|Posted by Georgia Southern University Lacrosse on August 4, 2014 at 4:25 PM||comments (1)|
Georgia Southern Men's Lacrosse Head Coach
Available: Immediately. Salary: Competitive. Appointment: Part-Time, 9 months
Georgia Southern University Men's Club Lacrosse is looking for a Head Coach, preferably with previous coaching experience and a solid lacrosse background, which can direct and lead a talented and enthusiastic team. The head coach responsibilities include but are not limited to, running practices, coaching all home and away games, attending league meetings, assisting the board with recruiting and fundraising.
The team competes in Division II of the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) in the South Eastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC). Georgia Southern is a rapidly growing school with an enrollment increase of 16,000 to 21,000 students in the past 5 years. A majority of our players are from the Metro Atlanta Area with others from Florida, Virginia, and California.
Please contact Logan Segraves (President) to apply for the positions or with any questions regarding the position.
Email: [email protected]
School Website: www.georgiasouthern.edu
MCLA Team Page: www.mcla.us/team/georgia_southern/2014/schedule.html
Team Website: http://laxteams.net/gsueagleslax/
|Posted by nksolloway on July 19, 2014 at 11:20 PM||comments (1)|
Fellowship Christian School is looking to complete the coaching staffs for the 2014-2015 school year. The successful applicant will be either Boys' Head/Asst JV, Boys asst Varsity or Girls' Asst JV depending on experience. Passion for the sport and experience in building a highly competitive program is a must. Applicants should have extensive knowledge in teaching the game and a proven record of strong player development. Experience coaching at high school and/or playing/coaching at the college level is preferred.
In addition to direct coaching of the high school teams, the role requires leadership skills, a positive attitude, enthusiasm for the sport and the ability to effectively communicate with players and parents.
There could or could not be a teaching position with the coaching position depending on openings and the candidates credentials. Please send ant teaching certificates and experience with coaching resume.
Last year we offered lacrosse down to the U11 level. Our feeder program is strong and continue to bring quality talent to the high school level.
Fellowship Christian is a Non-Denominational Covenant, co-educational, K-12 school committed to the values and teachings of Jesus Christ. We strive to create personal relationships with sstudents between their teachers, peers and savior. The Christian coach understands that true victory only comes when the athletes please the Lord with their effort, attitudes and actions.
Salary: TBD. Appointment: Part-Time
Contact for information: Neil Solloway, Head Lacrosse Coach, 10965 Woodstock Road, Roswell, GA 30075. Phone: (920) 277-0533 E-mail: [email protected]
Team/school site: http://www.fellowshipchristianschool.org/
Pinecrest Academy in Cumming, GA, is searching for a JUNIOR VARSITY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL Lacrosse Coach for the 2015 season. Pinecrest Academy is searching for someone to run practices, attend games, and to have an interest in developing student athletes on and off the field. Applicants with college women’s lacrosse playing experience are preferred. A coaching stipend is offered. For further information contact Head Coach Jillian DiFazio via email at [email protected]
|Posted by Georgia Games Girl's Lacrosse Event Coordinator on May 20, 2014 at 10:50 AM||comments (0)|
The Georgia Games would like to extend an invitation for you to participate in our 2014 Girls Lacrosse Championships on June 14th and 15th 2014.
The Georgia Games are a non-profit organization that are with the Georgia Grass Roots Olympics that works towards developing, promoting, operating and educating physical fitness, sports and healthy programs in Georgia. The Georgia Games Championships continue to “Keep the Olympic Dream Alive” in the hearts and minds of Georgians as athletes have the opportunity to hone their skills at new venues and against new competitions.
Details about the Lacrosse events are listed below along with a flyer attached to this email.
We would be happy to have you join us at this year’s Championships!
Lacrosse Championships (U13, U15, High School A & B Divisions)
• Saturday, June 14th 2014 /Sunday, June 15th 2014
• Clash Soccer Complex
• Cartersville, GA
One of our missions is to try to develop girl’s lacrosse in Georgia. Please come out and participate in this tournament to help support our mission.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us via email or through our website www.georgiagames.org or telephone.
We look forward to seeing you this year!
P.O. Box 2043, Kennesaw, GA 30156
|Posted by ScottByers on January 2, 2014 at 11:50 AM||comments (0)|
In an effort to increase visibility and help grow the sport, the Augusta Lacrosse Club, in conjuction with the Columbia County Recreation Department, is bringing college lacrosse to Blanchard Woods Park. On Saturday, Jan.25 at 2:30 p.m., the NAIA Emmanuel College Lions and Point University Skyhawks will take the field, scrimmaging in preparation for the beginning of their seasons. It will be part of a day of lacrosse at the park. Before the game, there will be a shooting clinic for area youths. Jeff Becker, president of the Augusta Lacrosse Club, was able to use his connections with the coaches of both schools. As coach of Greenbrier High School, Becker saw sophomore Alan Troutman and freshman Phillip Yount head to Emmanuel College while freshmen Bobby Bennett and Greg Wilson will take the field for Point. Becker got the idea after the players were recruited to the colleges. “We kind of thought about it for a while, having a tournament or something like that here when a couple of our guys signed at Emmanuel and a couple of our guys signed at Point,” said Becker. Both college coaches were eager to be a part of the day. “The Augusta Lacrosse Association is pulling out all the bells and whistles to make this a great day of lacrosse for the area,” said Emmanuel head coach Patrick Johnston. “I want to thank everyone involved, especially Jeff Becker, for making this happen. We are honored to help showcase two Christian colleges and lacrosse to the Augusta area in this great event.” Johnston was glad to have an exhibition of this nature before his season begins. “Our exhibition versus Point will help us sharpen up for our last run at the SELC (SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference) Championship this year before our move to NCAA D-II and Conference Carolinas next year,” Johnston said. The event is free to those under 18 years old and $5 for those 18 and older. BY AUGUSTA CHRONICLE SCOTT ROUCH STAFF WRITER TWITTER @SCOTTROUCH
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