Archive for March, 2011
The Lacrosse world is amped and ready to cheer on their favorite team at the third annual Big City Classic!
College fans from across the nation will converge on the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday, April 3, 2011. This exciting tripleheader begins with Rutgers Scarlet Knights‘ strong attack and solid defense back going head-to-head with the experienced defense of St. John’s Red Storm.
Game 2 offers fans the opportunity to witness the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays senior attackmen Kyle Wharton and Chris Boland as they take on the North Carolina. The Tar Heels are eager to showcase their More >
Coaching a sports team is a special type of journey that few actually get the pleasure of experiencing. The role involves incredible responsibility and will have a far-reaching impact on the lives of your players. Your approach can help the kids develop a passion for the game or can stifle their desire to ever pick up a stick again.
Which Type of Coach Are You?
The Leader The Leader is the type of coach that the kids respond to because they command trust and respect. This type of coach sets the example from the beginning and continues to set the pace and tone More >
All too often, we complain about how inactive this generation has become. With all the technological options keeping so many occupied, it’s refreshing to still see so many kids at the local baseball field, hockey rink, gymnasium or swimming pool. These parents have done a great thing by keeping their kids active!
Right after sign ups, parents scramble around for the proper equipment… which, of course is necessary to keep them safe. So, we’ve addressed the outside… let’s work to get the inside healthy! It’s a well known fact that athletes require a special diet to fuel their activity. Much like More >