• 3 Tips For Faster Shooting

    Watch Mike Sawyer absolutely rip a 114mph shot. Pay close attention to how he generates power using his whole body during the wind up and follow through.

    Lacrosse is one of the world's oldest sports with its origins deeply rooted in North America. This sport also provides a way for many young men and women to achieve an athletic scholarship. One of the most coveted characteristics of college scouts is shot speed, because college goalies are so much faster. The following exercises will add some speed to your shot to help aspiring student-athletes can continue their education and lacrosse careers. Read More

  • From the Sidelines: Sportsmanship Rules for Parents

    Few things in life can be more rewarding than watching your kids and your friends' kids compete on a lacrosse pitch while playing a strong game. Too often, however, parents and coaches find themselves emotionally engaged in the outcome of the game, or the performance of a child, and say or do something they (and their kids) regret. How can parents and coaches remain positive role models and employ good sportsmanship when their kids are out on the field taking hits? Read More

  • The Top 5 Lacrosse Players You Should Follow on Instagram

    Social media has helped fans connect with their favorite athletes and idols in a whole new way. This rings especially true for fans of some of the less covered sports in the world. Lacrosse has been ultra popular at a collegiate level for a long time and now the professionals are starting to make a connection with their fans. If you want to peak behind the curtain and into the lives of some amazing lacrosse players--keep reading! Read More

  • Healthy Snacks to Eat Before Lacrosse Practice

    Professional sports leagues pay trainers millions of dollars each year to study their teams' nutrition. What these nutritionists agree upon holds up well for all levels of sport: we are what we eat. Read More

  • A Brief History of the Lacrosse Stick

    Lacrosse originated as a tribal game and as a method for Native Americans to "entertain the creator”. When it was first created it was much different than the game of lacrosse that we know today. Opposing villages and tribes would play for many different reasons ranging from a spiritual form of war to a medicine game to help heal tribe members. Read More

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