The clinics will be held on October 4-6, 2013. Andrew will cover various subjects from Advanced Handling to Offensive and Defensive Philosophies.
There will be two distinct registration periods:
Cost of the clinics
Questions? Contact the OCUA Competitive Teams Alliance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MORE ABOUT ANDREW LUGSDIN
Andrew began his ultimate career in Ottawa, and was a key member of the Ottawa waX teams that won National titles in 1993 and 1994. Upon moving to the West Coast, Andrew played with Seattle Sockeye, an early version of Furious George, and when he finally settled in Vancouver in 1997, he committed fully to Furious.
Since that time, Andrew has won another 5 Canadian Ultimate Championship titles, 3 UPA titles, 2 World Ultimate and Guts Championship titles, and another World Ultimate Championships title.
WaX @ the 2006 No Borders Tournament (Photo: Mike Reade)
He was a dominant lane cutter, often drawing the opposition’s best defender, and could still get open almost at will. His height and speed made him a deep threat, and his handling ability made him a threat with the disc. He was also an elite defender, fully capable of shutting down the opposition’s most dangerous player. He was a vocal and passionate leader and coach, often willing his team to win when all hope seemed lost. He was the most important player on the best team in Canada (and for a while, the World) for many years.
He currently resides in Vancouver and is the Coach and General Manager of the Vancouver Nighthawks of Major League Ultimate.
"Some people have asked: “What makes Andrew Lugsdin so dangerous?” Whether it is through individual play, or through motivation, he can convince a team that is down 13-8 in a game to 15 that “we got this.” He can convince a dejected teammate who has been struggling, that the past doesn’t matter. That we can decide here and now, in this huddle, that we can go win if we want to. Andrew Lugsdin is a beast for unstoppably doing what the team needed – whether it was a stern talking to, for defining what is acceptable to be “elite”, or getting down and dirty with goals, assists and blocks." - Nick Menzies, Furious George blog
Andrew might be the among most decorated Ultimate players in the world, certainly in Canada, with