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Opening the Door to Diversity

April 15, 2014    2215 Views
Opening the door to diversityUS Lacrosse unveils new Best Practices Guidebook and Tool Kit to assist diversity and inclusion efforts for lacrosse leagues and organizations. Read More »

Just Say Yes

April 1, 2014    3624 Views
Just Say YesWhen it comes to support your child’s lacrosse coach and team this season, take a “just say yes” approach, says Brian Logue. Read More »

Take the Pledge to Compete with Class

March 26, 2014    2478 Views
Take the Pledge to Compete with ClassJoin US Lacrosse in pledging to “Compete with Class” and “Honor the Game” this season. Read More »

Youth Lacrosse is Not a Zero-Sum Game

March 18, 2014    2838 Views
Youth Lacrosse is not a Zero-Sum GameGordon Corsetti suggests way for opposing coaches to find common ground, and offers a ‘Hippocratic Oath’ for youth lacrosse coaches. Read More »

Should Leagues Require Officials to Work Scrimmages?

March 17, 2014    1481 Views
Should leagues require officials to work scrimmagesDirector of Health and Sport Safety Bruce Griffin weighs in on whether youth leagues should mandate officials be present for preseason scrimmages. Read More »

College Lacrosse Coaches Sound Off on Multi-Sport Participation

March 12, 2014    53162 Views
Multi-Sport ParticipationWe asked five college coaches what sports their kids play, and how it has benefitted their overall youth or high school sports experience. Read More »

Beware the Burnout Factor in Youth Lacrosse

March 12, 2014    5645 Views
Beware of the Burnout Factor, Youth LacrosseDr. Richard Ginsburg of the US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee offers suggestions to help your child avoid the burnout factor in youth lacrosse. Read More »

A College Coach’s Advice on Supporting Your Kid’s Team in a Positive Fashion

March 11, 2014    9836 Views
Supporting your kids team in a positive fashionJohns Hopkins women’s coach Janine Tucker offers tips for parents to engage positively in their child’s lacrosse experience. Read More »

4 Best Practices for Respecting Boundaries as a Parent-Coach

March 10, 2014    4899 Views
4 best practices for respecting boundariesCoaching your child’s team can be tricky. Here are some tips for doubling as parents and coaches. Read More »

Ask the Right Questions, Particularly on the Car Ride Home

March 7, 2014    7540 Views
Ask the right questions, particularly in the carPositive Coaching Alliance’s Jim Thompson offers postgame-friendly questions for the car ride home. Read More »

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