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A great coach is a valuable commodity. At any level, from that of our youth to national teams, a great coach can be the difference between disappointing performance and the highest levels of success. A great coach also guides athletes to better lives off the field, and serves as another type of educator in life. So what makes a great coach, and is there anything that makes someone a great coach within the sport of lacrosse?
The 1907 Wooden Lacrosse Stick is something extremely special. It's incredibly rare, important to the history of the game as far as patents go, and it's a serious piece of art work! Welcome to Traditional Thursday!
This 8th grader plays varsity lacrosse, and he dominates! Meet David Garcia, who played varsity lacrosse on lacrosse-crazy Long Island.
To focus on the stick of a pro or top level college player too much is a mistake for sure. So how can you get away from caring about your actual stick so much, and start to focus on your stick skills? I've got one simple tip that you may find bizarre, but that you will also love once you try it.
Nine teams entered and nine teams left the NLL Draft last night. But who WON the NLL Draft on Monday night? Who drafted the best players? Who addressed immediate needs? Who is drafting towards the future? Did any of the teams have a terrible draft? It's time to look through the picks and break down each team's selections!
I'm breaking down the in's and out's of the NEW Traditional Head from TLAX! That sidewall, that beautiful sidewall!
It's Friday and the news is coming in hot and heavy! So heavy that we had to create a Friday News Blast post, and we're combining it with a Video Explosion. We've got new pro teams, big time pro lacrosse players retiring, a lacrosse-only college stadium for a big time D1 program, and much, much more! It's go time. Let's get right into this!
On Monday the NLL Draft will take place. Who are some of the top picks for 2014-15? Which teams have big holes to fill? Who is only going to get better with a new draft class? With only nine teams, the average talent level is already high in the NLL, who's going to take it higher?