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From Athlete to Coach

When I got to college on a lacrosse scholarship, admittedly I was confused. The sport was still relatively new to me, as I had spent most of my life doing

Journey to Italy; A Love for the Game

“Are you here for business or for pleasure?” Thats always been a hard question to answer at the customs line. I mean, technically I’m staying with my family in Cusano (a

Lacrosse Team Chemistry

Every championship team has great team chemistry, but what about the championship quality teams that struggle to work together? Teams have an unspoken connection on the field and this is

Outback Adventure

It all started with an urge to check my school email one night after a late practice. I don’t know what the sudden urge to check it was but I

The Game

As I entered middle school I became burnt out with soccer, a sport I had played since I was eight years old. I took a look at my father, brother,

A Guide to the Women’s Lacrosse Lifestyle

I had known what lacrosse was…well Men’s Lacrosse. I threw the ball around with some of my guy friends in middle school and knew the basics. Then one day I

World Cup: China vs Colombia

Our first meeting with Team China was during an official scrimmage, just two days into the World Cup. Both teams were coming off some tough opening game losses as first

Why Kilts?

Not so long ago, women used to play lacrosse in kilts. Not the elastic, moisture wicking, athletic material “kilts” you see as part of uniforms these days, but plaid, pleated,

Hydration and Lacrosse

Hydration. I’m sure you’ve heard about how important it is for you, and it’s true it is! Water is the most important nutrient in the body. It makes up 55-60%