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Boston Cannons Serve as Adaptive Coaches

May 26, 2016    2437 Views


Cape Ann adaptive players received tips from some special guest coaches at one of their recent practices. Read More »

UWLX: A Chance to Leave a Legacy

May 25, 2016    4010 Views
Liz HoganTeam USA's Liz Hogan was a first-round pick of the Boston Storm in the inaugural United Women's Lacrosse League (UWLX) draft. She writes about the opportunity that the new pro league brings to women's lacrosse. Read More »

Can the Ball Make the Game Safer?

May 18, 2016    9016 Views
lacrosse ballsAn often-overlooked piece of equipment related to safety is the actual lacrosse ball. Original research in 2005 by Trey Crisco, a member of the US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee, led to the development of a NOCSAE ball standard. In 2014, the NOCSAE standard became required for all games using NCAA/NFHS/USL rules. Now, the ball could be getting even safer. Read More »

Brain Targeted Teaching for Coaches: Evaluating Learning

May 17, 2016    1598 Views
Evaluating LearningAs coaches we are constantly evaluating athletes either formally or informally. They real key for an evaluation contributing to learning comes in what we do with the information we gain from the evaluations. Read More »

Video Addresses Early Recruiting

May 12, 2016    4040 Views
kerstin kimelUS Lacrosse helped produce a new video for the IWLCA which features interviews with coaches, players, administrators and medical experts on the issues surrounding early recruiting. Read More »

Farewell Old Friend

May 12, 2016    4439 Views
USL staff photoAfter a quarter century of service to the sport, the US Lacrosse headquarters at 113 West University Parkway in Baltimore will soon be no more. The building, opened in 1991 for the Lacrosse Foundation (one of the organizations that merged to form US Lacrosse), has been a firsthand witness to the growth of the sport. Read More »

The Fastest Game on Two Wheels

May 11, 2016    10252 Views

Wheelchair Lacrosse USA

Wheelchair Lacrosse provides players who have suffered spinal cord injuries with a chance to compete in a team sport. Read More »

Stringing and Strategy: Making Them Intersect

May 10, 2016    5879 Views
Boyle Stringing BlogIf you could become an expert in only one of the following, which would it be: stringing a stick or diagramming X’s and O’s? A coach that understands how moving parts intersect is poised for success. Read More »

10 Reasons Coaching Will Improve Your Life

May 5, 2016    7495 Views
Coaching BlogHave you been hesitant to coach? Don't be. At the end of the season – you’ll never be the same. You will be a better, more enlightened and more passionate human being. Read More »

Nearly 5,000 Participate in Coaching Clinics

May 3, 2016    2437 Views
Coaching ClinicNearly 5,000 people participated in 98 US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program instructional clinics in this year's "clinic season." Read More »