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Four Steps to Becoming a Lacrosse Official

February 9, 2016    242 Views
Four Steps to Becoming a Lacrosse OfficialLacrosse is growing at a pace that far outstrips the ability of organizations to cover game assignments. Have you considered becoming an official? Here are four steps to begin the process. Read More »

Online Education Gets New Home

February 4, 2016    749 Views
Online Education Gets New HomeMore than 5,000 people have already signed up for the new US Lacrosse e-learning platform, which launched last month. Read More »

Snowy US Lacrosse Convention Opens in Baltimore

January 22, 2016    3059 Views

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Snow began falling on Friday afternoon in Baltimore, but that didn't stop the learning at the US Lacrosse National Convention. Read More »

A Personal Lacrosse Epiphany and Public Thank You

January 22, 2016    5292 Views

Girls' Official

Reflections from a former coach with a newfound appreciation for game officials. Read More »

Small Ball: A New Approach to Lacrosse Player Development

January 20, 2016    4934 Views

Girls' Official

The following article appears in the February issue of Lacrosse Magazine and highlights the US Lacrosse effort to lead the lacrosse community in embracing a new player development model.

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How to Set Goals for the Upcoming Lacrosse Season

January 15, 2016    2953 Views
How to Set Goals for the Upcoming Lacrosse SeasonTwo months is a perfect window to prepare for any major sporting event, so no matter where you see yourself now, you have time to get where you need and want to be. All you need is the right plan to get you there. Read More »

How It Works: Illegal Body-Checking Rule in Youth Lacrosse

December 21, 2015    4272 Views
How It Works: Illegal Body Checking in Youth LacrosseOur resident official dives into the illegal body-checking rule as it applies to youth lacrosse, and discusses the differences in application between youth and high school play. Read More »

Don’t Let a Missing CMP Leave You Vulnerable

December 17, 2015    910 Views

Boys Lacrosse

Having a documented Concussion Management Plan could be one of the most important decisions your lacrosse organization will make. Read More »

How to Create the Physical Environment for Learning Lacrosse

December 16, 2015    2557 Views
Creating the Physical Environment for LearningThe brain responds differently to a new environment, allowing your athletes to be more attentive. That fades over time in the same location. How can your physical environment keep your players engaged? Read More »

The “Youth Sports Paradise” of the Past Wasn’t Always Paradise

December 9, 2015    2185 Views
Youth Sports ParadiseIf we want to “fix” youth sports, we can’t live in the past. Our writer shares stories from his youth and excitement around the new US Lacrosse Athlete Development Model. Read More »