USA Today recently ranked two Championship Productions authors and their teams as the best high school squads in the nation at the conclusion of the 2015 lacrosse season.
John Nostrant, head coach at The Haverford School, led his team to an undefeated 26-0 season, including a championship at the first ever Inter-Ac Challenge post-season tournament. The Haverford School finished the season ranked as the #1 boys team in the country by multiple media outlets.
Coach Nostrant has authored three great products with Championship Productions:
High School Coaching Academy: All-Access Haverford Lacrosse Practice with John Nostrant
High School Coaching Academy: Training the Lacrosse Goalie
High School Coaching Academy: Efficient Shooting Drills for Lacrosse Practice
On the girls’ side, McDonough School head coach Chris Robinson led the Owings Mills-based squad to their seventh consecutive IAAM A conference title and a #1 ranking at the end of the season. The 21-0 season extended a winning streak for the McDonough School that began all the way back in 2009 – an incredible 133 victories in a row.
If you’d like to receive instruction from Coach Robinson himself, check out both of his products from the Championship Productions library:
See the products above and many more in the world’s largest selection of instructional lacrosse videos, books and DVDs!
The NCAA D-I, D-II and D-III Men’s Lacrosse Championships are already underway, and Championship Productions has had the privilege of working with top tournament coaches at every level! Now, you can gain knowledge and instruction from some of the best coaches in NCAA men’s lacrosse. Below is a list of the tournament coaches we have worked with. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors, and click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products:
#1 seed: Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Head Coach, Kevin Corrigan – (11-2)
#2 seed: Syracuse Orange – Head Coach, John Desko – (13-2)
#4 seed: Denver Pioneers – Head Coach, Bill Tierney – (14-2)
#5 seed: Duke Blue Devils – Head Coach, John Danowski – (12-6)
#7 seed: Virginia Cavaliers – Head Coach, Dominic Starsia; Assistant Coach, Marc Van Arsdale – (10-5)
Brown Bears – Head Coach, Lars Tiffany – (12-5)
Ohio State Buckeyes – Head Coach, Nick Myers – (12-6)
Colgate Red Raiders – Head Coach, Michael Murphy – (10-6)
John Hopkins Blue Jays – Head Coach, Dave Pietramala; Assistant Coach, Bobby Benson – (10-6)
#1 seed: Limestone Saints – Head Coach, J.B. Clarke – (18-1)
The NCAA D-I, D-II and D-III Women’s Lacrosse Championships are already underway, and Championship Productions has had the privilege of working with top tournament coaches at every level! Now, you can gain knowledge and instruction from some of the best coaches in NCAA women’s lacrosse. Below is a list of the tournament coaches we have worked with. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors, and click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products:
#2 seed: North Carolina Tar Heels – Head Coach, Jenny Levy; Assistant Coach, Phil Barnes – (16-3)
#4 seed: Syracuse Orange – Head Coach, Gary Gait – (15-7)
#8 seed: Northwestern Wildcats – Head Coach, Kelly Amonte Hiller – (14-6)
Stanford Cardinal – Head Coach, Amy Bokker; Assistant Coach, Brooke McKenzie; Sports Performance Coach, Lesley Moser – (15-3)
Le Moyne Dolphins – Head Coach, Kathy Taylor – (18-3)
Franklin & Marshall Diplomats – Head Coach, Mike Faith – (18-2)
Ken “Bear” Davis has coached at the youth, high school and NCAA Division I levels and has also led a professional team. Using whiteboard diagrams and on-field demonstrations, Coach Davis teaches lacrosse fundamentals by utilizing concepts that may be familiar to young players from their experiences with other sports, playground activities and party games.