Michael Ward returns with a column discussing the pros and cons of youth lacrosse, travel lacrosse, and high school lacrosse programs.
Get in front of college coaches and seen by the college you want to attend with a Prospect Day. Many colleges around the country hold prospect days each year, giving high school lacrosse players the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of college coaches. Many of the prospect days not only have the host school coaches in attendance, but also feature coaches from surrounding college programs.
As part of this week’s show, I try to find out if the old adage of ‘speed can’t be taught’ is true. I talk with Colin Quay, owner and President of Elite Athlete Training Services in Rockville, Maryland. Colin is a good friend of mine and I’ve known him for 10 years and he’s been… Read More
Getting that scholarship to play Division I. It’s the dream for a lot of athletes playing sports. But what is the reality? There are a lot of factors that go into earning that scholarship, and your play on the high school lacrosse field is just one part. College coaches look at grades, community involvement, character… Read More
Everyone makes mistakes. It’s part of being human, but making the big mistakes at the wrong time can be the difference between being in the lineup or being on the bench. What are some of the biggest mistakes high school lacrosse coaches see players make? Read and don’t repeat. Related: 5 Tips to Be a… Read More
You want to play on your high school lacrosse team. Where do you start? Maybe you’ve had a lacrosse stick in your hand since you could walk. Or maybe you found the game in middle school or during your freshman year of high school and feel in love with the sport. No matter what… Read More