Build Your Own Game of Pickup Lacrosse

Jun 25, 2020

The Pickup Lacrosse game-builder guide is meant to be a resource to inspire families and spark imaginative ways to play lacrosse safely during a time when COVID-19 has disrupted much formal lacrosse participation, though we hope that informal pickup lacrosse with family and friends continues long after traditional participation resumes.

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5 Ways to Become a Better Lacrosse Player Without Playing Lacrosse

May 12, 2020

For players of any level, this is a great reminder that while practice and play as we know it may be suspended currently, there are a lot of great things to do that will make you a better lacrosse player, even when you're not playing lacrosse. Here are five things you can try.

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Getting to Know You: A Guide for Parents and Coaches

Mar 17, 2017

My nine-year-old and five-year-old daughters ventured into the world of team sports in the form of recreational lacrosse for the first time last spring. I broke my cardinal rule of not signing my kids up for things until they make noise about it—my girls had zero inclination to play. But I asked them to humor Mommy (after I had already paid the registration fee, bad mother). In this post-diaper era of parenting, I was itching to get out on the field with kids again.

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Are We Having Fun Yet? Youth Lacrosse and Project Play

Mar 25, 2015

Getting input from our kids can help shape a youth sports atmosphere that allows them to have more fun.

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Confessions of a B-Team Mom

Nov 11, 2013

Making the "B" team isn't the end of the world. It might be the best thing that ever happened to your child.

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