COACHES

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Drew Stevenson

Founder/Head Coach, COSMO Lacrosse

 

Founder/Head Strength Coach, LRN 2 Move
 

Middle & High School, Physical Education Instructor

Monument Academy - East Campus
2019 - 2022

 

Head/Asst. Coach, Lewis-Palmer High School

2017 - 2019

Head Coach, Concordia University Chicago

2014 - 2016

Head Coach, Robert Morris University (IL)

2012 - 2014

Head Coach, Saint Ignatius College Prep (IL)
State Title Appearances ('08, '09)

2004 - 2011

Strength Coach, Chicago Machine (MLL)

2008 - 2009

Coach, The Goalie School ('07, '15)

Four Year Letterman, Roanoke College '97

2 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Master of Science in Recreation & Sport Sciences

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist 

National Strength & Conditioning Association

USA Weightlifting Level 1 Certified

Proud Lancer from Lafayette High School (NY)
 

Coach Stevenson has 20 years of head coaching and program administration experience and was most recently Middle and High School Physical Education instructor at Monument Academy - East Campus. Prior to moving to Colorado he was an NCAA Division III and NAIA/MCLA Head Coach, founded his own youth lacrosse program in Chicago and has been a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2006 and USA Weight Lifting Level 1 certified since 2018.

Stevenson has coached more than 60 collegiate and high school all conference players, lead Saint Ignatius College Prep (IL) to the 2009 Class B State Title, and regularly works with all ages and skill levels of lacrosse players. Most recently, with the help of fellow COSMO coach, Ben Holstein, 

launched the Lynx Lacrosse Club at Monument Academy - East Campus. 

As a long time lacrosse and strength coach, some of the best players he has seen play the game have been multi-sport athletes. With lacrosse encompassing so many tactical and technical skills included in other sports, he believes that youth through high school players are best served experiencing multiple sports. Equally important as playing multiple sports he stresses physical literacy through strength and conditioning allowing athletes to better understand what they can do to help themselves be their best.

Additionally, Stevenson is the Owner and Head Strength Coach for 

LRN 2 Move.