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Hot Pot: Rethinking The Game

6 - Published April 17, 2013 by in Hot Pot, Training

I don’t know what it is about the year 2013 for me, but something is different. Maybe it’s just that I’m older now, or that I’m coaching and writing more than ever. Perhaps I’ve just been exposed to “enough” lacrosse at this point in my life. The point is, I can’t help but look at the game a little differently now, and this becomes more true day by day.

3 Keys To Becoming The Best Lacrosse Middie

Three Keys To Becoming The Best Lacrosse Midfielder

3 - Published April 4, 2012 by in Training

Do you want to be a GREAT lacrosse midfielder? Connor Wilson talks to Max Seibald, Peet Poillon, Sean Lindsay and Jay Jalbert about what qualities make for a great middie, and how YOU too can become one of the best.

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The Recent Syracuse – Johns Hopkins Game Was NOT Boring

7 - Published March 21, 2011 by in College

Do you think the Syracuse – Johns Hopkins Lacrosse game from this weekend was boring? Connor Wilson couldn’t disagree with you more.

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The Right Way To Play Lacrosse – ALL YOU NEED IS ONE RULE

20 - Published March 8, 2011 by in College, Training

Connor Wilson is claiming that with one simple change in philosophy, teams can improve drastically. And it starts with the coaches! Does this theory hold any water whatsoever? If you disagree, knock Connor down a peg or two… but this seems pretty solid!