Edward Guerin

Edward Guerin Has Assisted And Instructed Many Lacrosse Players

Edward believes that working as a Lacrosse coach is an opportunity that helps in building strong relationships which further enables intensive program development, superior instruction and learning, and specific success measures. Edward Guerin is a talented Lacrosse coach who has played Lacrosse for different teams. His main focus is to teach a team oriented game, its fundamentals, and to improve athleticism and individual skills in a very competitive setting.

He is a very knowledgeable, skilled, passionate, and hardworking Lacrosse player as well as coach. As a player, Edward has helped many teams to win tournaments. A few years ago, he started giving his services as a camp counselor and an assistant coach in different renowned universities and Lacrosse camps. As a coach, he has worked with many privileged players of the game and has helped them to polish their skills and gaming techniques. Edwin has instructed and trained numerous athletes and scholarship receivers who have earned Under Armour, high school, and Academic All American honors.

He is also skilled in front rush recruiting software and Ga. In addition to this, Edward Guerin is licensed in CPR and First Aid as well. He has thorough knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Office, and Game Breaker Video Editing. Edward’s full acquaintance with NCAA Men’s Division ll Lacrosse Rules and Regulations have helped him to understand Lacrosse well and to become an expert of it.
In the year 2008, he enrolled in the Nassau Community College so as to acquire an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Science and General Studies and Humanities as well. As he was more interested in sports, so he received a BA degree in Sports Management from the Lenoir Rhyne University based in North Carolina.

In the year 2011, Edward Guerin guided Lacrosse players of the Lenoir Rhyne University as a camp counselor, and facilitated skilled development techniques while working with under 19 elite athletes. Presently, he is men’s assistant Lacrosse coach at the Lenoir Rhyne University, and is successfully coaching players so that they can learn and play the game effectively.