By Bill Olin, Associate Head Coach, Cornell University @CornellWLax When people learn about my past life as a Division III head coach of men’s lacrosse at Capital University (Columbus, Ohio), it is usually followed up with some variation of one question: What’s the difference between coaching men and women? My typical answer is that, while… Read More What’s the Difference?
By Ashley O’Brien, Head Coach, Buffalo State College @BuffStateWLax As we move forward into each subsequent generation, things inevitably shift and change. With each new year we must continually adjust. This ability to adapt and evolve is what makes us good mentors and of course, good coaches. As I sit here waxing philosophical about our… Read More The Tone Has Changed in Coaching – We Should Too
By Sarah Kellner, Head Coach, Regis University @RUWomensLax Talk to them and listen. I’ve learned more than I’ve taught and one of the greatest things is I now listen much more than I preach. They have the answers. They are intrinsically motivated, they have sharp minds, creative ideas, and hearts filled with goodness and grace.… Read More The Gift We Are Given – To Lead and Teach and Grow with our Athletes
By Jen Muston, Head Coach, York College of PA @YCPWLacrosse If you are a college coach of any sport, you have probably heard this question at some point in your past (if not, multiple times!). People mean well, they really do. But every now and then (or in my case-very frequently), you will engage in… Read More “So, what do you do when you’re not in season?”