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Your Edge Officials: Thankful for Change

April 3, 2014    1304 Views
Thankful for ChangeEvery lacrosse season has a story. Embrace the new narrative, says US Lacrosse officials guru Lucia Perfetti Clark. Read More »

3 Steps to Get the Most Out of a Mediocre Team

April 2, 2014    3409 Views
Get the Most Out of a Mediocre TeamUse these suggestions to figure out creative ways to get the most out of an under-talented team. Read More »

Just Say Yes

April 1, 2014    3508 Views
Just Say YesWhen it comes to support your child’s lacrosse coach and team this season, take a “just say yes” approach, says Brian Logue. Read More »

5 Secrets for Building a Successful Parent-Coach Partnership

March 28, 2014    3728 Views
5 Secrets for Building a Successful Parent-Coach PartnershipA critical element of a positive environment in youth and high school lacrosse is an effective partnership between parents and coaches. Read More »

Take the Pledge to Compete with Class

March 26, 2014    2333 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    3056 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    2686 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 »

Help! I’m Stuck Inside for Practice

March 19, 2014    3989 Views
Indoor Lacrosse Practices, DrillsUnpredictable weather have you stuck practicing indoors? Use this practice plan to make the most of your time inside. Read More »

Youth Lacrosse is Not a Zero-Sum Game

March 18, 2014    2583 Views
Youth Lacrosse is not a Zero-Sum GameGordon Corsetti suggests way for opposing coaches to find common ground, and offers a ‘Hippocratic Oath’ for youth lacrosse coaches. Read More »

Should Leagues Require Officials to Work Scrimmages?

March 17, 2014    1390 Views
Should leagues require officials to work scrimmagesDirector of Health and Sport Safety Bruce Griffin weighs in on whether youth leagues should mandate officials be present for preseason scrimmages. Read More »

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