Tim McGeeney On Lacrosse Goalie Success – LGR Episode 41
By Coach Damon on March 7, 2019
To say that goalie Tim McGeeney has had an illustrious goalie career is an extreme understatement.
He was an All-County, All-Metro, All-American and North/South lacrosse goalie at North County High School outside of Baltimore, MD. He was a 4-Year starter at Loyola University and was a 3-time All-American, 2-time team captain and 2-time team MVP.
In 2014, he was voted into the Loyola University Athletic Hall of Fame.
After college, he played profession lacrosse for the then Baltimore Bayhawks in the inaugural two years of the MLL. He was also a member of the U19 & under US Men’s National team for the US Men’s National Team in 1998
From a coaching perspective, he has experience at all levels. Currently, he is a Volunteer Assistant Coach for the Monmouth University Women’s Lacrosse program. Tim is also an advanced scout for the Florida Launch of the MLL.
In this goalie chat, we cover these goalie topics:
- The story of when he first started playing in goalie
- How he went about learning the position
- His advice for coaching goalies
- What the numbers 478-21-0 represent to Tim
- Teaching Acronyms – PSSR (positioning, set, see the ball, react)
- What he’s learned from the Stoics that helped him as a goalie
- How Coach Dave Cottle helped his game
- Why you’ve only got 1 bullet in the chamber
- What being a goalie taught him in his career as a wealth manager
- And much more…
- The Lax Goalie Rat Camp – The premier online camp for coaching lacrosse goalies. Everything you need to learn this position and take your goalie to the next level physically, mentally, and technically.
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