I am a USL Level 3 certified high school and youth girls lacrosse coach and have five daughters that play. As a coach and program director in an area where lacrosse is still new to most parents and players, I often have to provide information that might otherwise be taken for granted, such as what to buy for instance.
To help the parents, I started writing up single documents and emails on equipment recommendations, rule interpretations, positions, and such. As the material volume began to grow it just became easier to publish it publicly and direct parents to this website for repetitive answers.
And thus creaseroll.com was born. It’s purpose is primarily to meet the aforementioned needs and if you are reading this hopefully you can find some value here.
Thanks for reading.
Training and Credentials
Current – US Level 3 Coach Certification (2016-2018) Description and Requirements
Women’s Level 1 Coaching Course
Women’s Game Coaching Education Level 1 Clinic
Women’s Level 2 Coaching Course
Women’s Game Coaching Education Level 2 Clinic
Women’s Game Coaching Education Level 3 Clinic
Positive Coaching Alliance Double Goal Coach 1
Positive Coaching Alliance Double Goal Coach 2
Women’s Officiating Rules and Penalties Course
Gold Medal Coaching with US Olympic Committee Director of Coaching Chris Snyder
NFHS Concussion in Sports Course (National Federation of State High School Associations)
Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM) with TJ Buchanan US Lacrosse
NFHS NCAA Eligibility Course (National Federation of State High School Associations)
NFHS Sports Nutrition Course (National Federation of State High School Associations)
Implementation of the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM) US Lacrosse
Understanding the Windows of Trainability in Girls Lacrosse (LADM) US Lacrosse
US Lacrosse LaxPrep – Lower Extremity Injury Prevention Training
Developing Disciplined Defenders with Janine Tucker, Head Coach Johns Hopkins (Credited)
Field Drills with Dee Stephan (Credited)
Rules Interpretation with Lissa Fickert, US Lacrosse Rules Chair (Credited)
Play More to Play Better – The Value of Multi-Sport Participation with Reed Maltbie from Changing the Game Project
US Lacrosse Convention Misc. Field and Classroom Sessions (2014, 2015, 2016)