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 email@example.com to add a listing. Listings will be posted on Facebook and Twitter each Friday.
Westonka High School is looking for a coach to head up our 2016 Boys Varsity Lacrosse program. Candidates should at least have high school and college playing experience. If you are interested in this position, please contact John Applegate at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-807-8113 for more information.
Looking for Head Coaches and Assistant Coaches for the 2015 summer season for all ages levels. All potential coaches need to fill out the application below and email it to email@example.com
Head Boys Lacrosse Coach - North High School
Send Resumes to:
Jed Helwig - Activities Director
2416 East 11th Avenue
North St. Paul, MN 55109-2498
For More Info:
Cooper High School is seeking a dynamic, qualified candidate to serve as Girls Head Lacrosse coach. Candidates are desired to have a college degree and preferable Lacrosse coaching experience. Apply at www.rdale.org-click on Employment.
If interested, please contact:
The Hastings Lacrosse Club is seeking experienced head coaches for the spring and summer seasons. Compensation ranges from $1200 to $3000 depending on qualifications and availability. College playing experience and/or a strong youth coaching resume desired. Contact Terry@HastingsLacrosse.com for more information.
Delano Boys High School lacrosse team is currently looking for an Assistant Varsity and JV Head Coach. Applicants are required to have high school and college playing experience and preferred to have prior coaching experience. If you are interested please contact Aaron hagerdorn, the head varsity coach at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 651-494-4644.
Totino-Grace High School is looking for a Head Girls High School Coach. High School and/or college coaching experience preferred. Please contact Activities Director Mike Smith at email@example.com or 763-586-6333
Forest Lake Senior High is currently accepting applications for the Boys and Girls High School Varsity Team for the 2015 season. Applicants must have previous lacrosse coaching experience or 3 years of college play. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org - Principle and email@example.com- Athletic Director.
Mounds View Area Youth Lacrosse is looking for experienced coaches for our summer season. The summer positions are paid positions. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.