Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/9/22
From Press Release
The Pennsylvania Area Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association will be hosting a FREE clinic for all PA girls’ lacrosse coaches on Sunday February 13 at Agnes Irwin School.
Featured presenters include Cory Walts (UPenn- Strength & Conditioning), Alex Kahoe (St. Joe’s- Goalies), Sarah Willard (Wagner- Defense), Alyssa Guido (Drexel- Offense) and Mitche Greene (GreenePsych- Mentality).
Please direct any questions to PASLA President, Josie Tomaino at email@example.com
2022 COACHES CLINIC DETAILS
PASLA Coaches Clinic is free to all PASLA members (high school coaches, head & assistant)- registration required! (this is not a clinic for players/players)
Direct Link to Register:
Date: Sunday February 13th, 2022
Format: 8:00 am check-In, coffee and light refreshments. From 8:30 am to 12:15 pm will be the presentations and a lunch to-go!
Location: Agnes Irwin School. 275 S Ithan Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Schedule & Presenters:
8:00am Check-in & light refreshments
8:30am Cory Walts, Penn – Strength & Conditioning
9:15am Alex Kahoe, St. Joe’s – Goalies
10:00am Sarah Willard, Wagner – Defense
10:45am Mitche Greene, Greenepsych – Sport Psychology
11:30am Alyssa Guido, Drexel – Offense
** Lunch to-go will be provided for all!
Click HERE to register!
The Pennsylvania Area Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association recognizes and represents High School Girls’ Lacrosse Coaches in 150+ member schools throughout Eastern Pennsylvania. We partner with USA Lacrosse, the national governing association for the sport of Lacrosse in their All-American, All-Academic, Jackie Pitts, and Coach of the Year Awards and the USA Lacrosse National Tournament. Additionally, PASLA recognizes outstanding local athletes via annual PASLA Awards and conducts clinics to keep our member coaches current in the techniques, strategies, rules and practices of the game. PASLA works to support the growth of high school girls lacrosse by helping to make the sport more accessible, especially in underfunded communities across our region. By providing camp & showcase scholarship opportunities for individuals as well as resource grants for scholastic programs, PASLA aims to close that gap.