3 Lacrosse Tutors Found Near Savannah, GA



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Robert M.

Lacrosse Tutor

Marietta, GA 30062

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Elementary Coach/Teacher

I have coached high school lacrosse for boys for 2 years. I also was an assistant girl's lacrosse coach for 1 yr. I coached middle school boys lacrosse for 2 years. I also was taught how to play lacrosse by my uncle who is inducted in the hall of fame at the University of Virginia. Hi, I have been working with young children as a swim coach and teacher for 10 years. I hold a master's degree and certification in elementary grades. Through my years of teaching, coaching, and teaching swim lessons I feel I have a knack for working with children one-on-one or small group settings. I offer many way [more]


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Leslie R.

Lacrosse Tutor

Summerville, SC 29483

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Veteran Educator in Biology, ESL, Reading, and History

I played division III women lacrosse and coached girls youth lacrosse in North Carolina for 15+ years. I believe with a little positive nudge success breeds success. I want my students to capitalize on their strengths and apply successes to the areas that need help. Everyone has their own learning style and pace; figuring out what motivates and works is half the battle. I am an experienced at teaching: AP Biology, Earth Science, European History, American History, and Classical History, as well as, reading and writing composition. I hold a MA in European History with and emphasis in the classi [more]


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Eugene P.

Lacrosse Tutor

Augusta, GA 30909

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

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Broad Spectrum of Experience

Played amatuer field club Larosse in Los Angeles the first year a quasi league was established. I played for three years. The penalties for rules violations range from 2 minutes with the team a man short, to expulsion from the contest for fighting or malicious use of the stick on an opponent The sticks range from short for the attackers to longer for defensemen. There are 10 men per side. The game begins with a "face-off" in which a player from each team tries to gain control of the ball. The stick used to be made of wood with a leather pocket or basket on one end. The goalie had a larger st [more]