By Jill Batcheller, Head Coach, Bryant University @BryantWLax Looking back, I feel so fortunate as a player both in high school (Archbishop John Carroll, PA) and in college (Syracuse University) to have been a part of teams who played for each other. Because of these teams, I learned early in my lacrosse career that teams… Read More Twenty Team Bonding Ideas
By Xeni Barakos, Head Coach, East Stroudsburg University @esulacrosse In just a few days we kick off “spring season 2018,” and I use the quotation marks because it sure as heck doesn’t feel like spring around here right now. The is one of many shockers that surprise people – when they realize lacrosse is literally… Read More The Calm Before the Storm
By Kathy Railey, Head Coach, Stevenson University @StevensonWLAX How long before Hollywood’s “Time’s Up” energy, determination, and women’s empowerment movement spill over into collegiate athletics? Watching the news and highlights from the Golden Globes and the several month’s leading up that event with an unprecedented number of sexual harassment cases in Hollywood, I couldn’t help… Read More Time’s Up – Oprah for President!
By Joe Caruso, Head Coach, Albertus Magnus College @AMCAthletics I just wanted to ring in the New Year with my story and showing my thanks to my mentors, the people that got me into coaching girl’s/women’s lacrosse and all the people that have helped me along the way. My story is a typical one. A… Read More The Importance of Mentors
By Rachel Hickey, Assistant Coach, Wesleyan University @wesleyan_wlax “Are you listening?” is a question I am sure every one of you have heard for as long as you can remember. Coaches broadcast this inquiry to their teams way too often and most teachers ask their classes this more than they would like. Although this idea… Read More The Art of Listening