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National Youth Awards Nominations Due August 15

August 13, 2014    1287 Views
Youth Awards US LacrosseRecognize selfless contributors to the national growth of youth lacrosse from your community by nominating them for a US Lacrosse Youth Award. Read More »

Video Breakdown: New NFHS Stick Stringing Rules

August 12, 2014    4519 Views
New NFHS Stick Stringing RulesA look at the impact of the new NFHS stick stringing rules eliminating U and V strings, including a video breakdown from East Coast Dyes. Read More »

Now What? 3 Ways to Treat the Postseason Coaching Blues

August 12, 2014    996 Views
Postseason Coaching BluesReflection is an essential stage in the coaching cycle. Our resident coaching expert shares his offseason plan for treating the postseason blues. Read More »

Why 10,000 is the Most Dangerous Number in Sports

August 11, 2014    9035 Views
10,000 Hour RuleAs you plot your young athlete’s sports participation roadmap, drop the 10,000 Hour Rule and early specialization to best position your kid for success. Read More »

Have We Forgotten? Youth Athletes Aren’t Adult Athletes

August 7, 2014    4590 Views
Have We Forgotten? Youth Athletes Aren’t Adult AthletesIt’s a brave new world for youth lacrosse players. We as adults must remember that these are just kids playing a lacrosse game. Read More »

Press Out: Looking Back at the World Championship

July 28, 2014    1772 Views
World Lacrosse 2014 MediaWith a week to digest, here are some highlights of how the media covered the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship, presented by Trusted Choice. Read More »

Beat the Heat: Keeping Your Athletes Healthy This Summer

July 22, 2014    2112 Views
Beat the Heat: Keeping Athletes HealthyHydryation needs can vary from athlete to athlete. Make sure you’re armed with the information to keep players safe this summer. Read More »

A Deserving Award for Tina Sloan Green

July 11, 2014    470 Views

Tina Sloan Green

As the first black head coach in the history of women’s intercollegiate lacrosse, Tina was head coach of the Temple University women’s team from 1973-1992. During those years, she led the Owls to three national championships and 11 consecutive NCAA final four appearances. Read More »

McLaughlin: Something Unexpected Bound to Happen

July 4, 2014    909 Views
Corey McLaughlinLacrosse Magazine deputy editor Corey McLaughlin looks back on his two weeks in Finland for the 2012 FIL U19 World Championship, elements of which will shine again next week in Denver. Read More »

Merrill: Field Game Carries Unique Identity in Canada

July 3, 2014    3943 Views
Brodie MerrillFrom the July issue of Lacrosse Magazine, Team Canada defenseman Brodie Miller credits the late Chris Sanderson for helping to usher in the modern era of Canadians excelling in field lacrosse. Read More »

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