At Homegrown Lacrosse, we recognize that the Minnesota lacrosse community is constantly expanding - and that is amazing!
To support that growth, we've created this job board to help connect coaches and associations. If you are a youth association or high school looking for coaches, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to add a listing. Listings will be posted on Facebook and Twitter each Friday.
Head High School Coach
Rodger's High School is looking for a new Varsity Head Coach. The Coach provides leadership and expertise regarding the rules, strategies, and techniques for the assigned activity, utilizing knowledge of the specific equipment, physical fitness and safety to prepare participants mentally and physically to compete at the highest level.
Job Summary (Tasks include, but not limited to the following):
If you are interested please follow this link here and apply online.
Mounds View Area Youth Lacrosse is looking for experienced coaches for our summer season. The summer positions are paid positions. Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested.
The Blaine Youth Lacrosse Association is looking for an experienced coach for our U13 spring team. The position pays $500 for the season and the coach sets the practice schedule for 1-2 nights per week (Mondays-Thursdays only). Please contact Jeremy Funk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 763-258-9140 for more information.
Wayzata youth Lacrosse Association is seeking a Coach for their 7/8 Grade Spring Team playing at the “A” Level, which has the opportunity to extend through the MSLAX Summer Season. If you are interested in these positions, please contact Jim Robertson at email@example.com and Tim Hartigan at TPHartigan@landolakes.com.
a) Candidate will ideally by post Undergraduate
b) Candidate will ideally have minimum 4 years playing/coaching experience specific to LAX
c) Candidate will need to be able to commit to 3 practices/games per week
2) Overall, the job of a head coach should:
a) Educate and teach the players about the game of lacrosse. How to honor the game when they practice and play.
b) To develop team concepts (both offensive and defensive) and situational concepts appropriate for their age level and to prepare them for their next level of lacrosse.
c) To develop individual skills within each player. You should look to identify and talk to each player weekly about what they individually are doing well and what they need to do to improve. (in a sensitive manner)
d) Ensure each player’s season is a good experience, so that they and their parents want to continue to play lacrosse in the following year.
e) Celebrate the successes of each and every player when they demonstrate they have learned a new skill. And when they do the “right thing” on the field.
3) Games and practices:
a) This is all about development! Educate, educate, educate.
b) Practices: Work on conditioning, individual skills, team skills and game situational skills. Make sure that individual practice plans are hitting the subjects that are needed for this level. Follow your practice plans.
c) Games: Wayzata has had a long history of promoting sportsmanship for coaches and players. Set a good example. Treat the other players, coaches, refs, and parents with respect.
d) Games: Teach as situations arise.
The White Bear Lake Lacrosse Association is looking for experienced coaches for our box, and summer teams for the upcoming season. The summer positions are paid positions. We prefer but do not require that the coach(es) be Level 1 certified by US Lacrosse, as well as have the appropriate concussion training. Please contact me below if you are interested.
Roseville Area Youth Lacrosse Association is looking for coaches to join our growing program. We have both boys and girls teams from U9 and 3/4 grade up to U15 and 7/8 grade. Our 2014 season will start at the beginning of April with indoor practices and run through the YLM season ending the first weekend in August. We would love to hear from coaches in our area. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Centennial is currently searching for a head coach for the high school boy's varsity team for the upcoming spring season. They are looking for a coach that has experience playing and coaching lacrosse at a high level. If you are interested please contact the athletic director at Centennial Brian Hegseth. Brian's email is email@example.com, and the deadline for all aplications is 1/29/14.
Forest Lake High School Boys’ Lacrosse is looking to hire an assistant coach who has experience playing at high levels. This is a paid position at the Varsity level. Contact Head Coach Jon Loo at 763-227-1656 if you’re interested in this position.
Proctor Lacrosse team is searching for a coach and assistant for our varsity team. We are heading into our third season as a team and are continuing to grow and attract new players to the game. We are looking for a person with experience playing , that will be able to run practices 3-4 days a week and be available for games that are usually on weekends. Pay is negotiable upon experience. Inquires can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Cathy Hannan at 218-349-3367
Champlin Park H.S. is looking for a qualified candidate to assist with our junior varsity team. The foundation of our program is Unity, Class & Drive; our coaching staff exemplifies these traits. We are seeking an individual with playing and some coaching experience who understands the importance of fundamentals and skill development. Our regular season begins March 31st and ends in May. Both JV & varsity practice Monday-Saturday with meetings, film, weights and fundraising events interspersed in our weekly activities. Salary: TBD. Appointment: Part-Time
Please submit coaching resume to Eric Borer, Varsity Head Coach.
Phone: 763-516-0239 E-mail: email@example.com
The Duluth Chargers are currently seeking applications for U11, U13,U15, 9/10, and JV coaches from mid-March to the first week in June. The time commitments are 2-3 hours a day for various days of the week according to level of play for the spring season. The Chargers offer pay for all levels of coaching and reimburse for travel expenses. All interested coaches should email Patrick O’Connell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please request information by December 6, 2013.
East Ridge High School is currently looking for a new girls varsity head coach. East Ridge's lacrosse team finished second to Stillwater in sections last season, and all their players will be returning. If you would like to apply please follow the link here. If you need any additional information please email the athletic director Jon Hinzman at email@example.com.
Rosemount is currently seeking applications for U15, 9/10, JV and Varsity coaches. The time commitments are 2-3 hours a day for the MSHSL season. Rosemount offers competitive pay for all levels of coaching. We are looking for coaches that have both offensive and defensive experiences. All interested coaches should email Lance Kuehn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Lake Park Youth Lacrosse Program is looking for head and assistant coaches for the U9, U11, U13, U15 boys teams. Depending on registration they may end up with multiple teams for each levels, but they need coaches in order for that to happen.
If you are interested in coaching at SLP for 2014 spring/summer, you can fill out an application using the following link. The first link below will take you to the SLP Community Ed “Youth Lacrosse Club Coach” description page and the second link below will take you to the application’s page (just click on the External Applicants section and fill out your information to apply).
Note: the seasons typically looks like the following. As a coach, you have flexibility in setting your own practice schedule.
· Season typically starts in March (begin practice) and runs through May
· Games (you play double headers) are typically on either a Saturday or Sunday
· Season typically starts after spring season (early June) and runs through July (first week of August if you make state tournament)
· Games (you play 1 or 2 a week) are typically in the evenings during the work week (6:00pm or 7:15pm)
· Games for U9 last year were Sunday nights
· Weekend tournaments are optional if the team signs up for them and if coaches are available.
Monticello is currently looking for head and assistant varsity coaches for both their boys and girls lacrosse program.
Please follow this link here to apply for the coaching positions.
Varsity Boys Offensive Coordinator
Description: 2 hours per day, 65 - 70 days per year. Assist in the entire operation of the Boys Lacrosse Program (Varsity and JV levels). Oversee the Varsity Offense.
Spring Lake Park is looking for coaches for our U13 or U15 teams this Spring/Summer. Great opportunity with a rapidly growing lacrosse program.
Contact: Scott Ackerson - skackerson@
We have an opening on our JVB team which is our 3rd team that competes in the MBSLA at the JV level for an assistant coach on that team. Thank you so much.
Contact Brad at 763-218-9266 or email@example.com
Boys Lacrosse Assistant
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the development of the fundamental skills necessary to participate in a high school program.
Qualifications: Successful experience as a high school or college player and/or coach.
Duties: Responsible for daily coaching duties, including practices, meets and clinics. All other Coaching duties as assigned by head Lacrosse coach. Follow District #834 Code of Ethics for Coaches.