Lacrosse Newsletter Issue #23 June 10 2022Jun 10, 2022
Lacrosse Newsletter Issue #23 June 10 2022
Warm welcome to the 23rd edition of the Lacrosse Newsletter!
Every week we will publish an edition of the newsletter that will include:
- Upcoming Events
- Upcoming Game Schedules
- Game Scores
- Top Stories
- Game Highlights
- Top Social Posts
USA Lacrosse Youth Nationals
FREDERICA, DE | July 12-13, 2022
2022 WORLD LACROSSE
WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
June 29 - July 9, 2022
Towson, Maryland, USA
2022 World Lacrosse Men's U21 World Championship https://www.worldlax2022.com/
WORLD LACROSSE FORMS PARTNERSHIP WITH NATIONAL CENTER FOR TRANSGENDER EQUALITY TO CREATE TRANS-INCLUSIVE PARTICIPATION POLICY [ARTICLE]
BUFFALO WINS THRILLER OVER COLORADO [ARTICLE]
THE COLORADO MAMMOTH’S JOURNEY TO THE NLL FINALS [ARTICLE]
MAMMOTH AND BANDITS KNOW WHAT’S ON THE LINE IN GAME 2 OF THE NLL FINALS [ARTICLE]
How do the Archers create offense in Ament’s absence? [ARTICLE]
Head-to-Head Matchup Preview: Rexrode vs. Lyle [ARTICLE]
The Weekend Preview: Teat vs. Thompson [ARTICLE]
Chrome defense stifles Redwoods in 12-3 victory [ARTICLE]
Went to the Final Four, Tewaaraton & PLL Opening Weekend in 7 Days
Introducing the PLL App [ARTICLE]
USA Lacrosse News [READ HERE]
USA Lacrosse Convention Content Available [ARTICLE]
To access or purchase the courses, visit learning.uslacrosse.org (an online account with USA Lacrosse is required regardless of membership status).
Here’s a full list of sessions included in the bundle:
Amy Altig - Goal Keeping
Karen Blaine and Gordon Corsetti - Fitness Fatigue
Timothy Bohdan - Comparison of Officiating Accuracy for Six Major Sports Including Lacrosse
Ryan Boyle - Power Play and Man-Down - Penalty Kill
Rick Burton - The Power of Inclusive Leadership
Anne Carr - Eating Healthy and Staying Fit on the Run
Bruce Casagrande - How to Build Youth Own Offense and Win 80% of Your Games: A Tribute to Jack Kaley
Brendan Cullinan - No One Alone on an Island
John Danowski - Be Good at Everything
Brandon Davis - Practice Planning: Know Your WHY
Lissa Flickert - Rough and Dangerous Play
Stephen Gajewski - Backer Zone Defense in Girls’ Lacrosse
Ian Garrison - Breaking into Box Lacrosse Officiating
Keith Glock - Decoding Simultaneous Fouls
Amber Hill - Women’s Box Lacrosse
Nate Hoeckelman - Lessons from the Sidelines and Wearing Stripes
Joe Keegan - Lacrosse by the Numbers
Matt Kimsey - Next Generation Coaching
Lars Keil - Making Adjustments: Practical Fixes to Unexpected Issues
Shawn Maloney - Wheelchair Lacrosse Skills Demo
Marc Mancinelli - Developing Lacrosse IQ: A Learning Centered Approach to Coaching
Nick Myers - Building a Team
Tim Reidy - The Lacrosse Field is our Classroom: Backward Design Practice Planning
Cathy Russo - Stump the Ump; The Sequel Again
Frank Rogers - Developing an All-Around Player
Phil Schneider - 5 is Stronger than 1: Building Team Defense
Taylor Sindall - Recruiting Do’s and Don’ts for Players and Coaches
Colleen Spiegelhoff - Working with Higher-Rated Officials
Regy Thorpe - Box Drills and Skills for Boys/Girls of All Ages
Janine Tucker - Ride Like Your Hair is on Fire
Lisa Volland - Sportsmanship
COLLEGE MEN [READ HERE]
COLLEGE WOMEN [READ HERE]
Lax Allstars News [READ HERE]
MLAX DI News [READ]
MLAX DII News [READ]
MLAX DIII News [READ]
WLAX News [READ]
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