Three Drills to Better Your Players Stick Skills

Apr 04, 2017

As a player, I was always taught that superior stick skills win games. It’s hard to beat a team that can consistently catch and throw under pressure. As a coach, I try and pass on that knowledge to my players. When coaching young girls who are still developing skills, you want to emphasize the basics. Here are three drills that I use to better my team’s stick skills:

#1: Stickwork Inside the Center Circle

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Bob Bianchi's Legacy Reaching New Generation of Lacrosse Players

Mar 07, 2017

Behind the Bricks: First in a regular series that shares the stories behind the inscribed bricks that adorn the Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. Promenade at the new US Lacrosse Headquarters.

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Love Thy Neighbor: Charlie Murphy's Yorktown Legacy

Feb 16, 2017

The alumni of the storied Yorktown (N.Y.) High School lacrosse program recently made a donation to the US Lacrosse First Stick Program. Watch this fantastic video capturing the legacy of the Yorktown program.

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NoVa Town Shares Pride in Their Coach El

Feb 10, 2017

Behind the Bricks: First in a regular series that shares the stories behind the inscribed bricks that adorn the Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. Promenade at the new US Lacrosse Headquarters.

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Before You Ring in the New Year, Consider US Lacrosse

Dec 29, 2016

Time is running out. This is your last week to make a 2016 tax deductible gift to US Lacrosse to help make lacrosse happen.

A gift of any size will make a direct impact on our mission to serve the lacrosse community.

Don't miss this chance to share your passion and love of lacrosse. We cannot do this without YOU. Make a Difference Today.

Every Gift Counts. Every Donor Matters.

Thank you for your support.

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Giving Thanks for Lacrosse

Nov 24, 2016

As we pause to celebrate Thanksgiving, US Lacrosse is grateful for a number of things, but nothing more so than our members and donors. Whether you’re one of our more than 450,000 members or one of our thousands of donors, your investment in US Lacrosse allows us to make the sport better, safer and accessible to more people. We thank you for your continued support and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Here are some personal reflections from US Lacrosse staff members on why we’re thankful for lacrosse:

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Never Forgotten: Forged in Steel

Nov 16, 2016


On Veterans Day, US Lacrosse was honored and humbled to receive a piece of steel from the World Trade Center in a special ceremony in New York City. It was the continuation of a special bond between the lacrosse community and the first responders from one of America’s darkest days.

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Mike O'Rourke Honored with Dinty Moore Service Award

Nov 14, 2016

Longtime US Lacrosse Foundation board member Michael O’Rourke was honored with the William H. “Dinty” Moore III Distinguished Service Award on Thursday night at the Harvard Club of New York City. O’Rourke served on the US Lacrosse Foundation Board for more than a decade.

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Video: The Inspiration of US Lacrosse 9/11 Memorial

Nov 11, 2016

Kris Snider, a landscape architect from Seattle and former All-American player at the University of Virginia, designed the 9/11 Memorial at US Lacrosse that honors the members of the lacrosse community that died in the terrorist attacks. In this video, he describes his inspiration for the memorial.

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Video: Highlights from Denver-Princeton on Tierney Field

Oct 21, 2016

Legendary coach Bill Tierney brought his University of Denver team to play against his old school, Princeton University, on October 15 in the first college game played on the field named in his honor — William G. Tierney Field at US Lacrosse headquarters. Tierney was the coach at Princeton from 1988 to 2009, winning six national championships, and then went west to Denver, taking over the Pioneers program in 2010. He led Denver to its first national championship in 2015. His former players led the fundraising effort to have the field named in his honor.

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