What are some of the risks of creativity, how can we counteract those risks, and where does creativity fit into the sport of lacrosse?
On Wednesday of next week I’ll be interviewing one of the most well respected coaches in all of lacrosse, Furman and Team USA Head Coach, Richie Meade.
This time around, Coach shares insights on winning the close games, going through the recruiting process and what he calls his “coaching blueprint,” so don’t miss the chance to hear it from one of the game’s greatest!
I will be doing my best, along with a small group of others, to report on the games in our leagues, some of the particular aspects of the game around here and some more light hearted topics. So as a starter, a short tour de force of the English lacrosse scene.
It’s only natural to assume that a lacrosse coach for the last 18 years, who holds private lacrosse lessons for individuals and even has a wooden stick with his name on it, wouldn’t be from Austin.
In his adopted city of Waterloo, J.J. was best known for co-founding the K-W Minor Lacrosse in 1954 while he was still playing professionally. For his contributions as a league builder J.J. was inducted into the Ontario Lacrosse Association hall of fame in 2003 and though he lived to be 90, he is not forgotten.
In this episode we talk to Coach Tierney about things like how he got started with coaching, who he modeled his coaching style after, and how he developed the Princeton Defense.
Brian Farrell, a former BL player and All American at Maryland, has been named as the next head lacrosse coach at Boys Latin in his home state. Farrell will take on the head coaching responsibilities in 2016, and current head coach, Bob Shriver, will stay on until then.
I wrote to you previously nine years ago, when I tried to describe the relationship between a parent and his son’s college lacrosse coach. I received enough encouraging feedback to attempt to address an issue that has grown exponentially in our sport during this period of time since — the role of the club program […]
Well your big chance to lead the Stars & Stripes has come, so put in your application to help coach Team USA!
Tomorrow kicks off the 5th annual Stick it to Hunger Lacrosse Classic and this year the event is featuring the inaugural Kids First Youth Clinic in memory of the late Michael Perez.
Seattle recently hosted Team USA and Notre Dame for the wildly popular Seatown Classic. In an effort to support the advancement of lacrosse, preceding the game coaches from Team USA and Notre Dame met with local youth and high school coaches to impart wisdom and answer top of mind questions.
Lacrosse is growing in HK and now they are stepping it up a notch! The Hong Kong Lacrosse High Performance Program is currently seeking a men’s and women’s head coach!
After the summer success of the 2016 NJ Riot team the organization decided to expand to include a 2017 team to compete in the 2014 summer season. Tryouts were held late in the summer of 2013 with 100+ players in attendance. After the second call back a group of 24 players were selected and the […]
Everywhere we look, people seem to be talking about making lacrosse safer in one way or another. It ranges from hitting being reigned in at the collegiate level through new rules, to concussion studies, a debate about helmets for girls in Florida, and beyond.