DURHAM, N.C.—The first edition of the 2018 Duke Men’s Lacrosse Coaching Clinics is available to watch on archives. The 90-plus minute clinic covers everything from developing team standards to individual offense techniques.
In the first clinic it was head coach John Danowski and Matt Danowski doing the leg work. They both discussed the program’s ideas behind their team standards as well as effective communication techniques with student-athletes.
As they got more into the on-the-field lacrosse piece, the pair covered fundamentals and the importance of establishing your base. They emphasized simplifying the game for players at all levels, which includes basic drills on catching and passing.
The clinic ends with basic offense techniques and drills to help teach them. These drills are ones Duke does daily in the fall and are for any level overall, with minor modifications necessary at times.
The November clinic is set for Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m.