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No More Ghost Man on First

December 19, 2014    1110 Views
No More Ghost Man of FirstAs kids we were creative and we found ways to make our various games work without the “coaching” of adults. Why isn't that happening today? Read More »

11 Essential Principles of Lacrosse Practice Planning

December 17, 2014    2095 Views
11 Essential Principles of Lacrosse Practice PlanningPlanning a lacrosse practice is more than just drills on paper. Use these 11 key concepts to help you build great practice plans. Read More »

It’s All About Perspective

December 16, 2014    755 Views
It’s All About PerspectiveThe job of all officials is to not let any other perspectives influence the focus on player safety and fairness. Our resident zebra uses a visual to demonstrate. Read More »

A Look Inside the “Hybrid” Youth Lacrosse Program

December 16, 2014    2955 Views
A Look Inside the “Hybrid” Youth Lacrosse ProgramWhat if we found a middle ground between developmental rec programs and select travel programs? Here’s a look at a successful “hybrid” youth lacrosse program. Read More »

USOC Report: The Formula for Developing Elite Athletes

December 11, 2014    8979 Views
USOC Report: The Formula for Developing Elite AthletesWhen developing players for maximum performance, what really pushes them to an elite level? Multiply the fun factor and add other sports to foster lacrosse stars. Read More »

Meatloaf Passing and Ground Ball Drill [Video]

December 10, 2014    3610 Views
Meatloaf Passing and Ground Ball DrillUse the Meatloaf Passing Drill to help your players improve passing and catching on the run with both hands, while involving your entire team. Read More »

How Does Intent Play Into Lacrosse Officiating?

December 9, 2014    1867 Views
How Does Intent Play Into Lacrosse Officiating?Our resident official explains why “He didn’t mean it” (intent) is an insufficient plea on the behalf of youth lacrosse players who commit penalties. Read More »

US Lacrosse-Funded ACL Injury Prevention Program to Grow in 2015

December 8, 2014    2649 Views
US Lacrosse ACL injury preventionACL injury prevention programs should have at least three critical elements: dynamic warm-up, lower body and core strengthening, and neuromuscular control. Read More »

Dom Starsia: A (Second) Letter to Lacrosse Parents

November 25, 2014    30304 Views
Dom Starsia: A (Second) Letter to Lacrosse ParentsUniversity of Virginia head coach Dom Starsia shares his thoughts on the role of club lacrosse in player development. Read More »

Saying More with Less Words

November 21, 2014    1779 Views
Saying More with Less WordsNow more than ever our student-athletes are engaged in the use of social media to communicate. How can you use Twitter-speak to get your point across? Read More »

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