via US Lacrosse press release SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse and head coach Nick Myers have named the staff for the 2020 U.S. Men’s U19 Team. The staff is charged with preparing the team for the 2020 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Men's U19 World Championship in Limerick, Ireland. Named as assistant coaches were Pat Myers, Stan Ross and Andrew Stimmel. Tony Resch will serve as the assistant manager, Brett Emerine will be the team’s equipment manager and Ryan Davis will be the videographer. "The US Lacrosse National Teams Committee has selected an incredible coaching and support staff to lead Team USA in pursuit of its ninth FIL U19 World Championship," said Nick Myers, who is also the head coach at Ohio State. "We look forward to the responsibility of re
You are invited to participate in a High-Level Pre-Season Mini-Camp led by Jeff Goldberg winner of 14 Florida High School State Championships. Co-Directing this Mini Camp will be Coach Chris Spaulding winner of 4 Florida High State Championship with Lake Highland Prep High School. In addition to these 2 legendary coaches, other staff members will include US Lacrosse Hall of Fame Defender Chris Kane, 2 Time Attackman of the Year Paul Goldsmith, and Under Armour Head Coach Skip Flanagan. Other accomplished local former Team Florida Players. Mike Adler, Sebastian Fox, and Andy Wheeler will round out this phenomenal group Coach Goldberg is launching a series of high- level mini-camps for youth and HS players to challenge their skill and unlock their full potential. We will
As we rapidly bring 2018 to a close (and to be able to forget briefly the ridiculous volatility in my day job . . . ) here's my Top 10 lacrosse stories in the world of Florida lacrosse for the calendar year. Please note that I keep the Stoneman Douglas event as a separate item, as that obviously is probably the biggest news story in the state for the year and for those of you who did not previously know I wrote a substantial article about the lacrosse connections to the shootings and their aftermath and here are the links to FLN's and Wells Dusenbury's coverage: InsideLacrosse.com Story: The Healing Game Gets Tested Stoneman Returns Home to a Warm Welcome and a Win – SD 11-4 Over Cardinal Gibbons A Small Step For Lacrosse, A Giant Leap For Regaining Equilibrium Wells’ Article On Stoneman’
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Third Annual Florida Coaches Convention brings the best of the Lacrosse world right to Boca Raton BOCA RATON, FL -- The 3rd Annual Florida Lacrosse Coaches Convention is back in Boca Raton on January 4-5 at the Marriott Boca Raton Town Center. Featuring nationally recognized coaches and speakers that will cover a variety of topics, the 2019 Florida Lacrosse Coaches Convention is the perfect event for coaches looking to get the competitive edge in 2019. Featuring 12 of the best professionals in their craft, attendees will be able to learn the best techniques for both boy and girls lacrosse. The event is open to all girls and boys lacrosse coaches of all levels, including youth, middle school, high school, club, travel organizations, and college level. Kicking it off...
via press release On December 1st, Delray Lacrosse & Leadership (DLL) in association with Delray Citizens for Delray Police held their annual Heroes & Helpers event at the Target in Delray Beach. Over 130 families, of which fifty five were Delray Lacrosse & families were treated to breakfast & then a take-home turkey dinner while each of the children in the DLL program received a gift card so they could purchase Christmas presents with the assistance of a police or fire department officer. Delray Beach detective Adrian Rackauskas helped organize the event. He said “It is a collaborative effort with our local partners to hold this special event for local kids & families. Delray Lacrosse & Leadership is helping these kids in our community.” Donte
via IWLCA press release The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and Corrigan Sports Enterprises (CSE) announced today the IWLCA Presidents Cup and Fall Debut will move to West Palm Beach, Florida for the next three years. The Tournaments will be held November 22-24, 2019 at the International Polo Club Palm Beach. “We are really excited about this new venue. Moving to West Palm Beach offers the opportunity to hold all of the tournament games at a single site, which will ensure that everyone has access to all of the amenities that can only be found at an IWLCA event,” said IWLCA President Kathy Taylor, who is also the head coach at Le Moyne College. “We are committed to providing a first-class tournament experience for the clubs, players, an