INSIDE YOUNG HARRIS COLLEGE LACROSSE by Christine Hatton & Michael Herring
4 Sessions, Fridays, January 21 – February 18, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
No Special Requirements other than COVID guidelines.
No Class on January 28
Currently one of the more up-and-coming sports in collegiate athletics is Lacrosse. In this 4 session course, Young Harris Coach Christine Hatton and Coach Michael Herring will break the game down into bite-size pieces so we will all understand what is going on come game time. They will introduce their current roster of players and discuss their prospects for the coming season. If you have children or grandchildren who are playing lacrosse, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to understand their game.
Christine Hatton begins her first year as the head coach of the Young Harris College women's lacrosse program. Hatton comes to Young Harris after serving the past five seasons as head coach at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, where she built the program from the ground up.
A Conyers, Georgia, native who played her prep lacrosse at Rockdale County High School, Hatton played for Tennessee Wesleyan College while earning her bachelor's in exercise and sports sciences. As a three-year letterwinner at TWC, Hatton was part of a squad that had reached the NWLL championship game in 2011.
Michael Herring begins his first season as head coach of the Young Harris College men's lacrosse program. Herring comes to the Enchanted Valley after spending the past three seasons as head coach of the boys lacrosse team at the Blue Ridge School in St. George, Virginia.
Herring also was named coach of New England Select Lacrosse League Black Team for U.S. Lacrosse U15 National Championship where his team advanced to the semifinals in 2009 and came in third place a year later. He also served as coach of the NESLL Black Team at every age level from U11 to U19 for eight seasons (2003-11).
Herring was a two-year letterwinner in men’s lacrosse at Dartmouth, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in economics in 1991.