Eldon Brough: January 9, 2014 Lax GN-201 "Preseason Strength and Conditioning Program for HS athletes"
Sports Coaching: Head Coach: WMns Soccer: West HS 2009,'10, Mens Soccer: Rowland Hall '08, Granstville HS'10, Asst Sports Coaching: Football: Maple Mtn HS Football '09 Strength and Conditioning Coaching: Head S&C Coach: Dixie State, UT All Programs 2011-12. Westminster College, 2013 All Teams. Student Asst: University of Utah: Football, M Basketball, Wm Soccer
Asst S&C: 2013 Detroit Mercy, MI Men's Lacrosse, Men's & Women's Track, Cross Country, Softball
Mens Basketball, Women's Soccer.
Sports Coaching: Mt Lakes HS, NJ (Head Coach 1979-present) USA U-19 Team (Asst Coach 2006-'08, Head Coach 2008-'12)
Coach Flynn is past president of the New Jersey Lacrosse Coaches Association and a past trustee of the New Jersey chapter of US Lacrosse. His resume also lists extensive awards for his coaching excellence, including New Jersey Coach of the Year bestowed by both the New Jersey Star Ledger (1987, 1989) and the New Jersey Coaches Association (1988, 1993). He was the recipient of the Len Roland Sportsmanship Award (1990) and the Garden State Games Distinguished Service Award (1997). Flynn is a member of the New Jersey Chapter of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame (inducted 1998), the NJSIAA Hall of Fame (inducted 1995) and the Montclair State College Lacrosse Hall of Fame (inducted 2009).
Chuck Holland: Dec 5, 2013, 6:30-8:00 PM Boys Lax-201 "Deuces are Wild - A Simple Approach to 2-2-2 Offense.
From his inaugural year of lacrosse as a 7th grader in 1992 Chuck has traveled more miles than most chasing his passion for the game. His midfield career took him from Southern New Jersey to Western Australia with many stops along the way. An accomplished college Player for St Vincent University, (NCAA D-III), he was a 2-year Team Captain, leading GB man and first (only) middie to accumulate over career 100 pts.
His post collegiate playing career started with the the Phoenix Lacrosse Club of Australia where he was also the head coach for the U-15 program in 2000. With extensive field experience with club teams in Pittsburg, PA, Columbia SC, and Charlotte NC, Chuck also played indoor Box lacrosse with the Pittsburg Octane (CBLL).
As a Coach, Chuck has coaches at the U-15, high school JV, High School Varsity, MCLA and NCAA D-III level. His most recent experience was as an assistant coach from 2008-20013 at St Vincent's University, Latrobe PA. New to the Utah circuit, Coach Holland assumes the reigns of the Weber HS team. Chuck is impressed with the enthusiasm and willingness to work he's found in his first fall workouts. He is also spearheading a new Utah area travel team for 2014. Keep an eye out for JUSTLAXN in the months ahead. We are very excited to have Chuck joining on our Coaches Education Program Staff.
Dave Johnson: Dec 12, 2013 GN 201-2 "Beyond the Save." Advanced topics for goalie training, getting your goalie to act as a coach on the field.
Player: Liberty HS MD (94-96), Capt '94,'96, Goalie
Catonsville CC, MD ('97-98), All Region,XX Academic All American, '97
Brigham Young University ('99,'00) 1st All RMLC, All American ('99,'00)
Academic All American ('99,'00), National Champ '00, All Tournament - 1st Team, Defensive MVP.
Coach: Asst. Coach
Liberty HS, MD ('97,'98), Brigham Young University (2001-03).
Alta HS, UT (2008, '09)
Freedom HS, FL (2004, '05)
Utah Yth Lacrosse: Boys Storm, Girls Juniors, Girls Thunder, (2010-'13)
Lauri Kenis:Dec 6 & 7, 2013 Girls Lax 301 "University of Maryland Women's Lacrosse Coaches and Players Clinic."
2 x 1st Team All - American Defender, University of Virginia
Univ. of Maryland - Asst '05, '06, 2008-Present
University of Denver (Asst '07)
Alex Kahoe: Dec 6 & 7, 2013 Girls Lax 301 "University of Maryland Women's Lacrosse Coaches and Players Clinic."
1996-2000 University of Maryland - 3 x ALL American Goalie, Four National Championships
1999 & 2000 NCAA Div I - Goalie of the Year
Univ. of MD (Asst 2000-02)
Univ. of Penn (Asst '03)
Univ. of Delaware (Asst '04-05, Assoc. Head Coach '06)
Duke (Asst '07-11)
Univ. of VT (Asst '12)
Brad Lavoie: Nov 14, 2013 Boys Lax 201 "Building a Principle Based Offensive System."
Player: Nashua HS NH 1997-'99, Attack, State Champion
Hartford University 2000-'03, Capt '03 Attack
Coaching: Westminster College, Offensive Coordinator, Dir of Recruiting, 2010-Present.
Garrett McLean: Oct 29, 2013 Boys Lax 201 "Steps to Creating a Lock-Down Defense"
Player: Randolph HS, NJ 2005-'07, Close Defense
Wheaton College 2008-2011, Close Defense
Laurie Podmilsak Nov 21, 2013
Girls Lax 201 "The Skills that Make Good Players Great" (And the Drills that help you teach them!)
Laurie coached Oakton High School from 1994-97. At the collegiate level, Laurie was Head Coach at DI Howard University from 1998-2000; and was the recipient of the Coach of Year 2000 Award. Laurie was a Volunteer Assistant Coach at DI American University from 2000-2003. Laurie coached numerous Elite level camps, clinics, summer leagues from 1994-2005. Laurie is the Founder and Head Coach of the extremely successful Future Elite Lacrosse Club based out of Washington D.C./Maryland.
Laurie is married with 4 children and lives in Park City, UT. Laurie has had an extensive background with lacrosse, playing, coaching and directing club programs, primarily in the Mid-Atlantic region. During her formative years, Laurie attended Oakton High School and graduated in 1990 – she was the junior and senior captain of her Varsity Team, and MVP senior year. Laurie graduated in 1994 from James Madison University where she played DI lacrosse team which was consistently ranked in top 20.
Watch a D-1 Championship with Laurie, and while her humility keeps her from shouting it out, if you prod her eventually she will point out players on both teams that use to call her "coach". Laurie has been a certified lacrosse official for over 10 years. Laurie has dedicated time to guest speak at coaches clinics and US Lacrosse conventions. Some of Laurie's prodigies include: Kari Morrison- goal keeper, Virginia Tech; Alex Breiner- Midfielder, Oregon Ducks, Catherine Colliate (Virginia Tech), Sammy Allen (Louisville), Molly Wannen (William and Mary), Cara O'Brien (Longwood University), and Victoria Cable (Stony Brook University).. to name a few.