3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit
In Lacrosse Coaching 401, coaches will use instructional DVD's, a course textbook, and ancillary research to gain knowledge of the game and assimilate concepts instrumental to becoming a successful lacrosse coach. With guidance from a collection of some of the premier coaches in the sport, you will progress through topics such as "Developing a Philosophy," "Specialties: Man-Up & Man-Down," "Transition," "Planning Practice," and "Managing the Game." Please note: Although some information is universal, this course is specific to men's lacrosse.
Jim Berkman, Head Men's Lacrosse Coach, Salisbury University
Urick, David (2008). Lacrosse: Fundamentals for Winning. Lanham, MD: Time Inc.
US Lacrosse – www.uslacrosse.org
Inside Lacrosse – www.insidelacrosse.com
LaxPower – www.laxpower.com
Lacrosse Playground – www.lacrosseplayground.com
E-Lacrosse – www.e-lacrosse.com
After completing this course, students will be able to: