Edward Guerin Has Trained Many Privileged Lacrosse Players
Edward Guerin Has Trained
Many Privileged Lacrosse
Edward Guerin is a passionate and experienced
Lacrosse coach with amazing sportsmanship abilities.
He is a member of the US Lacrosse organization. In
2008, Edward completed his schooling from William
T. Dwyer High School, Plam Beach County, Florida.
For higher studies, he went to Nassau Community
College, from where he pursued an Associates of Arts
(AA) degree in Liberal Arts and Science and General
Studies and Humanities.
In 2010, Guerin did graduation in Arts from the Lenoir
Rhyne University. He has worked with different
colleges and has played various roles there. Edward
Guerin was appointed as a Camp Counselor in
Xcelerate Lacrosse Camp, H3 Lacrosse Camp, and
Lenoir Rhyne University Bears Lacrosse Camp.
As a Camp Counselor his roles were:
1) Supervising instructional skill advancement at
midfield positions and directing fundamental drills as
well as stations
2) Guiding instructional skill development at attackman
positions and working closely with camp’s chief
3) Arranging business management requirements of the
4) Providing coaching to the 2012 camp championship
5) Facilitating skill development techniques with
youths and working with the best athletes of under 19
In addition to this, Guerin has also worked as assistant
coach at the Palm Beach Storm College and Men’s
Assistant Lacrosse coach at the Lenoir Rhyne University.
He used to coach players on the U-13 and U-19 teams while
he was working with the Palm Beach Storm College.
Guerin has also provided training
to various NCAA Division l, ll,
and lll scholarship receivers. He
has also trained privileged
athletes who have earned honors
in Academic All-American, high
school All-American, and Under
Edward Guerin has a huge set of responsibilities as a
Men’s Assistant Lacrosse Coach in the Lenoir Rhyne
University. He has managed the substitution box, the
offensive, and has helped players during conditioning
workouts and agility drills. Guiding midfielders and
attackman through dodging, shooting, and other
offensive methods were also the tasks he used to do
while coaching players.
He has been a great motivation for Lacrosse players.