By Stephanie Allen, Head Coach, Binghamton University @BinghamtonWLAX The best advice I have received as a coach, especially as the head coach of a relatively young program, is to start at the bottom and focus on building a strong foundation. I was told from countless colleagues that the attention should be put on your culture… Read More The Importance of Culture
By Janine Tucker, Head Coach, Johns Hopkins University @HopkinsLacrosse The idea was to run a free lacrosse clinic for Baltimore City middle school girls. Simple enough, right? We knew we would have some great participants. Our Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse team has a wonderful relationship with Commodore John Rodgers School through our involvement with Harlem… Read More Anatomy of a Powerful Day
By Pat McCabe, Head Coach, Adelphi University @Adelphi_WLAX Since taking the job as Head Coach of the Adelphi University Women’s Lacrosse team, I get asked many questions. These questions are of a wide variety, with the most common being “What’s it like coaching girls?” I have to admit, if you had asked me this question… Read More What’s It Like Coaching Women (They’re Not Girls)?
By Amanda St. Cyr ’19, University of Mary Washington, @UMWLAX To the athlete with Type 1 Diabetes… As you may already know, competing with Type 1 Diabetes can be both a frustrating experience and a test of your character on a daily basis. Although I have had very positive experiences while being a Type 1… Read More Balancing Lacrosse and Diabetes