Looking To Take The Next Step In Your Coaching Career?
Prior to the main event, legendary Coach Bill Tierney and Coach JB Clarke will share the philosophy and strategy they use to guide their winning programs. Coach Matt Brown, Denver’s offensive coordinator, will also be on the panel. We also plan to discuss what goes on and off the field, what they look for in student athletes, the recruiting process, etc. There will be substantial Q&A.
Sunday, October 15, 2017 at St. John’s College High School
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Coaches Clinic Featuring Coach Tierney, Coach Brown, and Coach Clarke – *Registration Required
WHY: Come hear from three of the best lacrosse minds ever on all facets of the game!
WHERE: St. John’s College High School. Parking on St. John’s campus is limited. Upon capacity, cars will not be allowed to enter. Please visit www.stjohnschs.org/page/about/contacts-and-directions for more information about the campus.
St. John's College High School
St. John’s College High School
2607 Military Rd., NW
Chevy Chase, DC 20015
FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
In his 33 years of coaching, Coach Tierney has amassed a resume that includes seven NCAA Championships, nine NCAA Final appearances, 15 Championship Weekend appearances, 22 quarterfinal appearances, 14 Ivy League Championships, two ECAC Championships, two BIG EAST Championships, three ECAC Regular Season titles and four BIG EAST Regular Season titles. He compiled a career record of 238-86 at Princeton and has a career collegiate record of 381-125 for an impressive .753 winning percentage.
Coach Clarke has an overall career record of 276-78 over 19 seasons and has coached in the NCAA Final Four at the Division I, II and III levels. Clarke, the 2014 USILA Division II Coach of the Year, is the all-time winningest coach in Limestone history, posting his 129th win at the helm of the Blue and Gold with an 11-9 decision over Merrimack in the 2017 NCAA Division II National Championship Game. He holds a 129-10 (.928) record over his first seven years and has guided the Saints to three NCAA Division II National Championships (2014, 2015, and 2017). He currently holds the highest career winning percentage in program history, winning 92.8-percent of his games at Limestone, and has guided the Saints to seven straight Conference Carolinas Regular Season and Tournament Championship sweeps.