Ray has been with American Fork Girls Lacrosse for the past 6 years, serving as head coach for the past 5 years. He was also the head varsity coach of the American Fork Boys Lacrosse team in 2009, which was the first year they had a varsity program at American Fork High School. Also during that year Ray assisted with the middle school girls’ team for American Fork. The teams Ray coached had many successful seasons, with 2 State championship games and 1 championship win for the girls. While winning is a great outcome, Ray’s focus is making the athletes a better all-around person. Pushing his players to help them accomplish goals as a team.
Between working with the boys and girls programs Ray spent time working in the Philippines for 2.5 years. Ray was also the head coach of the Pocatello Boys Lacrosse team from 2006 to 2008. He founded the program in Pocatello and grew the program from a JV Boys high school team to over 100 kids including a Varsity, and  JV program, 2 middle school teams and 1 - 5th/6th grade team and a girls JV high school program.
Ray learned the sport through his son Austin's involvement in Lacrosse and being an active dad. Ray volunteered for 4 years as assistant coach for his son’s teams in Dallas Texas while being mentored by former college players. Ray is an avid Scuba Diver and watcher of girls’ volleyball, since he has 3 daughters who have played or are currently playing volleyball.