See Below For Documents Relating to the 2021 Season
West Linn Boy’s Youth lacrosse
Sat March 7th 9am-noon
West Linn High School stadium field
Demos by West Linn HS varsity and swing players.
WLHS coaching staff does an annual 3 hour clinic for it’s youth coaches. The clinic shows all the drills we want our youth coaches to be using at practices.
There is no charge for this.
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Created for OYL by players and coaches from Oregon State University's mens lacrosse program.
US Lacrosse The Level 1 and Level 2 CDP clinic schedule for the PNW is currently:
The Level 1 curriculum is designed to introduce coaches to the responsibilities and philosophies of coaching and how to provide a safe and athlete-centered environment that emphasizes positive growth and sportsmanship. You’ll acquire the tools to teach rules, basic individual skills and basic team concepts to beginning players of all ages.
The Level 2 curriculum is geared toward coaching players who have an understanding of the basic skills and objectives of the game. Coaches also will learn how practice planning fits into overall tactical objectives for their season. Coaches will receive detailed instruction on building the tactical elements of their team based on overarching principles for offense, defense and transition.
The Level 3 curriculum is geared toward coaching players that have a deep understanding of the objectives of the game. Coaches will receive detailed instruction on pregame preparation and tactics of the game. Coaches will also engage in critical thinking activities to build a higher lacrosse IQ for themselves and their team.
Learn to Play Clinics are specially designed for coaches with limited experience in the sport, or for anyone (age 18 and over) looking for exposure to the basic techniques of the men's and/or women's games.
The Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM) P3 clinic takes a deep dive into how to run Peak Performance Practices (P3), which are practices for any level or age-group that maximize fun and learning using the LADM principles. Participants will experience hands-on learning by participating in an LADM designed practice progression centered around station-based, high engagement activities that develop the whole athlete. Rather than focusing on coaching individual skills, this clinic is more geared towards teaching coaches how to get the most out of their team, their practice, and their seasons, all in the sense of doing what’s best of the overall athlete.