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A great chance to learn from the former head coach of the Canadian women's national team!

The Coaches Site is excited to announce a new live webinar series, Finding the Details with Laura Schuler.

Every other week, the former Canadian women’s national team head coach will be breaking down the key details and habits that are critical to creating consistency in your team’s play and ultimately, success within your programs.

The video-based presentation will allow you, the viewer, to ask questions directly to Laura as she explains specific tactics, systems, or skills.

Laura is currently in her 19th season in the NCAA and is serving as a high-performance coach advisor to the Quinnipiac Bobcat’s Women’s Program. In addition to her NCAA coaching duties, she also served as the head coach of the Canadian women’s national team from 2015 to 2018, which included a silver medal finish in the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Laura also spent time as the head coach of the Canadian U18 and U22 Development programs from 2010 to 2014, earning three gold medals and a silver in international play.

The webinar series will be exclusively available to The Coaches Site members.

The first live session will take place on November 25. All TCS members will receive an email two days earlier, on November 23, with instructions on how to sign up. To attend live, all you’ll need to do is fill out the registration form and you will receive an exclusive link to attend.

Can’t attend the Webinar live? All of Laura’s presentations will be available on the TCS website for members.

Stay tuned for more details!

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