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Cornerstones for Success in Lacrosse: Coverage, Development and Execution

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with Tony Seaman, Denver Outlaws General Manager;
engineered a team that set 10 MLL records in 2013 on its way to become the first in MLL history, and just the fourth team in North American major pro sports, to finish a season undefeated;
former Towson University Head Coach;
3X National Coach of the Year (of only two coaches to have been honored as the National Coach of the Year at two different schools);
over 250 career wins; 1994 United States National Team Head Coach (World Champions)

The start of a new season is a very exciting time for the coaches, players and fans. Coach Seaman presents three cornerstones that serve as constant reminders for his coaching staff; coverage, development and execution. Coverage includes preparing and drilling for all parts of the game. Fundamentals on offense and defense are essential for planning practice each day early in the season. Stick work, dodging and picks are the offensive elements. Positioning, footwork, checks, sliding and double teams are key defensive skills. Offensive and defensive situations are team oriented game dynamics that must also be part of practices. The coaching staff also monitors specific situations such as facing off, clearing, riding and substitutions. Nine personnel considerations are an additional factor to decide as coaches. Strength and conditioning is a 12-month process and makes players faster, stronger and more successful on the field. Coach Seaman takes to the field with his team to illustrate offensive and defensive drills at game speed.

78 minutes. 2008.

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Cornerstones for Success in Lacrosse: Coverage, Development and Execution
on October 12, 2010
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
3/5 Stars

by pblax

Tony Seaman does a good job of making a coaches check list of things you should make sure you cover prior to the season. Such as Personnel Depth Chart, Substitionss, Face-off violations, Killing the clock groupd, etc.

Unfortunately, after looking back at might notes I see that this video is really more about the the list than what and how to do anything with the list. Would have been a benefit if they just provided the list directly as a download, but since Coach Seaman is all about notepads ("bible") he probably doesn't have them typed any place.

I would say if your interested in a check list of things you should have addresseed at the HS Coaching level before your first few games then get the DVD and write down the list.

As for how to come-up with drills for the topics on the list I would get Jim Berkmans's 30 Essential Practice Drills, should cover just about everything this video left out.

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