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Beginner Lacrosse Drills

By Beginner Lacrosse 03/19/2019, 12:00pm CDT

Basic passing & catching with a stationary partner – practice right and left hand passes & catches. This is one of the first beginner lacrosse drills that kids should practice.

Where Innovation Meets Growth

By Mikey Wallin and Mason Perricone, US Lacrosse 03/15/2019, 12:00pm CDT

US Lacrosse has partnered with Warrior and Brine to provide a Warp stick to each participant to help them embrace the game.

“Overall they try to build your character and build your person,” Hinsch said. “They really get you ready for college lacrosse and life in general.”

How to Win Kids’ Attention in the Digital Age

By T.J Buchanan, US Lacrosse 03/04/2019, 12:00pm CST

Design for development, meeting each athlete’s needs based on who they are and where they are on their journey.

Up Your Game – Set Your Eyes

By Gordon Corsetti, US Lacrosse 02/28/2019, 12:00pm CST

While I’m getting my body primed to move, I am also examining the players. Who are leading drills? Which players shoot the best? 

Developing Lacrosse for Blind Players

By Paul Ohanian, US Lacrosse 02/22/2019, 12:00pm CST

Beyond just the ball, Delaney is open to utilizing innovations that have proven to be helpful in other blind sports activities.

Understanding the New Rule: Transitional Checking for U14 Girls

By Caitlin Kelley, US Lacrosse 01/23/2019, 12:00pm CST

This definition of an illegal cradle is consistent with the illegal cradle rule in the past and also consistent with the illegal cradle rule for high school play.

Consistency Is Key

By Gordon Corsetti, US Lacrosse 01/21/2019, 12:00pm CST

A coach cannot coach their team if a game is called inconsistently. It is impossible, and more officials need to appreciate this fact.

Creating Culture Requires a Deliberate Approach

By JC Glick & Jim Stagnitta, US Lacrosse 01/09/2019, 12:00pm CST

Obedience holds players back to simply following direction without the ability and license to make decisions in dynamic situations. It is paralyzing and counterproductive.

Turning Fear Into Fuel

By Gordon Corsetti, US Lacrosse 01/08/2019, 12:00pm CST

If you are afraid of using your off hand during the game, because you are pretty sure you will drop the ball, then start practicing with your off hand.

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