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What a Great Youth Lacrosse Game Looks Like (And Doesn’t)

August 10, 2015    6328 Views
What a Great Youth Lacrosse Game Looks Like (And Doesn’t)Even within one day of tournament play, it’s easy to spot a good youth lacrosse game from a bad one. Our resident official explores some of the telltale signs. Read More »

A Rule Maker’s Explanation for Shooting Space in Women’s Lacrosse

August 4, 2015    7940 Views
Shooting SpaceA member of the NFHS and USL rules committees provides a justification for the current obstruction of free space rule in women's lacrosse. Read More »

Youth to High School Lacrosse: 11 Tips for Making the Transition

July 29, 2015    7114 Views
Youth to High School Lacrosse: 11 Tips for Making the TransitionThe difference between youth and high school lacrosse can be dramatic, eye opening and stressful. Here’s some advice for players looking to make the jump. Read More »

10 Questions to Help Evaluate Your Child’s Lacrosse Camp Experience

July 17, 2015    3166 Views
Summer CampThese questions can help you to understand if your child had meaningful summer exposure to the sport. Read More »

Ask Team USA: What’s Your Go-To Pregame Meal?

July 9, 2015    3870 Views
Ask Team USA: What's Your Go-To Pregame Meal?How do the top players in the country fuel up before game time? We asked the U.S. Women’s Under-19 National Team to share their go-to pregame meal or snack. Read More »

Hydration for Lacrosse Players: What You Need to Know

July 8, 2015    7845 Views
Hydration for Lacrosse Players: What You Need to KnowStaying hydrated is one of the most important things a lacrosse player—or any athlete—can do to maintain performance. Download our free hydration guide. Read More »

The Top 10 Lessons My Lacrosse Team Taught Me This Season

June 2, 2015    5717 Views
The Top 10 Lessons My Lacrosse Team Taught Me This Season Quite often as coaches, we ask our players for feedback on what they've learned. Here’s one coach’s take on 10 things he’s learned from his players this spring. Read More »

How to Protect the Rock with NCAA Tournament MVP Wes Berg

May 27, 2015    3424 Views
How to Protect the Rock with NCAA Tournament MVP Wes Berg Denver’s newly minted NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player, Wesley Berg, explains when to go one-handed in the spirit of ball security. Read More »

The Top Three Most Misunderstood Youth Boys Lacrosse Rules

May 21, 2015    17527 Views
The Top Three Most Misunderstood Youth Boys Lacrosse Rules Offside, slashing and holding are three of the most commonly misunderstood rules in boys youth lacrosse. Our resident official breaks down how they really work. Read More »

5 Reasons Why Fundamentals Equal Wins in Youth Lacrosse

May 14, 2015    5975 Views
5 Reasons Why Fundamentals Equal Wins in Youth Lacrosse Feeling overwhelmed as a new youth lacrosse coach? When in doubt, stay grounded in fundamentals. Here are five reasons why fundamentals translate to wins. Read More »