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Tag Archives | Coaching
For all you youngsters out there…
Jumbo talks about the firing of Murle Greer and how other MCLA teams can learn from GVSU’s mistake.
The following is an excerpt from a post on the blog “The Roots of the Game: A Syracuse Lacrosse Memoir” by Dr. Frederick Douglass Opie.
Mr. Gaudet snagged a great interview about recruiting with former DU Head Coach Jamie Munro! Plus news & notes.
Please welcome Pete Stevenson to the LAS show! Pete is the head coach of the University of Colorado men’s lacrosse team.
It’s time for Lou Holtz keynote clips! Get ready because we’ve got a whole roll of footage we’ll be releasing over the next couple weeks. Starting now.
Today’s Fireside Chat is a special one. How often do you get to interview your very own head coach? The guys running the show at LAS asked me to and it sounded like a great opportunity to really show you guys what our program is all about.
Editor’s note: The following was written by Kevin Flynn, a founder of Missoula Elite Lacrosse and friend of Lax All Stars. Kevin traveled to Baltimore to attend the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) convention and was gracious enough to cover the event for us.
While Bill Tierney (that’s MR. TIERNEY TO YOU!) is a mastermind of lacrosse, recruiting and getting the most out of his players, he still only comes in a distant second when you talk about the best coaches currently out there. Why do I say this? Well, the answer is very simple…
A good friend of Lax All Stars’ is moving into the NCAA coaching ranks this upcoming season. His name is John Wright and beginning this week, he is officially on staff as an assistant coach at Pfeiffer University. Lucky for LAS, we get to follow him along as he to takes on this new challenge.
The coverage of lacrosse on ESPN and ESPN 2 is so minuscule that people still ask “what sport is that?” when they see highlights. I would like to see Sportscenter regularly highlight all top 20 D1 games, expand lacrosse knowledge and help it become a mainstream sport.