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Don't dodge if there is an open man. Don't hold the ball long unless you are planning a dodge. Keep it moving with quick, short passes.
Here are five readily available resources — many of which are in multiple formats for flexible consumption — US Lacrosse provides to coaches.
Ten years of officiating has been full of love — be it the tough kind from a mentor, the brotherly kind from a peer or the solo kind from the game.
A goalie's guide to overcoming fear of the shot.
Being able to throw and catch with both hands and swap hands quickly will make you a better player.
"I was a United States Marine, I didn’t take the easy road. I wanted a challenge. When I came out here, I liked the physicality of the game, the competitiveness."
Simply stated, athletes needs to perceive the situation, decide what they’re going to do and execute the action.
Focus more of your time talking to your players, being curious, listening, getting to know and understand how they learn and respond to coaching. Build a relationship of trust with your people.
Shin splints and foot blisters are common and related to continuous running and changing field surfaces.
It’s a good idea to have coaches provide a letter of recommendation to help ensure that you will be getting young adults truly committed to this role.
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Use the SportsEngine forum to ask other administrators questions about how they run their club.