Any question regarding lacrosse from youth to college, some professional, some history, a little women's lacrosse. While playing NCAA D-III I was also the equipment manager for the team.
Youth league lacrosse coach for 8 years Junior High lacrosse coach for 3 years High School lacrosse coach for 2 years
Played lacrosse collegiately at the NCAA D-III level for two years, and at MCLA Club level for another two years.
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That answers a lot of thoughts I had regarding your question. A first year team is very challenging to a coach. There are tremendous challenges to get through just to get the team up and running. Coaches
As a coach, I get to know my players on a more personal level, and over time I learn about their playing abilities and strengths/weaknesses. I can see what position a player based on his whole profile
Great question. You're right that there are a great many more Candadian players in the NLL and Americans in the MLL. This is for a couple of reasons. The biggest reason is because Canada has not one
Good to hear you've gotten hooked on lacrosse, it's amazing sport to watch and even more so to play, it's easy to grab a stick and just throw around to start! Lacrosse teams are similar to soccer and
Mesh gets very baggy and much more stretchy when wet. With goalie mesh that effect is huge just because there's so much more mesh. My first tip would be to have her adjust her throwing style to compensate