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8 Shooting Tips to Cash in on an 8-Meter Opportunity

February 25, 2015    1505 Views
8 Shooting Tips to Cash in on an 8-Meter OpportunityFrom our Level 1 women’s coaching curriculum, follow these tips to help your would-be goal scorer capitalize on 8-meter scoring opportunities. Read More »

6 Rules for Defending in a Numbers-Down Transition Situation

February 24, 2015    2333 Views
6 Rules for Defending in a Numbers-Down Transition Situation
From our Level 1 coaching curriculum, here are six general rules of thumb to help your defenders make smart decisions in a numbers-down transition situation. Read More »

Beginner’s Guide to Women’s Lacrosse Defensive Communication

February 20, 2015    3352 Views
Beginner’s Guide to Women’s Lacrosse Defensive CommunicationThe simple most important thing defenders can do for each other is communication. We break down the basics defensive buzz words to teach your defensive unit. Read More »

Men’s Lob-and-Dodge Drill [Video]

February 20, 2015    1306 Views
Men’s Lob-and-Dodge Drill [Video]The Lob-and-Dodge Drill develops footwork fundamentals for successful defense, focusing on approaching dodgers under control and in proper defensive position. Read More »

Women’s Inside-Out 1-on-1 Drill [Video]

February 20, 2015    1152 Views
Women’s Inside-Out 1-on-1 Drill [Video]Use the Inside-Out 1-on-1 Drill to practice defensive and offensive fundamentals in a rapid-fire setting. Includes video from the US Lacrosse Mobile Coach app. Read More »

Failure as a Catalyst: How to Develop a Growth Mindset

February 19, 2015    3417 Views
Failure as a Catalyst: How to Develop a Growth MindsetFailure is the catalyst to success. Let’s not take away this valuable tool from our kids by evening the playing field all the time, writes Kate Leavell. Read More »

4 Must-Have Components of Lacrosse Player Evaluation

February 16, 2015    4819 Views
4 Must-Have Components of Lacrosse Player Evaluation One of the most difficult tasks for a coach is fairly and accurately evaluating players. Ease the burden by using age-appropriate evaluation rubrics at tryouts. Read More »

4 Definitive Styles of Modern Women’s Lacrosse Defenders

February 11, 2015    6438 Views
4 Definitive Styles of Modern Women’s Lacrosse Defenders Whether your goal is to be a shutdown defender, playmaker, quarterback or just rock solid, learn the skills necessary for becoming an effective modern defender. Read More »

Keep the Diversity and Inclusion Conversation Going

January 28, 2015    2077 Views
Keep the D&I Conversation Going Incorporating diversity & inclusion is possible within every program and within every player. Read More »

No More Ghost Man on First: Youth Lacrosse and Free Play

December 19, 2014    7072 Views
No More Ghost Man of FirstAs kids, we were creative and we found ways to make our various games work without the “coaching” of adults. Why isn't that happening today? Read More »

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