How to Teach 2 Man Game in Women`s Lacrosse, Scott Teeter Head Coach, Louisby Jamie Munro
Scott Teeter, Head Coach at Louisville, and Head Coach of Team Canada U19 gives a presentation on how to teach 2-man game in women's lacrosse. 2-man game is becoming more and more prevalent in women's lacrosse, make sure you watch this webinar!
Here you will have the opportunity to learn some of the essentials to succeed in implementing The 2-Man Game properly. His style of coaching draws a lot from Box Lacrosse and Canadina roots. The focus is on generating shots quickly and creating the adequate amount of space. He describes the keys to success to make the two man game lacrosse offense. It is essential to properly Initiate, Alert, Touch and use proper Timing to have optimal success. This content WILL help you elevate your game.
Jamie Munro is the Founder of JM3 Sports. Known as one of the game’s most innovative thinkers, teachers and entrepreneurs, Munro leverages his experiences to provide a service that cannot be found anywhere in the sport. “I’ve coached professional lacrosse, DI lacrosse for 20 years, founded and presided over 3d Lacrosse, and helped hundreds of athletes get recruited. I’ve been a High School and youth coach, I’ve coached club boys and girls teams, and I’ve gone through the recruiting process with two of my three children, one of whom was an early recruit and one a late bloomer. I literally have seen the sport from every angle and I believe I have developed the best model for helping players be the best they can be and getting the looks they deserve”.
Furthermore, Scott Teeter has a wealth of experience extremely useful for the modern lacrosse game. He was a former Head Coach for Canisius College for 14 years. His long efforts and dedication to the program then landed him the opportunity to serve as the Head Coach for the U-19 Canadian National Team, a position that he still holds to this day. All of his involvement with the game landed him the Head Coaching position in 2017 for the Louisville Women's Lacrosse program. Teeter has worked with a countless number of lacrosse players at varying levels. His insights are nearly unmatched.