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Why Lacrosse Midfielders Need to Play With Both Hands [Video]

May 13, 2015    6756 Views
Why Lacrosse Midfielders Need Both Hands [Video] As part of his US Lacrosse Convention session, three-time Team USA midfielder Matt Striebel shares why it’s critical for lacrosse midfielders to be able to play with both hands. Read More »

3 Ways to Grip Your Lacrosse Stick (and When to Use Them)

May 13, 2015    13553 Views
3 Ways to Grip Your Lacrosse Stick (and When to Use Them) Gripping your stick properly is a key building block for lacrosse success. Here are three ways to do it, and the situations in which you should apply each of them. Read More »

Why You Should Let All the Kids Play When It Matters

May 11, 2015    6903 Views
Why You Should Let All the Kids Play—When It Matters Shouldn’t part of youth sports be giving kids the opportunity to take the last shot, to try and win a key faceoff, or to be on the field at the end of the game? Read More »

Next Player Up! How to Develop Depth on Your Lacrosse Team

May 8, 2015    4124 Views
Next Player Up! How to Develop Depth on Your Lacrosse Team What can you do to build a roster that’s deep enough to get you through hard times? Here are four tips to help you develop your “next player up” strategy. Read More »

How to Build an Effective Youth Lacrosse Code of Conduct

May 6, 2015    3566 Views
How to Build an Effective Youth Lacrosse Code of Conduct Does your youth lacrosse program struggle with sideline behavior? Here are eight considerations to take into account when putting together a code of conduct. Read More »

Advice from a College Coach: Northwestern’s Kelly Amonte Hiller

May 5, 2015    4542 Views
Advice from a College Coach: Northwestern’s Kelly Amonte Hiller Five-time IWLCA National Coach of the Year Kelly Amonte Hiller of Northwestern University offers her tips for lacrosse coaching development. Read More »

Why You Should “Go Small” With Your Lacrosse Drills

May 4, 2015    5716 Views
Why You Should “Go Small” With Your Lacrosse Drills Three-time Team USA midfielder Matt Striebel shares the advantages of breaking up the monotony of lacrosse practice by going small with your drills. Read More »

One for the Ages: Youth Lacrosse Age Verification and Event Sanctioning

April 29, 2015    10287 Views
One for the Ages: Age Verification and Event Sanctioning US Lacrosse hopes to put an end to uneven play with two new youth lacrosse initiatives—age verification and event sanctioning. Read More »

3 Indispensable Pillars of Every Lacrosse Practice

April 27, 2015    7484 Views
3 Indispensable Pillars of Every Lacrosse Practice MLL defenseman Brian Farrell, who will take over as Boys’ Latin (Md.) head coach next year, shares his advice on getting the most out of players during practice. Read More »

Advice from a College Lacrosse Coach: Brown’s Lars Tiffany

April 22, 2015    3960 Views
Advice from a College Lacrosse Coach: Brown’s Lars Tiffany Brown men’s lacrosse coach Lars Tiffany offers his next-level advice for aspiring coaches, including small ball, drills and energy. Read More »