Brett Callahan, Selia Lyons are US Lacrosse Impact Athletes

May 15, 2020

US Lacrosse’s Impact Athletes initiative seeks to highlight the efforts and contributions being made by boys’ and girls’ high school lacrosse players to support their communities during these challenging days. Featured this week are Brett Callahan and Selia Lyons.

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US Lacrosse High School Awards Program Canceled for 2020

May 14, 2020

Since the 2020 high school lacrosse season has now been canceled in almost all parts of the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, US Lacrosse regrettably announces today that it will not award its boys’ and girls’ high school All-America Award, All-Academic Award, and Coach of the Year Award in 2020.

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#LaxAtHome: How to Shake and Bake from X with Rob Pannell

May 14, 2020

Rob Pannell shows make to make your move from X, going through a sequence that led to a goal for Team USA during the Fall Classic exhibition against Virginia last October.

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You're Never "Too Small" to Play Lacrosse

May 14, 2020

The use of small-sided games in practice can lead to better self-regulation, better sportsmanship, better communication, quicker decision-making, high levels of competitiveness, discovering strategies, and lots of fun all around for your team.

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US Lacrosse Cancels/Postpones July Events

May 13, 2020

US Lacrosse has canceled or postponed its events scheduled for the month of July due to continuing health risks and logistical concerns associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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US Lacrosse Offers Five Coaching Webinars for May

May 13, 2020

US Lacrosse will offer a series of five webinars geared towards coaches during the month of May. Cathy Reese, a five-time national champion as the head coach at the University of Maryland, will kick off the series on Thursday, May 14.

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#LaxAtHome: How to Prowl the Circle with Sophia DiCenso

May 13, 2020

Sophia DiCenso, a member of the gold-medal winning U.S. women's U19 team and a current player at the University of Richmond, offers these 10 tips for midfielders who play on the perimeter during the draw.

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5 Ways to Become a Better Lacrosse Player Without Playing Lacrosse

May 12, 2020

For players of any level, this is a great reminder that while practice and play as we know it may be suspended currently, there are a lot of great things to do that will make you a better lacrosse player, even when you're not playing lacrosse. Here are five things you can try.

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Nominate a Deserving Candidate for Youth Awards

May 12, 2020

Taking just a few minutes to submit an online nomination can help shine the spotlight on a deserving youth lacrosse contributor. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s a great way to show your appreciation for a coach, official, or program leader that makes a difference. 

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Reducing Anxiety to Make Game Day as Good as Practice

May 11, 2020

Game-day performance anxiety is common in athletes of any age, but the worst possible time to start tackling it is, unfortunately, on game day. TrueSport Expert Kevin Chapman, PhD, clinical psychologist and founder of The Kentucky Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, breaks down how you can best support your team. 

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