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Brock Livingston, Owner & Head Trainer

Livingston brings the heat as local area youngsters look on!

With over 26 years of playing and coaching experience, Brock Livingston brings his East Coast Lacrosse expertise to the West Coast. Livingston specializes in creating speed training and strength conditioning specific to Lacrosse athletes.  His camps, clinics, teams and individual sessions are informative, focused, challenging and unique to area.

Born and raised in Burke, Va, Livingston was an All American Attack at Robinson High School. At Farmingdale State College, Livingston was a two-time JUCO All American whose shot was clocked at over 100 mph.  Livingston played his junior and senior year at the University of Delaware , where he was leading scorer his senior year. Livingston went on to play two years in the NLL for the Baltimore Thunder and one year in the MLL with the Bridgeport Barrage. In addition to his collegiate career, Livingston played in 3 North South games and was invited to try out for the World Team in 2005.

Livingston spent four years coaching at his high school alma mater, Robinson, before joining the coaching staff at Farmingdale University as Assistant Offensive Coordinator with special attention to shooting mechanics.  With a move to the West Coast in 2008, Livingston found Lacrosse to be one of the fastest growing sports in Los Angeles and settled in at Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, Ca where he is currently an Academic Counselor, Head Lacrosse Coach, 2013 Mission League Champion and 2015 Los Angeles County Coach of the Year.

In addition to his coaching and playing experience, Livingston is certified in speed and agility training, specializes in strength conditioning,  and holds a degree in Kinesiology from CSUN in Northridge, CA.

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Goose, VP Ball Chasing and Retrieval, 2004-2016

Like Livingston, Goose was born and raised in Northern Va. At the age of 4, he too became eager to move West and experience the sun and sand.  Although Goose’s career as long pole middie was short-lived, mostly due to his inability to move the ball up field, his love of the game more than makes up for his limited playing experience. Whether it was sunning himself on the field between quarters or accepting belly rubs after a good game, his passion for Lacrosse was unmatched. When not watching lacrosse, Goose was often found on the couch, near his food bowl or in his backyard rolling around in the newly planted grass. Although, he is no longer with us, his love of the game lives on in all of us.

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