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SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse has published videos of 44 speaker presentations from the 2019 US Lacrosse Convention (LaxCon) at the organization’s e-learning website, learning.uslacrosse.org, for review on demand by lacrosse coaches, officials and organizational leaders.
A list of available videos appears below along with pricing options. Registered attendees of the convention enjoy free access to all as part of their convention ticket. US Lacrosse members have access to bundles and individual videos at discounts vs. non-member rates. PowerPoint materials from dozens of the event’s speakers also are available, free of charge.
Sessions that took place at the STX Live Field, Warrior/Brine Demo Field and Box Field, along with selected other clinics, were filmed. The inventory of LaxCon sessions includes 14 that have been designated as continuing education opportunities (CEOs) for participants in the US Lacrosse Coach Development Program.
“The availability of filmed sessions and other speaker materials is one way we’re able to help the lacrosse community continue to learn from some of the best in the sport at LaxCon,” Kim Rogers, director of events at US Lacrosse, said.
Those with a USLacrosse.org username and password may log into learning.uslacrosse.org with those credentials. New users will need to create a free USLacrosse.org account.
The 14 CEO videos marked with “Tactics” or “Theory” below may be found in the catalog’s “Coaches” section in a folder labeled “Continuing Education Opportunities (CEO’s).”
K. Small & Others: Shake School - Teaching the Art of Movement
Men’s Game - Andy Shay: How Yale Designs Drills
Men’s Game - Johnny Mouradian: Two-Man Offensive Game
Men’s Game - Mitch Belisle: Proper Sliding Technique
Men’s Game - R. Thorpe & USA Staff: Box Concepts For Field Lacrosse
P. Lawrence & Others: Player Development Progression Drills
Women’s Game - Joe Spain: How to Teach Playing Fast
Women’s Game - M. Molster & M. Gildea: Towson’s 1D Defensive Drills
Women’s Game - M. Tumolo & L. Hogan: Shots and Saves
Women’s Game - Shelly Brezicki: Drills - All the Little Things
Women’s Game - Xeni Barakos: First Hour of Practice Drills
Matt Nein: Creating the Offseason Experience
Men’s Game - J. Stagnitta & JC Glick: Creating Team Resiliency From the Inside Out
TJ Buchanan: Small Games to Develop Big Players
The remaining 30 videos are loaded in the catalog’s “National Convention Libraries” section under the label “2019 National Convention Library.”
J. Dyer & Others: Strength and Conditioning for the Lacrosse Athlete
Jamie Munro: Teaching Box on the Field
Ryan Baker: Wheelchair Lacrosse
Men’s Game Coach Sessions
Dave Cottle: Extra Man
E. Comeau & Others: Indoor Lacrosse Offensive Strategies
G. Gurenlian & J. Ragonese: Faceoff Academy - Coaching the Faceoff
John Danowski: Lessons Learned Summer 2018
John Galloway: Duval Mission - Creating Your Own Identity
Mark Petrone: Skillwork for Boys
Matt Kerwick: Six Drills to Build Your Team’s Foundation
Matt Landis: Defensive Academy
Paul Day: Box Lacrosse NLL Pro Drills
Paul Rabil: Favorite Shooting Drills
Paul Rai: Building Box Offensive Skills
Rob Pannell: Attack Academy
Ryan Boyle: Extra Man Offense
Scotty Rodgers: Favorite Goalie Drills
Women’s Game Coach Sessions
Bonnie Rosen: Building Your Offensive and Defensive Transition
Dennis Kennedy: Taking Defense to the Next Level
Dianna Eberl: What to Do with Goalies
Jenny Levy: Building the Future Elite Player
Josie Tomaino: Don’t Rise to the Occasion, Rely on Your Season Plan for Success
M. Faith & Others: Stickwork, Shooting, and Defensive Footwork Drills
Marie McCool: Warrior Presentation
Paul McCord: Team Everything to Build a Championship Team
Remington Steele: Up-Tempo Drills and Practice Plans to Get the Most Out of Your Team
Sammy Jo Tracy: Draw Control Academy
Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe: Attitudes Reflect Leadership
Tom Balish: Simple Drills to Teach New Players Shooting Skills
Janine Tucker: Fundamentally Sound = Foundationally Strong
Packages and Pricing
Full convention bundle: non-members $250, members $150.
Men’s game coaches bundle: non-members $150, members $100.
Women’s game coaches bundle: non-members $150, members $100.
Individual session: non-members $9.99, members $6.99.
LaxCon represents lacrosse’s largest professional development conference, trade show and interactive fan fest. The convention is open to the public, and members of US Lacrosse always save on registration vs. non-member pricing. Many of the sport’s best coaches, officials and leaders speak at the event each year.
#LaxCon2019 drew 7,385 participants to Philadelphia. The event returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center Jan. 10-12, 2020. Individuals may now suggest a speaker or topic for next year’s convention. Tickets are expected to go on sale on or about Sept. 3.
STX, Nike, Warrior and Brine lead two dozen official sponsors of LaxCon.
Keep Learning from #LaxCon2019
Have your USLacrosse.org username and password handy, and click below to access presentation videos and other speaker materials from the 2019 US Lacrosse Convention.