Dec. 3, 2014
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The University of Notre Dame men’s lacrosse coaching staff will conduct its fifth annual National Coaches Clinic Jan. 31-Feb. 1. The clinic will take place on the University’s campus and will cover all facets of the game.
The Notre Dame staff has customized this event to make sure it is accessible and valuable to youth, high school and travel/club coaches. Subscribers of the team’s YouTube channel, NDLaxTV, know that nearly every drill can be done by players at all levels.
Coaches wishing to attend this year’s clinic can register and view the event schedule at irishlaxcamps.com. Register now because the clinic has reached capacity the last three years. Last year’s event attracted coaches from almost 20 states.
The clinic is a great opportunity to learn from a staff that has the Fighting Irish among the top teams in the country on an annual basis. Notre Dame is one of just two schools to have qualified for the NCAA tournament in each of the last nine seasons. The Fighting Irish have advanced to Championship Weekend three times in the last five years (2010, 2012, 2014). Notre Dame also won the 2014 ACC Tournament in its first season in the stout league.
University of Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse 2015 National Coaches Clinic
Date: January 31-February 1, 2015
Location: University of Notre Dame
– Sideline access to a Notre Dame practice inside the Loftus Sports Center
– Sideline access to Notre Dame’s scrimmage against Air Force, a 2014 NCAA tournament participant
– Film session/breakdown of practice and the Air Force scrimmage; session will take place on three theatre screens inside the Jordan Hall of Science
– Five-plus new drills and schematics along with practice plan samples in the attendee binder
– Two classroom sessions covering key components of practice, skill development and practice planning
– Several Q&A sessions with the Notre Dame staff
– Coaches social on Saturday night
– Discounted hotel rate
– Complimentary lacrosse head from Maverik
In 2014, the Fighting Irish won the ACC Tournament and they appeared in the NCAA Championship for the ninth straight season. Notre Dame advanced to Championship Weekend for the third time in the last five seasons and for the fourth time overall in program history. Notre Dame fell to Duke, 11-9, in the national title game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to finish with a 12-6 record.
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