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"What a resource! Every girls' lacrosse coach in the country needs to have this book in their hands."--Diane Geppi Aikens, head women's lacrosse coach, Loyola College
"This book is what the women's lacrosse community has been waiting for! A definitive guide to all aspects of the game, it lays the foundation for success."--Cindy Timchal, head women's lacrosse coach, University of Maryland
Coach. You just volunteered to coach your daughter's lacrosse team, and you can't tell a defensive slide from an offensive set or the 12-meter fan from the restraining line. Don't despair--Coaching Girls' Lacrosse is here to help.
From your first team meeting to equipment needs to dealing with officials, Coaching Girls' Lacrosse will get you started--and keep you going. You'll learn the basics of girls' lacrosse for 6- to 12-year-olds and you'll find out how the game is changing so you can teach the universal lacrosse skills that will take your players from youth league to college and beyond. You'll be able to school your players in handling the new stick varieties and teach them innovative passing and catching techniques; progressive, relaxed cradling; and creative shots on goal. Here are all the fundamentals of safe physical play, drills for offense and defense, valuable advice about coaching style, and how to make improvement--rather than winning at any cost--the goal of your season. Before you know it, you'll be coaching players who are moving, learning, gaining confidence, and most of all, having fun.
"A great resource for youth coaches at all levels. I am especially impressed with the attention given to the rules of the game." --Pat Dillon, Rules Chair, US Lacrosse
Janine Tucker has been the head women's lacrosse coach at nationally ranked Johns Hopkins University and the director of the Johns Hopkins All-Star Girls' Lacrosse Camp for ten years. She was an All-American lacrosse player for Loyola College and is a member of the Loyola College Athletic Hall of Fame.
Maryalice Yakutchik teaches journalism and creative writing at Loyola College and is a freelance journalist. She played varsity lacrosse for Temple University, was assistant women's lacrosse coach at Kutztown University, and has coached youth-league girls' lacrosse for the past six years.
My 10 year old just got into lacrosse this fall. I knew nothing about the game. This book is great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeffrey C Rowe
As a first time head coach, this book was invaluable for me. It gave me the tips needed to plan and execute practices and keep the girls enthused. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Just a Guy in Boston
I have used the drills in this book to coach all levels of the women's game. From junior ball, to high school, and even college club there are drills for all. Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by Coachkristine
This may be a fine manual for coaching girls' lacrosse - I really can't say.
I got it because my high schooler has started playing lacrosse, and my wife and I (and all... Read more