4 results for tag: College

College Players Earn Their Stripes

By Brian Logue Liz Brush As lacrosse continues to grow, the need for qualified officials grows hand-in-hand with the jump in participation. And who better to officiate the game than the people who have played it? That’s the thought of US Lacrosse and the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association, and both groups are working with ... More

3 Tips for Identifying College Fit

By Ryan Boyle | @TrilogyLacrosse John Strohsacker During the introductory meeting at the 2015 Trilogy Middle School Aces East, I presented one of our players with a hypothetical premise. Would you go to a school where you are guaranteed to win a national championship but never step on the field? His answer — no — was simple and confident despite the ... More

How to Navigate the College Lacrosse Camp Matrix

By Kate Hickman | @BalanceLacrosse Joe Koshollek The recruiting cycle is a maze. Players are inundated with invitations to college clinics, camps and prospect days. They can’t play in all of them, nor can their parents afford it. So how do we navigate the matrix? Here’s some help. College Clinics What are they? Short, two- to three-hour ... More

NCAA Report: Lacrosse is Fastest-Growing College Sport

By Lane Errington | @Lane_Errington Marc Piscotty Lacrosse is the fastest-growing college sport in the nation, according to the annual NCAA Sports Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report released Thursday. Growth across men’s and women’s lacrosse across all NCAA divisions notably outpaced all other sports from 2000-2014. Participation in ... More