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Hey Coach, You Forgot Crotch Rot

Hey Coach, You Forgot Crouch Rot

Crotch rot is that feeling you get down there that is probably similar to fire ants marching on your eyes. It doesn’t matter how slow you walk, you’re still going to fall victim to it. Read More…

Posted in: D1, High School

Notre Dame Lacrosse, The Walls of Arlotta Parts 1-4

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The show follows Irish coach Kevin Corrigan and his 2012 Notre Dame squad from a March 10 overtime win at Hofstra through the BIG EAST season-opening win over Rutgers on March 25—including footage of Irish wins over Denver (in three overtimes) and Ohio State. It also features plenty of looks away from the lacrosse field, including a team visit to New York City during its road trip to play at Hofstra. Read More…

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Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse “Cylinder” Drill (Video)

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Irish Assistant Coach Gerry Byrne talks about the “Cylinder” Defensive Drill. One of the techniques they have been focusing on with their D/DM/LSM is the classic BALL-YOU-MAN triangle concept. Enjoy the video and see if you can implement it into your practice. Read More…

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Gerry Byrne Named National Assistant Coach Of The Year

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – University of Notre Dame men’s lacrosse assistant coach Gerry Byrne recently was named the 2011 Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) National Assistant Coach of the Year for NCAA Division I. The award was presented during IMLCA Convention in Baltimore, Md. Byrne instructed a Fighting Irish defense that finished the 2011 season ranked second nationally by allowing just 6.57 goals per game. The Irish held their opponents to seven goals or fewer 10 times during the 2011 campaign. Read More…

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Lax School Q&A with Notre Dame’s Gerry Byrne

Dean of students Bill Daye sits down with Gerry Byrne, who is the Assistant Coach for Notre Dame. Byrne explains the nuances of a defenseman and what he looks for in an athlete. Keep Reading…

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