That’s a Ward! Stick Protection 101 for Boys Lacrosse

Mar 17, 2015

US Lacrosse resident official Gordon Corsetti makes the case for what constitutes a warding violation (and what doesn't) in lacrosse.

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Defensive Transition Retreat Drill [Video]

Mar 17, 2015

Teach your defenders to get back in the zone ahead of their players and the ball to prevent the fast break with the Defensive Transition Retreat Drill.

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The Best Job in the World

Mar 16, 2015

Athletic trainers are medical professionals specifically trained to deal with any and all injuries associated with sports.

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Tryout Applications Available for 2016 U.S. Men’s U19 Team

Mar 13, 2015

US Lacrosse today announced the opening of the application period for players interested in trying out for the 2016 U.S. Men’s Under-19 National Team.http://www.filacrosse.com/

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What if You Were 10 Again? Lacrosse Through a Kid’s Eyes

Mar 12, 2015

To eliminate the obstacles that cause kids to drop out of sports, we as coaches and parents must supply and nurture a culture that builds instead of breaks.

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30 Seconds of Courage: Revolutionary Shot Clock Strategies

Mar 11, 2015

With 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.

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Duke’s John Danowski: Trust Your Coaches

Mar 11, 2015

Three-time NCAA champion coach John Danowski talks about why he’s chosen to eliminate titles on his coaching staff at Duke.

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An Introduction to Defensive Hotspots in Women’s Lacrosse

Mar 10, 2015

Defenders can’t focus solely on the ball, or solely on their mark. They have to focus on both. Communicating using hotspots enables them to do both at once.

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How to Use a Hitch Dodge to Improve Your Scoring Chances

Mar 09, 2015

Like a pump fake in basketball, a hitch is a great way to free yourself up for a better-angle shot and increase your chance of scoring.

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Your Edge: Ground Balls with Johns Hopkins Mike Pellegrino

Mar 09, 2015

From Lacrosse Magazine’s March edition, Johns Hopkins All-American long-stick middie Mike Pellegrino shows you his three keys to winning more ground balls.

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