Lacrosse Goalie Ryan Kern Joins Dr. T for Leadership and Mindset Webinar

Oct 19, 2020

The “US Lacrosse Athlete Mindset Series,” an eight-week webinar series geared towards giving lacrosse players and coaches tools to improve, continues this week with a session on leadership. This week's guest is former Navy and current Boston Cannons goalie Ryan Kern, a member of the United States Marine Corps.

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What Drives Bullying Behaviors?

Oct 16, 2020

When it comes to dealing with misbehavior on your team, it can be tempting to label kids as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ and ‘bullies’ or ‘victims.’ But rarely is real life that simple, and more often than not, bullying behaviors are driven by a need that a child has that’s not being met.

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US Lacrosse Partners with STEPS, Top of the Bay for Youth Nationals

Oct 15, 2020

US Lacrosse has announced a partnership with STEPS Lacrosse and Top of the Bay Lacrosse to conduct the 2021 US Lacrosse Youth Nationals. The event, featuring championships for boys and girls at the 13U, 14U and 15U age groupings, will be held at DE Turf in Frederica, Del., July 13-15, 2021.

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Equipment Reminders from US Lacrosse

Oct 15, 2020

As the 2021 lacrosse season draws closer, there are some equipment guidelines that players, parents, coaches and officials should keep in mind. Use of required and certified equipment ensures the highest levels of safety for all participants.

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Peruvian Heritage Helps Cassandra Kitchen Connect With Family, Friends

Oct 14, 2020

Cassandra Kitchen, a high school-aged player from Maryland with Peruvian roots, is featured in US Lacrosse's Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration in conjunction with Lacrosse the Nations.

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US Lacrosse Unveils "Flex6 Lacrosse" Program

Oct 14, 2020

US Lacrosse has unveiled its Flex6 Lacrosse program, a fun, fast-paced, non-contact version of the game that can be played by any mix of players up to six per team. Flex6 Lacrosse is inspired by the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM) and its six core values, with a particular focus on the values of small-sided play, fun and kid-centered, and age appropriate/inclusive.

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Twins Diego and Ernesto Valenzuela Building Bridges With Los Aztecas

Oct 13, 2020

The Valenzuela twins, Los Aztecas blend love of lacrosse with Mexican heritage. We continue our Hispanic Heritage Month celebration with this article that will appear in print in the November issue of US Lacrosse Magazine. 

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UNC's Anna Barton Joins Dr. T for Mental Health and Mindset Webinar

Oct 12, 2020

The “US Lacrosse Athlete Mindset Series,” an eight-week webinar series geared towards giving lacrosse players and coaches tools to improve, continues this week with a session on Mental Health Vulnerabilities and their effects on academic and athletic performance.

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Andrew Lee's Presentation on American Indians Today, History

Oct 12, 2020

Andrew Lee, vice chair of the US Lacrosse Board of Directors and chair of the US Lacrosse Native American Advisory Council, shared a presentation on American Indians with the US Lacrosse staff last week. In celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day, we’re sharing some of the information Lee presented.

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Sankofa Clinician Sophia Lugo is Eager to Make a Difference

Oct 12, 2020

US Lacrosse Sankofa Clinician Sophia Lugo was introduced to lacrosse as a high school freshman in Chicago. She remains active in the sport today in several ways, including as a coach with Puerto Rico’s Women’s National Team program.

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