Coach Kustron was named the head men's lacrosse coach at Washington & Jefferson prior to the 2015 season.
A graduate of nearby Peters Township High School, Kustron served as an assistant coach at W&J before taking over the program in the summer of 2014.
In 2016, Kustron was named Co-Coach of the Year in the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference. After starting 0-2 in league play, Kustron righted the ship and led the Presidents to the conference title game. The Presidents had nine players that received All-ORLC honors, including Kyle Heinig, who won the Offensive Player of the Year award.
In his first season at the helm, the Presidents tied the school record for wins, finishing with an 8-8 overall mark. W&J also placed a pair of Presidents on the All-Landmark Conference teams for the first time since 2012. In the school's last year in the league, as all-time leading scorer, Tim Angel, and Heinig each earned Second Team recognition. Additionally, goalkeeper Jacob Succop set the single-season program benchmark with 228 saves.
Kustron played collegiate lacrosse at Salisbury University (Md.) where his teams won three NCAA Division III Championships. His overall team record during his years on campus (2004-2008) was 85-1 and he served as the team captain on the Sea Gulls' 22-0 championship season in 2008.
Kustron has experience as a scholastic boys lacrosse assistant coach at Bethel Park High School (2011-2013) and Mount Lebanon High School (2008-09). He also previously served as head coach for the U-19 Pittsburgh Aces club team. This summer, Kustron is working as a camp coach for True Lacrosse.
At Peters Township, Kustron was a high school All-American and graduated as the school's career point leader with 251. He graduated from Salisbury in 2008 with a degree in business marketing.