New England Track and Field Clinic

(MSTCA) Friday & Saturday March 18 & 19, 2022

2022 Clinic Brochure

For coaches who deferred their 2020 clinic payment to the (also cancelled) 2021 clinic, you may apply your payment to the 2022 clinic. Please consult the list below of deferred coaches:

Deferred Coaches List

If you are on the list and wish to confirm your 2022 attendance or request a refund of your 2020 payment, please reach out to MSTCA CFO, Jayson Sylvain at mstca.cfo@gmail.com by March 12, 2022.

Clinic Registration Link

The 47th Annual New England Track & Field Clinic will take place on March 18th and 19th in Marlboro, Massachusetts. This years clinic will move back to the Marlboro location at the Royal Plaza Best Western Hotel. The Annual clinic attracts High School Coaches from all around New England and it features some of the best clinicians in the country.

The feature clinician for 2022 will be Clyde Hart, who coached Micahael Johnson, Jeremy Wariner, and other US Olympians.

You may wish to stay overnight on Friday March 18,
2022 at the Marlborough Royal Plaza Best Western
Hotel in Marlborough. To help we have reserved a
limited amount of rooms at a discount rate. To obtain
this discount rate call the Marlborough Royal Plaza
Best Western Hotel at 508-460-0700 by March 3, 2022
and ask for the New England Track Clinic room discount, or directly at 508-879-7200, and mention that
you want the New England Track Clinic room discount.

Friday, March 18, 2022

3:30-8:00 Registration & Merchants

4:00-5:45 Pole Vault Certification

4:30-5:30 Wilson: Teaching Rotation for the Throws

4:30-5:45 Taylor/Miller: Building Your Team Digitally

6:00-7:15 Hart: Training The 200/400 Runner

6:00-7:15 K. Fleagle: Sports Psychology: Helping Athletes

6:00-7:15 Lasorsa: Javelin

7:30-8:45 Schexnayder: Coaching with a Short Season

7:30-8:45 O’Malley: XC Training

7:30-8:45 S. Fleagle: Long Jump

9:00-12:00 Coaches & Clinicians Social

Saturday, March 19, 2022

7:00-10:00 Registration

7:00-8:30 Clinic Breakfast (served till 8:30am)

8:00-9:15 O’Malley: 800m Training

8:00-9:15 S. Fleagle: Triple Jump

8:00-9:15 Wilson: Throwing the Hammer

9:30-10:45 Hart: Coaching Athletes To Their Best

9:30-10:45 Schexnayder: Cues to Improve Sprint Mechanics

9:30-10:45 Lasorsa: Slide to Rotation

11:00-12:15 Schexnayder: Hurdle Training

11:00-12:15 S. Fleagle: High Jump

11:00-12:15 HOKA/Marathon Sports TBA

12:20 MSTCA Members General Meeting

12:20-1:05 45 Minute Lunch Break

1:15-2:30 O’Malley: Coaching 1 & 2 Milers

1:15-2:30 Schexnayder: Cold Weather Coaching Adaptations

2:45-4:00 Hart: Relays 4x100, 4x200, 4x400

2:45-4:00 Lasorsa: Discus - The Throw

Lisa Wilson

Lisa Wilson


n: Lisa currently coaches throwers at Assumption College. She finished 5th at the 2021 US Olympic trials in the hammer, and has worked at many camps such as M-F Throws and Ironwood Throws camp. Lisa’s knowledge and enthusiasm can’t be missed!

Stephen Fleagle

Stephen Fleagle


Stephen currently serves as the jumps coach for Tufts University and will present sessions on the long, triple, and high jumps. He has also been the head coach at Luther College and an assistant coach at both the University of Chicago and Boston University. He has coached many national qualifying athletes to their personal bests

Rob Lasora

Rob Lasora


The former Olympic Throws and Elite USATF throws coach returns after a long absence. Rated many times as one of the best throws clinicians to speak at our NE Clinic, Rob’s presentations are down to earth, enjoyable and easy to understand for all. You have a question on the throws? Well no one can answer it better than Coach Lasorsa.

Kristin Fleagle

Kristin Fleagle


An assistant coach at Boston University and a sports psychologist counselor with over 250 clinical hours of experience. Sport Psychology is about gaining the mental edge in sport and performance through use of reflection, awareness, and growth through using various mental skills. Skills she will focus on are: Diaphragmatic Breathing, Imagery, and Mindfulness Practice.

Boo Schexnayder

Boo Schexnayder


Coaches have repeatedly asked for Boo’s return to speak on a variety of events. His sessions always contain drills and training tips to help develop your sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers. Boo is one of the best Track & Field clinicians in the world, and if you haven’t heard him before you will want to hear more when he is done. Boo is back!!

John O'Malley

John O'Malley


Coach O’Malley coaches Track & XC at Sandburg HS in the Chicago area. Known as one of the best 800m coaches in the US, as many of his mid-distance runners have won state and national titles. Best known for his boys’ 4 x 800m relay teams: national record holder at 7:37.36 and 32 different teams running sub-8:00. John is the only HS Coach to have coached 2 Footlocker XC Champions.

Clyde Hart

Clyde Hart


The legendary Baylor Head Coach makes his 1st ever speaking appearance in New England. His leadership has guided Baylor University Track & Field to monumental heights and to be known as “Quarter-Miler U”. Learn some of his secrets that have helped make some of his great track pupils such as Michael Johnson, Sanya Richards-Ross, and Jeremy Wariner achieve Olympic Gold.

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