Quintessential Lacrosse: Lars Tiffany (Virginia Lacrosse)
Lacrosse All Stars Podcast Network
One of the best characters in all of lacrosse, Coach Lars Tiffany is not only a great coach but is also considered one of the best people in the lacrosse landscape. He's to humble to talk about his achievements but we've listed his coaching record below. Listen in as Quint and Lars talk about lacrosse, life, and leadership. Career as Head Coach UVA Totals: 67-26, 2 NCAA titles, 4 NCAA appearances Brown Totals: 95-56, 3 NCAA appearances Stony Brook Totals:18-13--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lax-all-stars/message
Lars Tiffany, Head Men's Lacrosse Coach, University of Virginia
Contacts Coaching Podcast
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Mark and Wes give an update on the ACC baseball division and homerun races. Lars Tiffany, Virginia Men’s Lacrosse joins the show to talk about Virginia’s postseason run. Mark and Wes continue their conversation on the NCAA CFB initial counter rule change and the PAC-12 Championship changes. To wrap up the show, Mark and Wes discuss Syracuse and JMA Wireless announcing a naming rights partnership. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
3/18 D-Fly & Dixie: The Showdown with Lars Tiffany and John Tillman
Inside Lacrosse Podcasts
What a week to be alive! With a No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown looming, the guys went the extra mile for the listeners. Not only does IL Editor-in-Chief Matt Kinnear sit in with D-Fly and Dixie to preview the biggest weekend of the 2022 season, but Dixie interviews BOTH Lars Tiffany and John Tillman as they prepare for the showdown and discuss their teams. Maryland-Virginia is hardly the only delicious game this weekend, as four other Top 20 matchups populate the schedule on Saturday, including three Ivy League openers with ranked teams squaring off. There are so many other intriguing games up and down the DI schedule. WEEKEND PREVIEWS No. 1 Maryland (6-0) vs. No. 2 Virginia (6-0), Audi Field, 3 p.m. B1G No. 19 Michigan (7-1) at No. 16 Notre Dame (1-3), noon No. 11 Yale (3-1) at No. 4 Cornell (5-0), noon No. 15 Brown (5-1) at No. 17 Harvard (3-1), 1 p.m. No. 6 Penn (3-1) at No. 3 Princeton (4-1), 1 p.m. They guys also talk a little Fantasy Lacrosse on InsideLacrosse.com. Matt sheds some light on how decisions are made as to which players to include in any contest, as well as the all-important question of how dollar values are assigned to players. They also reveal their picks for Saturday’s DI contest. In this week’s March Madness-inspired Give & Go, the guys give their predictions for the Final Four. And as you would expect, a few of these experts’ Final Four locks have already been eliminated on the tournament’s first day.
Phi - Lacrosse - Ophy Podcast Season 4, Ep. 15 - Virginia Head Coach Lars Tiffany
In this podcast, Jamie talks to Virginia Head Coach Lars Tiffany about being a back to back National Champion, not resting on their laurels, their depth, what book his team is reading right now, how he recreates game-like situations in practice while making sure his offensive players don't get injured, why he should blow his whistle less in practice, the value of filming practice, pressuring behind the goal, and more!
Lars Tiffany is the Head Coach of the University of Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Program. They have won back-to-back National Championships. Lars has also spent time coaching at his alma mater, Brown University, which is where he played and had a great career. He coached at Brown from 2007-2016 and then took the leap to the University of Virginia, which is a storied lacrosse program, in 2017. He led Brown to 3 Ivy League Championships. In this episode, we discuss life for Lars as a kid (6:54), where his dad’s desire to be in the restaurant industry came from (7:51), if he was involved in the restaurant himself (11:41), why he became a vegetarian when he was the son of a steak house owner (13:37), his dad’s reaction to saying he would become a vegetarian (14:24), if his family ever served bison (18:01), vegetarians in sports (19:00), protein (21:51), losing his father (25:22), if he’s religious (29:19), his dad’s funeral (30:18), misconceptions about lacrosse (34:21), when lacrosse became a private school thing (39:19), winning his first National Championship (43:34), the differences in leading and creating a strong culture in a pandemic and in normal times (47:11), if his experience in 2019 or 2021 is more reflective of his life and journey (52:28), his pregame routine and if it’s the same as when he was a player (53:53), what book he has his whole team reading for next season (1:00:02), leadership and captainship (1:04:27), if he was a leader as a player (1:05:02), what it means to be a man (1:11:10), how fatherhood has impacted him as a coach (1:13:50), his mission statement (1:17:14), what he does to continue to grow (1:21:14), where he sees himself in the next 10 years (1:24:29). Thank you so much to Lars for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
Phi - Lacrosse - Ophy Podcast Season 3, Ep. 41 Virginia Head Coach Lars Tiffany
IN this podcast, Jamie talks to Virginia Head Coach Lars Tiffany about the defensive midifeld position and hip turn vs drop steps, his defensive principles, air reps, offensive principles, the 3 pillars that he uses to assess a college lacrosse team, and recruiting.
Phi-Lacrosse-ophy Podcast Ep. 74 with Virginia Head Coach Lars Tiffany
In this podcast, recorded for a Facebook Live event on March 15, 2020, Jamie talks to Virginia Head Coach Lars Tiffany about 2020 UVA Lacrosse, what can we do better, losing to Brown and schedulingNCAA RPI and using a more sophisticated formula, UVA and two big announcements, NCAA Eligibility and what it means moving forward,Getting better, social distancing and recruiting