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The Window Isn’t Closed: Finding a Home in College Lacrosse

April 6, 2015    5207 Views
The Window Isn’t Closed: Finding a Home in College LacrosseThere is a team out there for anyone who wants to continue to play, regardless of age, skill level or athleticism. If you want to play, you can play. Read More »

30 Seconds of Courage: Revolutionary Shot Clock Strategies

March 11, 2015    2578 Views
30 Seconds of Courage: Revolutionary Shot Clock StrategiesWith a visible 30-second shot clock in college lacrosse comes opportunities for new strategies—some very logical and some using more “outside-the-box” thinking. Read More »

Early Recruiting Realities: Poaching, Reversals, More Trends

February 23, 2015    7954 Views
Early Recruiting Realities: Poaching, Reversals, More TrendsDespite widespread objection, early recruiting is the new norm in college lacrosse. Ryan Boyle looks at some of the consequences of this trend. Read More »

30 Recruiting Questions You Should Be Asking

November 11, 2013    22579 Views
Making your college decision is a big deal. Before you commit to your next four years as a student-athlete, consider these off-field questions that will shape your college experience. Read More »

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