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Lane Errington | @lane_errington
Lacrosse is about having fun, learning the sport and developing relationships that often last a lifetime. As parents, part of your role is to make sure that your child is enjoying the lacrosse experience even as he or she progresses to higher levels of play. Be positive about your child’s participation — winning is not everything. You and your child will participate in many games over the years, and the friendships and great experiences will certainly stay with both of you much longer than the wins and losses on the field.
You are equally as important to your child’s positive lacrosse experience as the coach of the team. Here are ten tips to help guide you:
This blog post is excerpted from the Nationwide Parent Handbook, available on USLacrosse.org for high school boys and girls. You can download a copy below.
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