The Most Important Lesson I Learned in My First Role as a Head Coach

By Lisa Evans, Head Coach, La Roche University  @LaRocheRedhawks The 2016-2017 academic year was my first year as a collegiate head coach. What a learning experience that was. So many unexpected challenges. So many new adventures. So many emotions. I learned something new every… single… day. I have so much respect for those who have… Read More The Most Important Lesson I Learned in My First Role as a Head Coach

Take The Time

By Mallory Ferrandiz, Head Coach, Lake Erie College  @lakeeriewlax We all know being a coach is time consuming. It is a profession where you take your work home. Each division or level of coaching experiences their own unique set of hardships. At Lake Erie, it’s just me and a graduate assistant. There is A LOT… Read More Take The Time

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

Remembering Our Why

By Jenna Handshoe, Head Coach, Presbyterian College  @PCWomensLax It is another year and another IWLCA Annual Meeting has come and gone. Every year, we find ourselves sitting through the various coaches’ presentations, business sessions, and professional development presentations. Every year we have that one take away that we sit and ponder on, then next thing… Read More Remembering Our Why

Patience and Love

By Josh Hexter, Head Coach, Elon University  @ElonWLax There is so much in life that require patience and love. Like… um… everything!  One of my former players, Stef Sparks Smith, used to tell her teammates to have patience and love all the time. Little did I know how profound those words really were and just… Read More Patience and Love