoted to Eastern Operations Manager, in February of 2019 she was promoted again to Operations Manager, and then shortly after she accepted the role of Senior Operations Manager.
Allie started her lacrosse career at Fairfield Warde High School in Connecticut. She was a four-year varsity soccer and lacrosse player and received All-FCIAC and All-State recognition in both sports. Allie then went on to play four years of lacrosse at Springfield College from 2010-2013.
During her time at Springfield she was a four-year starter on the women’s lacrosse team where they won back-to-back NEWMAC Championships in 2012 and 2013. Allie was also named to the NEWMAC All-Conference First Team, and was a USA College Lacrosse Second Team All-American.
Allie currently resides in Baltimore, MD with her dog Finn.
Kathy joined Aloha Tournaments in 2016 and currently serves as a Communications Coordinator where she is responsible for a variety of activities related to customer service, communication, sales and marketing for Aloha Tournaments and its portfolio of youth and high school events. Prior to joining Aloha, Kathy spent 17 years with Health Fitness Corporation working as a Program Director and later Regional Director for clients including Air Products and Chemicals and Becton Dickinson. After leaving HFC to start a family she launched Tails of Love, which uses the Japanese braiding method of Kumihimo to provide special horse hair mementos for equestrians and horse lovers. Kathy graduated from West Chester University with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education and holds a M.Ed. from Penn State University in Health Education. She played field hockey, swam on the swim team and ran track and field during her collegiate career. Kathy has three children her a daughter currently plays lacrosse at University of Maryland, her son swims at Stevenson University and her youngest son is a Breaker 2023 player.
Sales & Event Manager
Event Operations Manager
Noa joined Aloha Tournaments in May of 2023 where she currently serves as an Event Operations Manager. Noa is from Grand Rapids, Michigan and graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management. Prior to joining Aloha, Noa worked for the Detroit Lions and worked for KELC, a non-profit event company as an event coordinator and manager putting on events all over Kalamazoo, Michigan.