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Shooting Space Simplified

April 4, 2014    9365 Views
Shooting Space SimplifiedWatch this video to help you understand shooting space, one of the most commonly misinterpreted rules in women’s lacrosse Read More »

Take the Pledge to Compete with Class

March 26, 2014    3459 Views
Take the Pledge to Compete with ClassJoin US Lacrosse in pledging to “Compete with Class” and “Honor the Game” this season. Read More »

Men’s Drill of the Month: Hopkins Up and Over Shooting

March 21, 2014    4437 Views
Men's Drill of the Month: Hopkins Up and OverThe Hopkins Up and Over Drill is excellent for teaching players ball movement, positioning and shooting. Read More »

Women’s Drill of the Month: Mirror Shooting

March 20, 2014    4326 Views
Mirror Shooting DrillThe Mirror Shooting Drill teaches players to time off-ball movement, get open and move the ball to the open shooting area. Read More »

3-on-3 on the Draw: What to Do With Your Roaming Midfielders

March 14, 2014    4915 Views
3-on-3 on the DrawNow that there are just three player per side on the draw, what do you do with your free midfielders? We got the inside scoop from a college coach. Read More »

College Lacrosse Coaches Sound Off on Multi-Sport Participation

March 12, 2014    61305 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    6250 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    11195 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    5920 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    8263 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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