Tutt was hired in September 2017 as an assistant coach. He is a CCBC student athlete alumni.
As a midfielder with the Knights (2006), Tutt helped the team to an NJCAA Region XX Championship and NJCAA Final Four appearance.
After CCBC Essex, he transferred to and played lacrosse at York College of Pennsylvania (2009-2011), where he was also voted a captain by his teammates in 2010. He earned his bachelors degree in 2012.
In 2011, Tutt tried out for the Chesapeake Bayhawks and Denver Outlaws.
Tutt has coached at the high school level beginning with a position Colorado Springs, Colo. He helped William J. Palmer High School varsity lacrosse team as an assistant coach at the age of 18 years old (2004-2005). On and off from 2008-2017, Tutt coached at Parkville High School. He also helped coach an elite high school lacrosse club, GotSkillz (2012-2014), comprised of high school players from around the country, alongside CCBC Essex student-athlete and Penn State transfer, Travis Crane.
Tutt's coaching style consists of discipline, fundamentals and conditioning; most importantly, he believes in positive reinforcement and unity.
Tutt graduated from Parkville High School where he was a Senior All-Star (2004).
By day, Tutt is employed by The Maryland School for he Blind as an educator.