Learning to string your own stick in lacrosse is one of the most valuable skills that you can pick up! By stringing your own stick, you will know how and why your stick works the way it does and how to fix it when it is throwing poorly. You will know you can rely on your stick at all times! In this DVD, lacrosse star Trevor Tierney will teach you to string a mesh pocket. Mesh pockets are the easiest to string however, they have many little intricacies that can affect the performance of the pocket. Tierney learned to string sticks when he was eight years old and has learned tips and tricks from all his heroes, who are some of the greatest lacrosse players of all time. Let Tierney pass this knowledge on to you, so you can become the next great stick doctor for yourself, friends and teammates!
Tierney, goalie for the Denver Outlaws and Team USA, has won at every level in lacrosse. Tierney is the only goalie in the history of the game to win a National Championship (1998, 2001) in college at Princeton University, a World Championship for Team USA (2002), and a MLL Championship (2005) with the Baltimore Bayhawks. His experience in and around the game is second to none. Trevor is also the son of Coach Bill Tierney, head coach of Princeton University.