We are always looking for candidates interesting in volunteering their time to coach youth lacrosse. Past lacrosse coaching or playing experience is terrific, but not required. Everett Lacrosse Club provides training opportunities, support and mentoring by fellow coaches, as well as the team management and communication tools included through our SportsEngine platform.
All coaching candidates and volunteers interacting with the players must register and go through a complete background check processes. Please see the registration below.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Everett Lacrosse Club believes our coaches make the difference in our player's enjoyment of the game and the development of lacrosse skills. In order to facilitate the best experience for our coaches, players, and parents, we put our coaches through background checks and mandatory concussion awareness training before they are authorized to step on the practice field.
We also elevate our coaches' ability to teach lacrosse by supporting and paying for them to become certified though US Lacrosse. This includes additional background checks, online training, classroom training, and on the field training. Helping these young men and women develop into better players and better community participants is our goal.
For more information on what our coaches go through in the certification training, please visit: US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program
One of the essential functions of coaches and team managers is to manage team communications with players and their families. If you are a coach or team manager, SportsEngine has created a Team Management Guide for Coaches and Team Managers to help you use our website and mobile app to efficiently and effectively communicate and manage your teams.
Balance is key when reacting to a deflected shot and getting back into the ready position for another shot.
If you can teach a player to properly handle an unsettled transition situation playing 6 on 6 will appear much easier to them.
Basic passing & catching with a stationary partner – practice right and left hand passes & catches. This is one of the first beginner lacrosse drills that kids should practice.
Keep connected to your team. Quickly check schedules and team updates, plus message other members on your team and receive heads-up from athletes about practice. Enjoy unlimited access to scores & stats, photo/video sharing, and more.
Easily add and edit athlete info, manage schedules, and message team members
Send a message to an individual member, selected members, or the entire team directly from TeamCenter or from the SportsEngine mobile app
Basic Team Management
Perform basic tasks using the Team Page Team Management functionality
Add additional email addresses to a non-member's profile in order to be able to include all athletes in team communications
Manage RSVPs for each athlete within your team’s TeamCenter or within the SportsEngine mobile app
Do you import your game schedules from a third party scheduler or create them manually on your team page? This article explains how to add RSVPs to those games and events after they are imported.
Review help articles about how coaches interact with TeamCenter and the SportsEngine mobile app
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