A Look Inside the “Hybrid” Youth Lacrosse Program

Dec 16, 2014

What if we found a middle ground between developmental rec programs and select travel programs? Here’s a look at a successful “hybrid” youth lacrosse program.

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It’s All About Perspective

Dec 16, 2014

The job of all officials is to not let any other perspectives influence the focus on player safety and fairness. Our resident zebra uses a visual to demonstrate.

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USOC Report: The Formula for Developing Elite Athletes

Dec 11, 2014

When developing players for maximum performance, what really pushes them to an elite level? Multiply the fun factor and add other sports to foster lacrosse stars.

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Rorke Denver Named Keynote Speaker at US Lacrosse Convention

Dec 11, 2014

Commander Rorke T. Denver, a 13-year Navy SEAL, former lacrosse All-American, and current author and actor, will kick off the lacrosse world's largest educational and networking event Jan. 23-25, 2015, in Baltimore.

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Meatloaf Passing and Ground Ball Drill [Video]

Dec 10, 2014

Use the Meatloaf Passing Drill to help your players improve passing and catching on the run with both hands, while involving your entire team.

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US Lacrosse Awards 94 First Stick Program Grants

Dec 10, 2014

Developing teams in 33 states to benefit from comprehensive resources and support.

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How Does Intent Play Into Lacrosse Officiating?

Dec 09, 2014

Our resident official explains why “He didn’t mean it” (intent) is an insufficient plea on the behalf of youth lacrosse players who commit penalties.

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Registration Open for 2015 Regional Championships

Dec 09, 2014

Tournaments open to U11, U13 and U15 squads. Save at least $200 per team by registering before Dec. 31.

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Jim Old is Inaugural Winner of US Lacrosse's Homer Schwartz Award

Dec 08, 2014

Longtime volunteer is recognized for his leadership and dedication to the Tidewater Chapter.

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US Lacrosse-Funded ACL Injury Prevention Program to Grow in 2015

Dec 08, 2014

ACL injury prevention programs should have at least three critical elements: dynamic warm-up, lower body and core strengthening, and neuromuscular control.

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