By Jordan Beech, Head Coach, Oklahoma Baptist University @OBU_Lacrosse Are you listening to respond, or listening to comprehend? I’ll give you a moment to think about it. I think you can look at our current national discourse to know that by and large we are all listening more to simply give a response instead of… Read More Listen to Comprehend
By Jane Karger, Head Coach, Drew University @DrewWLAX Unique. Intense. Misunderstood. Out there. Goofy. “I don’t have enough of them,” or “I have too many of them.” All things said about goalies. Some may be true; some may be stereotypes that have occurred at one point or another. We’ve all had experiences with teammates who… Read More Goalies Are People Too
Kathryn Egizi, Head Coach, Emerson College @ECwomensLAX We sat around a table in a one-room office filled with racks and boxes of sweatshirts, t-shirts, and sneakers. All of our eyes were on the woman addressing the group telling a story about why a coach from Boston needed uniforms for her girls’ basketball team. The coach… Read More Running to Empower Girls in Underserved Communities through Sports
A Coaches Guide for Getting Re-Inspired By Corinne Desrosiers, Head Coach, Florida Tech @FloridaTechWLAX Maybe re-inspired is the wrong word. Re-energized? Refreshed? Restored? It’s like when the season is over in May, and however good or bad it went – you need a break. Maybe you get away for a vacation before camps start. Maybe… Read More Halfway Through the Season… Really? Only Halfway?