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Youth to High School Lacrosse: 11 Tips for Making the Transition

July 29, 2015    1965 Views
Youth to High School Lacrosse: 11 Tips for Making the TransitionThe difference between youth and high school lacrosse can be dramatic, eye opening and stressful. Here’s some advice for players looking to make the jump. Read More »

3 Steps to Shutdown ‘D’: How to Coach Individual Defensemen

July 2, 2015    8739 Views
3 Steps to Shutdown ‘D’: How to Coach Individual Defensemen Team USA and Boston Cannons defenseman Mitch Belisle shares his tried-and-true, three-step progression to teaching the basics of shutdown defense. Read More »

The Top 10 Lessons My Lacrosse Team Taught Me This Season

June 2, 2015    4048 Views
The Top 10 Lessons My Lacrosse Team Taught Me This Season Quite often as coaches, we ask our players for feedback on what they've learned. Here’s one coach’s take on 10 things he’s learned from his players this spring. Read More »

A Letter to High School Lacrosse Coaches on Burnout

May 20, 2015    6998 Views
A Letter to High School Lacrosse Coaches on Burnout As lacrosse season winds down, you might be frustrated that things didn’t go the way you expected. Take heart in the lives you’re impacting with your service. Read More »

Next Player Up! How to Develop Depth on Your Lacrosse Team

May 8, 2015    3430 Views
Next Player Up! How to Develop Depth on Your Lacrosse Team What can you do to build a roster that’s deep enough to get you through hard times? Here are four tips to help you develop your “next player up” strategy. Read More »

Advice from a College Coach: Northwestern’s Kelly Amonte Hiller

May 5, 2015    3637 Views
Advice from a College Coach: Northwestern’s Kelly Amonte Hiller Five-time IWLCA National Coach of the Year Kelly Amonte Hiller of Northwestern University offers her tips for lacrosse coaching development. Read More »

Why You Should “Go Small” With Your Lacrosse Drills

May 4, 2015    3353 Views
Why You Should “Go Small” With Your Lacrosse Drills Three-time Team USA midfielder Matt Striebel shares the advantages of breaking up the monotony of lacrosse practice by going small with your drills. Read More »

3 Indispensable Pillars of Every Lacrosse Practice

April 27, 2015    6507 Views
3 Indispensable Pillars of Every Lacrosse Practice MLL defenseman Brian Farrell, who will take over as Boys’ Latin (Md.) head coach next year, shares his advice on getting the most out of players during practice. Read More »

Want to Play College Lacrosse? How Grades Impact Recruiting

April 20, 2015    23545 Views
Want to Play College Lacrosse? Better Hit the Books [Survey]Taking care of your high school academics from the get-go is more important than ever. We asked college coaches to weigh in on how grades impact recruiting. Read More »

Maryland’s Cathy Reese: The Basics of Lacrosse [Video]

April 17, 2015    5001 Views
In this video, Maryland coach Cathy Reese explains the fundamentals behind the Terps’ success, including how she drills cradling, catching and throwing. Read More »

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