MENLO PARK, CA — Learn To Win, a leading provider of dynamic learning tools for many athletic organizations, is pleased to announce a new partnership with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Men’s Lacrosse team. The Tar Heels lead the way as Learn to Win’s first Division I Men’s Lacrosse partnership, though they join North Carolina’s Football and Men’s Basketball teams as Learn to Win partners.
UNC Men’s Lacrosse Associate Head Coach & Offensive Coordinator David Metzbower had this to say about the new partnership:
“The Learn to Win platform offers it all. We used this technology during our time away from players. Our guys were more prepared than ever prior to stepping on the field. This enabled our staff to teach our players faster with the utilization of playbooks, quizzes, and scouting reports.
Now that we have used Learn to Win, I cannot see UNC Men’s Lacrosse educating our players any other way. It is their preferred way to learn.
I would recommend Learn to Win to any coach that wants to see their program be successful.”
– Coach Metzbower
Learn to Win is proud to partner with another high-performing UNC-Chapel Hill athletic program. “We’re excited to build our partnership with UNC-Chapel Hill and work with such an amazing lacrosse program,” said Learn to Win co-founder Sasha Seymore. “Coach Metzbower and his staff are incredible, and we’re excited to help their team succeed.”
In addition to athletic training, Learn to Win has partnered with the U.S. Air Force and Navy and is a leading innovator in high performance mental training technology. Learn to Win partners with other top programs like Michigan, Michigan State, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Baylor.
About Learn to Win:
Learn to Win is an interactive, mobile-first microlearning platform that enables teams and organizations to learn more material, faster and more efficiently. Founded in 2018 by a team of Stanford graduate students, the company’s unique learning approach has transformed the training experience for athletic programs, the US military, and enterprise organizations.