Being Involved—by Letting Go of Control

Nov 11, 2013

When I was 17 years old, my father urged me to join him one morning to practice driving in the snow. When we arrived at the local parking lot turned open expanse of fresh powder, he asked me to take the wheel and get a feel for the car. I drove cautiously, stopping and accelerating at low speeds. My dad chuckled as I gripped the handle tightly at 10 and 2 and worked to gain control of the 1974 Volare station wagon.

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US Lacrosse Statement on Recruiting

Oct 18, 2012

The US Lacrosse Board of Directors has approved a statement on the complex nature of the collegiate recruiting process for high school student-athletes. The statement was developed by the national volunteer and staff leadership of US Lacrosse, in consultation with members of the coaching community.

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US Lacrosse Announces U19 Women’s National Team Coaching Staff

Mar 31, 2010

Abbott, Clark, Pfeiffer Selected as Assistant Coaches

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A Suggestion for the Loud Youth Coach

Mar 28, 2010

Kids learn best through experience and by making mistakes…not by being micromanaged through every pass.

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Coaching: Responsibility and Opportunity

Mar 01, 2010

Both in my capacity at US Lacrosse and as the parent of two young lacrosse players (who also play soccer and basketball), I’m often asked what I think is the most important aspect of a quality youth sports experience. For me, it’s all about a coach who inspires my child, teaches correct fundamentals, and values players safety and fun above all else.  

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Porcella New U19 Women's Lacrosse Coach

Feb 25, 2010

BALTIMORE – US Lacrosse has announced that Krystin Porcella, a former U.S. U19 team assistant coach and the current head coach at The John Carroll School (Md.), will serve as the head coach for the U.S. U19 women’s lacrosse team that will compete in the 2011 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship in Göttingen, Germany.

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