USA Rugby Coaching L300 Course: Northeast Academy, West Haven, CT – May 21-22

USA Rugby Coaching L300 Course: Northeast Academy, West Haven, CT – May 21-22


Northeast Academy Press Release: Ryan Trost, April 21, 2016

USA Rugby Coaching L300 Course; May 21 – 22, 2016, West Haven, CT

The Northeast Academy, in partnership with the University of New Haven Women’s Rugby Club, will host a USA Rugby Level 300 Coaching Clinic on the weekend of May 21, 2016. The two day course will focus on advancing tactical game plans and technical skill development. The highest certification offered by USA Rugby’s development model, the course is designed to prepare coaches for the rigorous standards of top level competition in the US and worldwide.

“The Northeast Academy has a great track record for developing top talent in the region. We also want to focus on developing the next generation of coaches in our region,” said Sean Horan, Executive Director of the Northeast Academy. The Academy’s initiative for giving back to the rugby communities in the Northeast begins anew this spring. “Offering courses such as the Level 300 and implementing a coach mentor and shadowing program are great opportunities for area coaches to springboard themselves to the next level.”

Interested coaches can register for the course at the link provided below. Prerequisites, pricing, location details and contact information for the course are included in the summary therein.

Northeast Academy

The Northeast Academy, with training squads in New York City and Boston, is a National Development Academy that has been sanctioned by USA Rugby as the official Academy (Men & Women) in the Northeast of America and as a designated pathway to the USA Eagles National Team selection. The purpose of the Academy is to identify, develop and prepare Sevens rugby players with the intention of placing ambitious athletes onto the USA National teams and future USA Olympic teams. The Academy will provide athletes with top level coaching, physical preparation, and playing competition to accelerate their personal development as Sevens players in line with current USA Eagles High Performance criteria.

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