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Catching Mechanics for Lacrosse

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Catching is the second half of the ball movement process. You complete this process by catching the ball when a teammate throws it to you. For example, you need to catch the ball on a ball exchange or when cutting for a feed. Read More…

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Feeding Mechanics for Lacrosse

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Feeding Mechanics is an excerpt from UMBC’s Head Coach Don Zimmerman’s new book, Men’s Lacrosse. The excerpt provides an instructional overview of how to become a complete passer and an asset to your team. Read More…

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Lacrosse Commandments Book Is Now Available


The 50 Commandments of Lacrosse is now available. Written by teacher, coach and entrepreneur, David Gardner, The Commandments of Lacrosse features 50 rules to follow to make yourself a better teammate and player of the game. Gardner stresses the basics of lacrosse while infusing a positive coaching philosophy throughout the book. This will make a great gift for a father or son. All the rules should be able to be modified for both boys and girls lax.

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Take a Shot!: A Remarkable Story of Perseverance, Friendship, and a Really Crazy Adventure


Take a Shot! is the incredible true story of how three unlikely partners—world-famous fitness icon Jake Steinfeld, former Princeton University lacrosse star Dave Morrow, and son of a TV preacher Tim Robertson—broke all the rules and beat all the odds to create Major League Lacrosse. But this book is also about friendship under fire. Read More…

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The Sharp Shooter: A Player’s Guide to the Art and Science of Lacrosse Shooting

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The Sharp Shooter is now available to order. Get an in-depth look into the art and science of lacrosse shooting, written by Joe Walters. What a perfect gift for any lacrosse enthusiast for the holidays. Joe Walters is the all-time scoring leader at the University of Maryland and a Major League Lacrosse champion. His fluid and rhythmic style of play has forever changed the game. If there’s one person I had to choose to learn from it would be Walters. All orders received by December 16th SHIP FREE! Send an email to [email protected] to request an order form.

Lacrosse – the Ancient Game


Lacrosse is getting a fresh look with the publication of “Lacrosse – the Ancient Game.” Written by Jim Calder, Ron Fletcher and Delmor Jacobs, the book has a forward by lacrosse legend Gary Gait. Gait writes: “Readers of this book will learn about the game’s growth and expansion from an exclusively Native American tradition to a truly international sport.” The book is divided into three chapters: The Oral Tradition; A Recorded History; and The Stickmaker. In addition the book is handsomely illustrated by Onondaga Artist Arnold Jacobs and David Craig.