By Mike Scerbo, Assistant Athletic Director for NCAA Compliance and former head women’s lacrosse coach, Duquesne University @CompliantMike In the spring of 1996 (I know, I’m old) I started my coaching career as an assistant coach at SUNY Oswego. After 21 years, with stops along the way as a head coach at Limestone College, an… Read More Ten Things I Wish They Told Me Before I Started Coaching
By Adrienne Berkland, Head Coach, Savannah College of Art & Design @SCADWLAX The NAIA – what’s that? If you had asked me that very question ten years ago I would just have been giving you guesses. I grew up and played lacrosse collegiately in Massachusetts – the land of NCAA Division III. Within an hour… Read More NAIA? What’s That?
Many prospective student-athletes (PSAs) experience a case of nerves surrounding campus visits. If the school is among your top choices, there can be a great deal of pressure to have a great visit. The fact that no two coaching staffs conduct visits exactly the same way can leave you feeling unprepared for your visit. But… Read More Coaches Talk Campus Visits
By Julika Blankenship, Head Coach, Winthrop University @WinthropLax Division I… Division II… Division III… Three dividing categories, rife with stereotypes and assumptions. Do most lacrosse fans and followers really understand the true and valid differences between the three? I did not have a solid understanding of each as I embarked upon my athletic career (WAY… Read More Passion Knows No Division