Trevor Tierney is the only goalie in the history of the game to have won an NCAA Championship, an ILF World Championship, and an MLL Championship. Trevor was a two-time All-American at Princeton University, where he won two NCAA Div I National Championships. Trevor then went on to be named All-World Goalie in the 2002 ILF World Championships in Perth, Australia. In 2005, Trevor also won a MLL Championship with the Baltimore Bayhawks. Trevor finished his playing career in 2007 after playing two seasons with the Denver Outlaws and being named to his fourth MLL All-Star game.
In this DVD, Trevor shares his philosophy on playing goalie and the secrets to his success. Trevor believes that there are a lot of misconceptions out there about playing goalie, and that the position can be simplified with the tips that he offers. You will be surprised to hear some of his ideas for the new generation of goaltenders
85 minutes. 2010.
This Video wasgreat. Coach Tierney's theory of working with a flat arc and being still to better see the shot was a revelation to me.
This video presents an alternative to the "step to the ball" school of goaltending. It obviously worked for Mr. Tierney. It might resonate with a goalie who realizes that opposite approaches to playing goalie can both work, and this one might work better for some players.
Good video on basics such as positioning, etc. Would have been better with some more drills for developing goalies.
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