When Plans Go Wrong

By Erica Brown, Head Coach, Tiffin University  @Dragon_Lacrosse As coaches, we cannot control everything no matter how hard we try. We are planners; from practices, to film breakdowns, to scouting reports, to game plans, away trips, recruiting classes, gear orders. Everything is planned down to the year, month, minute and second. What happens when all… Read More When Plans Go Wrong

It’s a Journey Not a Destination: 5 tips for getting your mind ready for success in collegiate lacrosse

By Kate Leavell, Head Coach, Adams State University, @ASUGrizzlies Years of stress about getting recruited, getting seen, getting playing time, getting recognized and getting offers has players entering the collegiate playing world in a broken mindset. The end result of all that drive is not the social media declaration or the day you’re handed a… Read More It’s a Journey Not a Destination: 5 tips for getting your mind ready for success in collegiate lacrosse

How Lucky Are We?

By Jordan Christopher, Assistant Coach, Quinnipiac University @QU_WLAX “The harder you work, the luckier you get.” This quote is one that I have referenced many times as both a lacrosse player and now as a coach. Throughout my life, people have often said to me “you are so lucky,” when talking about both my playing… Read More How Lucky Are We?