LACROSSE - Girls: Clinic
|MEMO TO:||GIRLS LACROSSE COACHES – Join us for the 1st ever Clinic|
|FROM:||Donna Rose (Hollywood Hills), FACA Girls State Chairman|
|Shelton Crews, FACA Executive Director FACA/HUDL|
|RE:||Lacrosse Clinic - December 4-6, 2014|
The 2014 FACA/HUDL Lacrosse Clinic is set for December 4-6, 2014 at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort. The room rate is $99.00 per night plus tax, free self parking and $10 Valet. Call (386) 254-8200 and make your reservations immediately. The cut-off datefor the FACA block of rooms is November 12, 2014. If you do not make your reservation before Nov. 12th you will pay a much higher rate. When calling the Hilton use “FACA” as the group code so you will get the FACA room rate. Our block of rooms will go fast. To be tax exempt, you must pay with a school check or school credit card. The check or credit card must have the same name as the tax exempt account. The hotel won’t accept cash, personal checks or personal credit cards for tax-exempt accounts.
Clinic registration is free for 2014-15 FACA members and $70.00 for non-members. You may receive Inservice Points towards recertification requirements. Although the D.O.E. has approved the FACA Clinics as a means of meeting the requirements, your county must also approve the FACA Clinics for you to receive the points. Be sure to check with your county/school. There is no extra cost for those receiving the Inservice Points. We will also have a hotel sponsored “FACA Coaches Reception” on Thursday evening, December 4th at 6:30 pm. A DJ, Door prizes and a grand prize drawing of a weekend stay at the Hilton will be part of that reception. Don’t miss the fun!
Don’t miss our 1st Ever State Lacrosse Clinic. Our new State Chairmen are working very hard to put together a very strong list of speakers and topics for our state coaches. This being the first Lacrosse Clinic we want you to attend and help us shape future clinics as well as an improved Lacrosse presence in the FACA. Come and share your ideas!
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If you have any questions please feel to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 850-727-8117.See you in Daytona on December 4th!
|Thursday, December 4, 2015|
|8:30 - 5:00 pm||CLINIC REGISTRATION|
|11:00 - 5:00 pm||VISIT EXHIBITS|
|1:30 - 2:30 pm||Kelly Buikus Head Coach, Ave Maria University|
|"Team Building and the NAIA "|
|3:00 - 5:00 pm||Recruiting Roundtable – Collegiate Coaches|
|5:15 - 6:15 pm||Dr. Donnie Horner, Athletic Director, Jacksonville University|
|"Leadership in Athletics"|
|6:30 - 7:30 pm||FACA Coaches Reception in Vendor Area|
|7:45 - 8:30 pm||Shelton Crews, FACA Director|
|"Welcome & FACA Info"|
Friday, December 5, 2015
|8:00 - 4:00 pm||CLINIC REGISTRATION|
|8:30 - 9:30 am||Robbie Lindeman, FHSAA Lacrosse Adminstrator|
|"FHSAA Rules Update"|
|9:45 - 10:45 am||Lyndsey Boswell, Head Coach, High Point, University|
|"Fundamentals and Practice Planning"|
|11:00 - 12:00||Matthew Nein, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Salisbury University|
|"Strength & Conditioning for the High School Athlete" (Part I)|
|This presentation will look at developing the high school lacrosse player to help reduce the|
|risk of injury while enhancing player performance with a focus on optimal program design for|
|both off-season and competitive season play|
|12:00 - 2:00 pm||LUNCH & VISIT EXHIBITS|
|2:00 - 3:00 pm||Christy Leach, Head Coach, Stetson University|
|3:15 - 4:15 pm||Missy Doherty, Head Coach, Penn State University|
|"Skills and Drills"|
|4:30 - 5:30 pm||Mikey Meagher, Asst. Coach, Jacksonville University|
|"Developing the Goalie- What Every Coach Needs to Know"|
Saturday, December 6, 2015
|8:30 - 9:30 am||Dennis Short, Head Coach, Rollins College|
|"Offense Made Easy "|
|9:45 - 10:45 am||Matthew Nein, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Salisbury University|
|"Strength & Conditioning for the High School Athlete" (Part 2)|
|11:00 - 12:00||Richie Meade, Head Coach, Furman University|
|"Your Lacrosse Season"|
Girls Lacrosse Speaker Bios
Lyndsey Boswell – High Point University
The only head coach in the history of the High Point University women's lacrosse program; Boswell led the Panthers to four conference championships in their first four seasons and the program's first two NCAA Tournament appearances in 2013 and 2014. She was named Big South Coach of the Year in 2014 after leading the Panthers to the regular-season title and HPU went on to win the conference tournament for the second year in a row. Boswell joined High Point University in June 2009 and began building the program after coaching appointments at St Andrews and Pfeiffer. In their first season of 2011 the panthers won the National Lacrosse Conference (NLC) Tournament. In 2012, Boswell was named NLC Coach of the Year. In the team’s first three seasons, HPU posted a 40-17 record.
Kelly Buikus- Ave Maria University
Kelly Buikus, was named the first women’s lacrosse Head Coach of the Ave Maria Gyrene’s and will lead them into their NAIA inaugural season in 2015. Buikus’s prior coaching experience includes serving as the head lacrosse coach and assistant athletic director at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa. , assistant coach for the women's lacrosse team at Hood College in Frederick, Md. and head lacrosse coach in the inaugural season for Bristol Eastern/Central High School .
Missy Doherty – Penn State University
On July 2, 2010, Missy Doherty was introduced as the ninth head coach in Penn State women's lacrosse program history. A winner of five national championships as a player and coach, Doherty came to Penn after a highly successful seven years at Towson University. In 2013, the Nittany Lions reached the NCAA quarterfinals for the second straight season. In 2012, Doherty led Penn State to a 12-7 record and its third consecutive double-digit win season. In her first season Doherty led the Penn State to a 10-8 record and a second-place finish in the American Lacrosse Conference. At Towson, Doherty built the Tigers into one of the top teams in the Colonial Athletic Association and into a nationally recognized and competitive program. At Towson, she posted an Impressive 79-46 (.632) record, including five seasons with 13 or more victories, and led it to three CAA Tournament Prior to arriving at Towson, Doherty had a successful six-year stretch as an assistant coach at Princeton University, served two seasons at Brown University (1999-2000) after starting her coaching career at Vanderbilt in 1998.
Christy Leach – Stetson University
Four-time national champion Christy Leach was named as Stetson's second lacrosse head coach on June 23. 2014. She has spent the last four seasons as the first assistant with the Buckeyes, helping guide OSU to a combined 42-30 record and a spot in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Buckeyes were 13-7 last season, finishing as runner-up in the American Lacrosse Conference. Prior to her time at OSU, Leach spent one season (2009) as an assistant at the University of Cincinnati, serving as defensive coordinator for the Bearcats. As a decorated student-athlete, at Northwestern, Leach (nee Finch) helped lead the Wildcats to four straight national championships from 2005 to 2008. Finch was named as the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) National Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008, earning first-team All-America honors in each season.
Mikey Meagher –Jacksonville University
Mikey Meagher joined the Jacksonville University coaching staff as an assistant coach in the 2013- 2014 season after her record breaking career as the starting goalie at the University of Florida. One of the top national goalies, in 2013 she became the first ever female goalie to be named a top five finalist for the Tewaaraton Award. She swept Goalie of the Year honors, earning All-American honors from the IWLCA, named the first ever ALC Goalie of the Year and a First-Team All-ALC selection. 2012 saw her unanimously named National Goalie of the Year, earning the honor from the IWLCA, First Team All-American, the IWLCA All-South Region First Team and Second-Team All-ALC …Matthew Nein- Salisbury University
Currently in his 11th year as Coordinator of Sports Performance at Salisbury University, Matthew Nein oversees the sports performance development of 21 athletic teams. A Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2004 and SPARQ National Trainer, he has trained 10 National Championship Teams & 6 Individual National Championships Athletes. Matthew has worked with 16 National Championship Game/World Series Appearance teams. He serves as an advisory board member for the National Strength and Conditioning Association – Delaware - and is an adjunct professor in the Strength and Conditioning Master’s Degree program and undergraduate Exercise Science program at SU. Matthew is the co-creator and Blogger for Educatedcoaches.com –A blog dedicated to creating positive sport experiences for all participants through the positive interaction of athletes, parents, and coaches. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Towson University in Kinesiology/Physical Education and his Master’s Degree in 2004 from Salisbury in Applied Healthy Physiology. Prior to SU he was employed with the Toronto Blue Jays as a minor league strength coach.
Dennis Short- Rollins College
This is the seventh season for Head Coach Dennis Short, riding the momentum of back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Final Four with a combined record of 31-4 over the past two seasons. Short continues to build one of the most successful programs across all of Division II. In his years at the helm, Short brought 16 years of coaching experience to Rollins, including 10 years at the Division I level. Short spent four years as the first full time head women's lacrosse coach at the University at Albany (N.Y.) and led the Great Danes to three straight America East Conference Tournament appearances and coached 11 all-conference players. Prior to Albany, he was first assistant at The Ohio State University for six seasons and helped the program transition from club to NCAA Division I status. He coached both offense and goalkeepers for the Buckeyes, who were ranked among the nation's top 10 in scoring offense in 1999- 2000. He has served on the Executive Committee for the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association, a mentor coach with the IWLCA, a member of the DII All America committee, the US Lacrosse Women's Division National Tournament Director, USWLA Midwest District President, and Chair of the IWLCA's Growth and Coach of the Year Committees.
Dr. Donnie Horner – Jacksonville University
Donnie attended the U.S. Military Academy where he was a quarterback for Army’s football team. After graduating from West Point, he obtained 2 masters degrees (MIT and Stanford) and then received his doctorate from Stanford. He has been a professor of Leadership and a member of the Admiral Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership at the U.S. Naval Academy. On June 2, 2014, Dr. Horner was appointed to serve as the Chief Athletic Officer for Jacksonville University.
Robbie Lindeman – FHSAA
Coach Lindeman is a graduate of the University of South Florida. Prior to his position with the FHSAA, Robbie was the Athletic Director at West Port H.S. in Ocala and the head Baseball coach. In addition to his duties as Director of Athletics for the FHSAA he is in his first year as the Sports Administrator for Lacrosse.
Richie Meade – Furman University
Richie Meade’s coaching career includes being an assistant coach at Duke, North Carolina, Army, Navy and the head coach at the University of Baltimore prior to becoming the head coach at Navy for 17 years. Besides coaching, Meade was a tenured professor at the Naval Academy and a member of the Admiral Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership. He is currently the United States National Team coach and in 2012 was named the coach of Furman University. In 2004 he was awarded the USILA Coach of the Year when he led Navy to the NCAA Finals.