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Late Bloomer Foley Now on Team USA

July 5, 2016    8290 Views
patrick foleyGritty Pat Foley didn't pick up a stick until his freshman year of high school, but he's proven to be a quick study.

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USA Women Set for Foreign Tour

June 27, 2016    3807 Views

Devon Wills

Today, the 24-player U.S. women's national team departs for a week-long tour in England, where Team USA will compete against England’s development and senior squads, plus Germany, Scotland, and Wales.

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Bernhardt's Football Mentality in a Lacrosse World

June 27, 2016    5080 Views
jared bernhardtTwo-sport star Jared Bernhardt carries on the family tradition. Read More »

Charm City Gets Taste of Victory

June 24, 2016    2951 Views
charm city youth lacrosseSeven years after its launch, Charm City Youth Lacrosse has accomplished many great things for its participants. Earlier this month it added one more accomplishment - its first tournament championship.

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From Hardship to Hope: A Lacrosse Journey

June 23, 2016    5561 Views

CityLax

The support of NYC’s CityLax program helps one high school student overcome obstacles to pursue her dreams. Read More »

Alive and Well: First Stick Success Stories

June 21, 2016    1284 Views

First Stick

High school teams from both coasts share First Stick success stories. Read More »

Something to Prove: Team USA's Alex Roesner

June 19, 2016    2736 Views
project playWith Team USA in a two-year slump, Alex Roesner and the U.S. U19 team look to regain gold for red, white and blue July 7-16 in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Read More »

College Players Earn Their Stripes

June 17, 2016    3436 Views
college officials courseUS Lacrosse and the IWLCA are working to help introduce college lacrosse players to opportunities as officials.

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US Lacrosse Has Allies in Reimagining Youth Sports

June 17, 2016    2710 Views
project playThe evaporation of recreational play, limited physical activity in low-income communities, concern about overuse and head injuries, the trend toward single-sport specialization and the lack of trained coaches were chief among topics May 17 at The Aspen Institute’s Project Play Summit in Washington, D.C.

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Building a Team Offense

June 16, 2016    4671 Views
building a team offenseWhat do you do first? Plan your strategy and try to make it work or evaluate your players and determine what your strategy should be? There’s an old saying something along the lines of “You can’t make chicken salad without chicken.” Keeping that in mind consider the following as you begin to plan for your next season: Who are my players? What skills do they possess?

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