US Lacrosse Washington hosts coaches clinics in Spokane, Sammamish
As part of its effort to deliver education resources to lacrosse coaches in the state and region, the Washington State Chapter of US Lacrosse recently organized Level I Coaches Clinics attracting more than 80 coaches in Spokane and Sammamish, Washington.
With 29 participants braving one of the first snowfalls of the season in the Inland Empire, the Nov. 11 Spokane US Lacrosse Level I Clinic at Gonzaga Prep attracted coaches from the Spokane Youth Lacrosse Assoc., Gonzaga Prep School, Issaquah Youth Lacrosse Club along with Sandpoint (Idaho) Lacrosse and the Idaho Lacrosse Assoc.
Rob Bauer (Head Lacrosse Coach, Westview High School, San Diego, Calif.), Marty Lattman (US Lacrosse National Youth Council, Men’s Board of Governors and published lacrosse author) and Meredith Miller, M. Ed. (Youth lacrosse coach, former US Lacrosse U19 National Selector and All-American Showcase coach)
The clinic was conducted by Washington State Lacrosse Hall of Famer Tony Olney, M. Ed., along with Kevin Kelly, M. Ed., goaltender coach and the Univ. of California at Berkeley and program development director of the Oakland Lacrosse Club Meredith Miller, M. Ed. (Youth lacrosse coach, former US Lacrosse U19 National Selector and All-American Showcase coach) and Erin Wright.
To learn more about the US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program please visit: http://www.uslacrosse.org/TopNav2Right/EducationTraining/USLCoachingEducationProgram.aspx
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