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.