The goal of E33LAX is to honor my son Evan, and perpetuate his memory by passing on to others what I taught him from lessons I learned from my coaches and game experience.
I grew up in New York, just south of Rochester, where I learned to play this game at an early age. I played attack in the 70's for Penn Yan Academy under the tutelage of two time All American Hobart attackman Herb Fitch. I then went on to play attack at SUNY-Cortland under Chuck Winters who led the Red Dragons to two national championships. I have played in various club programs over the years, but did not get back into the game seriously until I had children, where I had an opportunity to teach by example the skills I learned in my youth as well as my love of the game itself.
Honor, Respect for Oneself, Awareness of Others, Courtesy, Integrity - these are all principles that I hope to pass on to participants in these clinics.
All clinics are focused on training basic stick skills: Passing, Catching, Shooting/Finishing.