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Playing Afraid is No Fun: How to Avoid the Snowball Effect

December 20, 2013    2212 Views
Avoiding the snowball effectHelp your players learn to forget their mistakes and avoid the snowball effect by practicing failure. Read More »

A Letter to Santa: My Grown Up (Lacrosse) Christmas List

December 19, 2013    1709 Views
Lacrosse Christmas ListLacrosseRecruits.com’s Spike Malangone asks for 10 gifts that could be beneficial for lacrosse this holiday season. Read More »

5 Women’s Drills to Foster Competition in Practice

December 18, 2013    4811 Views
A huge part of creating a competitive practice environment is incorporating competition into your drills. These five drills will help you raise the bar. Read More »

Shed Your Expectations and Coach for More Than Wins

December 17, 2013    1955 Views
Shed your expectationsCoaching simply to win leaves you unfulfilled. Learn from resident coach Wendell Lee’s experience and bring joy back into your coaching. Read More »

Pride in the Ride: A Guide to Generating Extra Possessions

December 16, 2013    2394 Views
Guide to Generating Extra PossessionsMix up your riding schemes to generate extra possessions for your team and reward players for exemplary effort. Read More »

6 Snap Decisions for Attacking the Goal in a Numbers Situation

December 13, 2013    1290 Views
Attacking the GoalHere are six simple rules to teach your team to follow when they find themselves on offense with a clear numerical advantage. Read More »

16 Characteristics of a Complete Women’s Lacrosse Player

December 12, 2013    6355 Views
Complete Women's Lacrosse PlayerGone are the days where players are “stuck” on one side of the field or the other. Follow these guidelines to become a complete women’s player. Read More »

Rules vs. Standards and the Latitude to Lead

December 11, 2013    3675 Views
Rules vs. Standard and the Latitude to LeadUse this framework for creating standards, as opposed to rules, and you’ll maintain the latitude to lead your program to success. Read More »

Goal Setting: Why it Matters for Officials

December 10, 2013    726 Views
Goal Setting: Why it matters for officialsIt’s important to envision your challenges and obstacles, not just the desired result, says officials guru Lucia Perfetti Clark. Read More »

How to Combat Hazing and Bullying at All Levels of Your Program

December 9, 2013    857 Views
Combat Hazing and BullyingIn light of recent events surrounding hazing in college and pro sports, here are pointers from our partner, Positive Coaching Alliance, on how to combat this issue in your program. Read More »