By Steve Wagner, Head Coach, The College at Brockport, @Bportwlax I move a yellow ball from one end of the field to the other. I am simply a cog in the wheel of the machine that is college athletics. Most colleges look at my position as women’s lacrosse coach simply as an extension of the… Read More Moving A Yellow Ball
By Paul McCord, Associate Head Coach, Jacksonville University, @JUWLAX If you haven’t seen this clip of long-time NFL coach Herman Edwards yet, it’s worth watching. I know Herm likes to sound off, but the underlying message here is a good one. Teams are not about you, yet your role on the team is so important.… Read More EVERYONE has a ROLE on the team!
[Editor’s Note: From time to time we will feature a short Q&A with an IWLCA member coach. The format will be one question about lacrosse, one question about life, and one fun question.] Q&A with Amy Bokker, Head Coach, Stanford University, @StanfordWLax 1 – What’s the biggest difference between the “east coast” lacrosse scene and… Read More Three Questions for Amy Bokker
By Karen Emas Borbee, head coach, Swarthmore College, @Swat_Wlax If you have ever been involved in the college athletic recruiting process, you have probably heard someone mention the “broken leg test.” It’s more of a mental check than an actual test. You are supposed to ask yourself, “If I break my leg and can no… Read More The Importance of “The Broken Leg Test”