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Want to Play College Lacrosse? How Grades Impact Recruiting

April 20, 2015    33939 Views
Want to Play College Lacrosse? Better Hit the Books [Survey]Taking care of your high school academics from the get-go is more important than ever. We asked college coaches to weigh in on how grades impact recruiting. Read More »

Build Good Habits With the "Shooting Over the Goal" Drill

April 17, 2015    8006 Views
Build Good Habits With the Shooting Over the Goal DrillTeach your youth and high school players proper mechanics to become better shooters with the Shooting Over the Goal Drill, presented at US Lacrosse Convention. Read More »

Maryland’s Cathy Reese: The Basics of Lacrosse [Video]

April 17, 2015    6255 Views
In this video, Maryland coach Cathy Reese explains the fundamentals behind the Terps’ success, including how she drills cradling, catching and throwing. Read More »

Top-and-Bottom Give-and-Go Drill [Video]

April 16, 2015    2073 Views
Top-and-Bottom Give-and-Go Drill [Video]Teach your players the basics of the give-and-go play in a high-repetition drill environment. Watch this video, courtesy of the US Lacrosse Mobile Coach App. Read More »

Set Me Up, Sister! 5 Components of a Successful Feed

April 15, 2015    6085 Views
Set Me Up, Sister! 5 Components of a Successful Lacrosse FeedFeeding is the ability to pass the ball accurately to a teammate, giving her a quality opportunity to score. Here are five main components of a successful feed. Read More »

John Danowski: Making Your Players See What You See [Video]

April 15, 2015    4256 Views
John Danowski: Making Your Players See What You See [Video]Three-time national champion coach John Danowski shares a team-building exercise he uses at Duke to help players understand their roles on the team. Read More »

Advice from a College Coach: Penn State’s Jeff Tambroni

April 15, 2015    8643 Views
Advice from a College Coach: Penn State’s Jeff TambroniPenn State head coach Jeff Tambroni shares his top three pieces of advice for lacrosse coaches who are looking to take their program to the next level. Read More »

Why Ref Youth Lacrosse? Learning to Speak with Conviction

April 14, 2015    1812 Views
Why Ref Youth Lacrosse? Learning to Speak with ConvictionBecoming a junior lacrosse official is a great way to help teenage players find their voice. Our resident official explains. Read More »

10 Easy Ways to Embrace Player Development in Youth Lacrosse

April 14, 2015    6347 Views
10 Easy Ways to Embrace Player Development in Youth LacrosseThe temptation to script everything and focus only on winning is a struggle for every coach. Use these 10 methods to emphasize long-term athlete development. Read More »

Your Edge: Mastering the Split Dodge with Mark Millon [Video]

April 13, 2015    2788 Views
Your Edge: Mastering the Split Dodge with Mark MillonWatch as Team USA and MLL all-time great Mark Millon demonstrates a teaching progression to help your players master the split dodge. Read More »