Today Mark and Gordon will be diving in to the theory and execution of quick and slow restarts, new to the 2014 NFHS Rulebook.
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This week in End Caps, Mark is getting pumped for Denver 2014 and more….(03/07/14)
Today, Gordon Corsetti will be addressing the Defenseless Player rule which has been added as a 2014 rule change for boys lacrosse.
Guided by the leadership of its Sports Science and Safety Committee, US Lacrosse is providing nearly $78,000 of its $185,000 annual research budget to support three studies during its first funding cycle for 2014. Additional funding grants are expected to be announced in coming months as the national governing body fulfills its research budget for the year.
Big deals goin’ on in the US Lacrosse shop on Friday! Headphones and snapbacks are on sale! (2/28/14)
By now you’ve probably seen the 30-man roster for Team USA’s run to the World Championships this Summer in Denver. I’ll run through who made the cut officially, which players/positions saw some surprises selections or snubs, and what could be Team USA’s biggest weakness!
One of the ultimate ironies of sports occurs when coaches discipline “lazy” players by making them run.
After watching the Team USA Blue-White scrimmage a couple of times now, I’m starting to overanalyze the 23-man selections I made before the weekend, so here is my updated team, based SOLELY on the action we saw on Sunday. It’s definitely a different list than what I came up with on Thursday!
The rosters have been set for the Blue and White squads at the ninth annual Champion Challenge, which takes place on January 26th at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. US Lacrosse puts on the annual event and the Blue-White scrimmage action will be the final piece of evaluation […]
While at the 2014 US Lacrosse convention, we took in a lot of lacrosse knowledge that we would love to share with you.
Watch as Dave Pietramala, head coach of the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team, breaks down what he refers to as “The 3v2 Johns Hopkins Challenge”
Coach John Danowski of the Duke Blue Devils’ men’s lacrosse program shares his insight about some touchy topics at the 2014 US Lacrosse Convention in Philadelphia. He elaborates on what it means to be an assistant coach, how to communicate with parents and much more! As far as credibility goes, there’s not many out there more […]
While at the 2014 US Lacrosse convention, we took in a lot of lacrosse knowledge that we would love to share with you. Watch as Dave Pietramala, head coach of the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team elaborates on the importance of building stick skills.
By now you probably know that the US Lacrosse Convention, better known as #LaxCon, was in Philadelphia last weekend, and anyone who’s anyone in lacrosse was there. But after a grand old time, the inevitable end had to come…
#LaxCon has begun! The LaxAllStars boys are in Philly and taking the US Lacrosse Convention by storm. All day long we will be updating this post with updates on what’s goin’ on at #LaxCon.
The LAS crew is headed to Philly en force this weekend for the US Lacrosse Convention, so if you see us, come over, introduce yourself, and say hello! Yours truly, Jeff Brunelle, Chris Rosenthall, Billy Nguyen, and Jeff Melnik will all be in attendance, so if you’re around, keep your eyes peeled!
In November, Team USA players visited San Clemente for a boys lacrosse clinic. This past weekend, San Clemente once again played host to a US Lacrosse clinic, this time a girls clinic coached by women’s national team players. MaxLaxOC was at both events, and captured some great footage.
US Lacrosse recently released 2014 rules changes and points of emphasis for the 2014 lacrosse season. Although not a ton has changed, the US Lacrosse rules committee continues to make advances toward keeping young athletes safe while competing in a full contact sport.
The initial HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Lacrosse All-Star Classic to be held November 17 at Howard University’s Greene Stadium in Washington, D.C. The event is a doubleheader, kicking off with a high school all-star game at 1 p.m., followed by a college all-star game at 3 p.m.