US Lacrosse and Major League Lacrosse Celebrate Homegrown Heroes

Jul 27, 2020

US Lacrosse and Major League Lacrosse recognized contributions to the development of lacrosse at the local level through the "Homegrown Hero of the Game" program. A total of 15 MLL players were recognized for their efforts.

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Boden Bounds, Katie Sullivan are US Lacrosse Impact Athletes

Jul 24, 2020

In partnership with NCSA, the official responsible recruiting services provider of US Lacrosse, we are proud to highlight our Impact Athletes — boys’ and girls’ high school lacrosse players who are supporting their communities with special efforts.  This week's honorees are Boden Bounds of Chappaqua, N.Y., and Katie Sullivan of Norfolk, Va.

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Event Plus Response Equals Outcome: Dripping Springs' Equation for Success

Jul 23, 2020

Lessons learned from Duke and U.S. men's team coach John Danowski at the US Lacrosse Convention helped Dripping Springs (Texas) coach Bill Cafferata guide his team through the COVID-19 pandemic and a lost season.

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Quarantine Mates: Siblings Turn Basement into Lacrosse Training Haven

Jul 17, 2020

This article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members.

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Best Seat in the House: Debbie Swiss' Love of Officiating

Jul 16, 2020

Debbie Swiss played just one year of high school lacrosse, but 26 years after she graduated high school she was reintroduced to the sport as an official. It led to some of the greatest experiences of her life.

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Shaun Gillispie, Natalie Palmeri are US Lacrosse Impact Athletes

Jun 27, 2020

Each week, US Lacrosse is proud to highlight our Impact Athletes: boys’ and girls’ high school lacrosse players who are supporting their communities with special efforts. This week's honorees are Shaun Gillispie (Parkton, Md.) and Natalie Palmeri (Garden City, N.Y.)

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Joshua Hughes, Kristen Choi are US Lacrosse Impact Athletes

Jun 12, 2020

Each week, US Lacrosse is proud to highlight our Impact Athletes — boys’ and girls’ high school lacrosse players who are supporting their communities with special efforts during these challenging days.

We all recognize that these are unusual and unprecedented times, unlike any that have been seen before. But great challenges also offer great opportunities, and US Lacrosse has already heard and shared some of these stories.

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Jack Brixius, Gabriella Henson-Vendrell are USL Impact Athletes

May 29, 2020

Each week, US Lacrosse is proud to highlight our Impact Athletes - boys’ and girls’ high school lacrosse players who are supporting their communities with special efforts during these challenging days. This week's honorees are Jack Brixius (New York, N.Y.) and Gabriella Henson-Vendrell (Haymarket, Va.).

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#LaxAtHome: How to Handle the Long Pole with Kyle Hartzell

May 26, 2020

Kyle Hartzell plays as if his long pole is an extension of his body, but it wasn’t always that way. Hartzell played attack throughout high school and offensive midfield in junior college before switching to long-stick midfield.

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#LaxAtHome: How to Shoot Sidearm Free Positions with Molly Hendrick

May 22, 2020

Molly Hendrick, a former North Carolina attacker and current member of the U.S. national team, is lethal from the 8-meter arc. When she sets up for a sidearm rip, goalkeepers usually aren’t ready for what’s coming. Here’s how she does it.

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