Help Needed

By Shannon Hertz, Head Coach, Bloomsburg University @husky_lacrosse How do you do it? It was a question I heard a lot my first year as a head coach at Bloomsburg University. Now going in to my third season, and feeling a little bit more settled in, I look back on my first year and remember… Read More Help Needed

Bridging the Gap

By Mike Scerbo, Assistant Athletic Director for NCAA Compliance (and former head women’s lacrosse coach), Duquesne University @CompliantMike I used to love recruiting the “Blue Chip” player; she was bigger, stronger, quicker, more talented. Athletic administrators love to make a splash: hiring a big name coach with high win totals, top recruiting classes, etc. However,… Read More Bridging the Gap

The People, The Process, and a Little Bit of Luck…

[Editor’s Note: This is a follow up post to Leadership Lessons From TB12 published on February 1, 2017.] By Angela McMahon, Head Coach, University of Massachusetts Amherst, @UMassLacrosse I’d love to offer up a brilliant explanation as to how the Patriots made the impossible possible, but I can’t. What is clear, however, is that what seemed… Read More The People, The Process, and a Little Bit of Luck…

The Way It Was

By Pat Genovese, former Head Coach, William Smith College When you are frustrated with obstacles impeding your practices, perhaps rereading this post will place your thoughts in perspective and help you appreciate what you have, yet inspire you to forever uncover ways in which to improve your program. Few of you will remember the long… Read More The Way It Was