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Verona High School Lacrosse Seeking Head Girls Coach
08/17/2016
The Verona Lacrosse Club, located just outside of Madison, WI, is...
Heritage Christian High School Boy's Varsity Lacrosse Coach
08/17/2016
Duties: Heritage Christian High School is seeking applications for...
WLF Membership Registration
08/16/2016
UPDATE: WLF Members still not registered: Arrowhead Girls...
De Pere Girls Lacrosse Seeking Coaches
08/16/2016
The De Pere Lacrosse Club is seeking a Coach...
Hudson Lacrosse seeking JV Coaches
08/16/2016
Hudson Area Lacrosse is currently searching for following...
Madison Westside seeking HS Boys Head Coach
08/16/2016
Madison Westside Lacrosse Club - High School Varsity Boys...
De Pere Lacrosse in Search of Assistant Coach
07/22/2016
The De Pere Lacrosse Club is seeking an assistant...
2016 US Lacrosse Girl's Awards - Wisconsin Chapter
07/01/2016
2016 US Lacrosse Girl’s Awards, Wisconsin Chapter   All...
2016 US Lacrosse Boys Awards, Wisconsin Chapter
07/01/2016
2016 US Lacrosse Boys Awards, Wisconsin Chapter All American Dominic...
US Lacrosse Membership Dues Increase
06/20/2016
Wisconsin State Lacrosse Championships Results
06/13/2016
Finals Boys D1   1 2 3 4 OT Final...

06/13/2016
Waukesha, WI – June 11, 2016 – The Wisconsin Lacrosse...
Posting Off-Season Opportunities on WLF Website
03/13/2016
Off-Season Opportunities on WLF Website WLF has created an offseason...
Role of Parents
02/22/2012
Please continue to follow these positive points and help us all...
 
Verona High School Lacrosse Seeking Head Girls Coach

The Verona Lacrosse Club, located just outside of Madison, WI, is seeking a qualified, enthusiastic, committed Head Coach for its High School Girls’ program. The coach will find a winning program with motivated athletes within a club with a long, rich history.

A successful candidate will have high ethical standards, strong leadership skills, finely tuned organizational and time management skills, and effective communication skills as the coach will work with the club organization, the high school Athletic Director, the club age level director, team parents, and coaches within the club.

The successful candidate will have a clearly defined coaching philosophy, a demonstrated passion for the game, and be willing to take new and advanced players to the next level. We hope the candidate will have previously played lacrosse in college as well have some previous coaching experience at the high school level.

 

We expect our head coach to:

Be a program builder and visionary for all levels, all the way down to our third graders

Hire assistant coaches

Manage inventory and be budget savvy

Schedule games, tournaments, and practice facilities

Work with HS AD to oversee student athletes’ academic performance and code of conduct

Facilitate the college bound player’s aspirations

Serve as a positive role model

Be mindful of injury prevention and management

Adhere to Positive Coaching Alliance guidelines

The paid position requires fall out-of-season prep and limited winter player contact/practices that all leads up to an exciting, competitive spring season which usually ends mid-June, hopefully with a State Championship title!

If you think you could bring all this and more to our club, please send your resume, a handful of references, and a letter articulating why you think you are a good fit to HS Age Level Director, .

Learn more about our club at veronalacrosse.com


by posted 08/17/2016
Heritage Christian High School Boy's Varsity Lacrosse Coach

Duties: Heritage Christian High School is seeking applications for Boy’s Lacrosse Coach. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, recruitment of qualified student-athletes, scheduling, practice and game preparation, assist in the successful management of the Boy’s Lacrosse budget, fundraising and support student-athlete academic success. Candidate will work to develop a positive atmosphere for the lacrosse program and Heritage Christian High School.

Qualifications: Playing or coaching experience and Bachelor’s degree. Valid driver’s license. Huge passion of the game of Lacrosse. Candidate to be knowledgeable about our mission and to make a positive contribution to that mission.

Participation in a sport at Heritage provides daily opportunities for students to grow in their walk with God by experiencing struggles, failures, successes, and relationships in the context of a Biblical framework. We believe our well-rounded athletic program offers positive values, attitudes, and inspiration for every area of a student's life. We offer athletic opportunities for students at all levels of ability, from intramural matches to serious competitions with top Wisconsin college private and public schools.

Contact:
Bob Shannon
Athletic Director
Phone: (262) 432-0621
Email: 
www.heritagechristianschools.org/lacrosse

Heritage Christian High School
3500 S Glen Park Rd
New Berlin, WI 53151


by posted 08/17/2016
WLF Membership Registration

UPDATE:

WLF Members still not registered:

Arrowhead Girls HS
DC Everest Boys HS
DeForest Boys HS, Girls HS, Girls Youth
Franklin Girls HS
Green Bay Metro Boys HS
Heritage Christian Boys HS
Homestead Boys HS, Girls HS
Madison Eastside Boys HS, Girls HS, Boys Youth
Madison Westside Boys HS, Boys Youth
Middleton Boys HS, Girls HS
Milwaukee Lakeshore Boys HS
Milwaukee Northshore Boys Youth
NCW Girls HS
Notre Dame Academy Boys HS
Oneida Boys HS, Boys Youth
Ozaukee Girls HS, Boys Youth, Girls Youth
St. John's Boys HS
Sun Prairie Boys HS
Tomah Boys HS
Waukesha Girls Youth
Waunakee Girls HS, Boys Youth, Girls Youth
Wausau Boys HS, Boys Youth
Wauwatosa Girls HS
West Bend

Boys HS, Boys Youth

 

BALLOT CLOSES AUGUST 28


The WLF Board is an integral part of governing lacrosse in Wisconsin. This is your opportunity to have a say to who is on that Board.

Membership registration will not only give you the opportunity to participate in the election, but also your contact information will be used to deliver important WLF news and announcements, including meeting agenda and minutes. If you are the person within your organization that should be considered the member representative, please continue reading.

PLEASE VERIFY WITH YOUR CLUB/TEAM LEADERSHIP THAT YOU ARE INEED THE INDIVIDUAL REPRESENTING THE MEMBER. READ BELOW FOR DEFINITION. DUPLICATE REGISTRATIONS WILL VOID BOTH REGISTRATIONS.

Below you will find the instructions for registering to be a WLF Member. This registration will be open throughout the election process, which ends August 28. Please follow the instructions for your own registration.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact WLF Secretary Dave Wollin, .

 

WLF Membership Registration <<<<< Click here

 

  1. Register as the WLF Member. Only one registration per member allowed.

    Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Bylaws Article 1, Section 1.03 Membership
    Membership of the WLF shall consist of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Board of Directors in office from time to time, who are active members of U.S. Lacrosse, Inc. and those lacrosse programs in Wisconsin that compete under the guidance of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation, being defined by the level of competition of teams and a single team within a school or club. These competition levels are boys’ high school, girls’ high school, boys’ youth and girls’ youth.
    Example: If a program supports boys’ high school teams (JV, varsity or both), and girls’ high school team (JV, varsity or both), that program would consist of two Members of the WLF. If a program supports boys’ high school, girls’ high school, boys’ youth (senior, junior, bantam or all) and girls’ youth, that program would consist of four Members.

    1. Enter your email address and password.

    2. If you have never registered, create an account by clicking the green button
       NOTE: Many Wisconsin Lacrosse members already have an account on the WLF website. If you have received emails from us, but have never entered into your account, enter your email address on the left and click the “Forgot Password” link.

  2. Complete all the account information, click the Submit button.

Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Bylaws Article 1, Section 1.03 Membership
Program members must be identified and contact information on file with the WLF Secretary no later than August 1 of each year.
 

  1. On the Membership Registration Page

    1. Enter your US Lacrosse Membership Number.

    2. Select the League for which your program plays.

    3. Select the WLF Member Program you are registering for.

    4. If you are registering for multiple Members within a program, i.e. Boys HS and Boys Youth, select one from the drop down, then enter the others in the field provided.

    5. If you are a WLF Board Member and a Program Member, you must register separately for each.

  2. Click the Submit Button.

BALLOT CLOSES AUGUST 28.


by posted 08/16/2016
De Pere Girls Lacrosse Seeking Coaches
The De Pere Lacrosse Club is seeking a Coach and/or Assistant Coach to help develop the Girls lacrosse program.  Candidates should have at least 1 year of experience coaching at any level as well as significant playing experience at the high school level (college level playing experience is preferred).  Level I certification is required.  A qualified Coach will be in charge of the Varsity and Junior Varsity program including practice and game management, player development, and communications with players/families. The Assistant Coach will help coach both the Varsity and Junior Varsity squads, aid in the development of practice plans, and assist with the general management of the program.  The season begins in March and continues through the high school playoffs that begins in June.  
Please direct inquiries to 

by posted 08/16/2016
Hudson Lacrosse seeking JV Coaches

Hudson Area Lacrosse is currently searching for following coaching positions:
JV Head coach and JV assistant coach

Varsity is also searching for a second assistant coach

If interested please contact Jake Johnson 715-690-4570   or Roger Heath 651-755-2777   

 

by posted 08/16/2016
Madison Westside seeking HS Boys Head Coach

Madison Westside Lacrosse Club - High School Varsity Boys Head Coach (paid)

We hope to fill the position by the end of September and are looking for a minimum two year commitment.

Contact: Steve Johnson (608) 354-6758 (stevenm.johnson@hotmail.com)


by posted 08/16/2016
De Pere Lacrosse in Search of Assistant Coach

The De Pere Lacrosse Club is seeking an assistant coach to help develop a program that enters its 10th year in the spring.  Candidates should have at least 1 year of experience coaching at any level as well as significant playing experience at the high school level (college level playing experience is preferred).  Level I certification is required.  The assistant coach will help coach both the varsity and junior varsity squads, aid in the development of practice plans, and assist with the general management of the program.  The season beings in March and continues through the high school playoff that being in June.  Practices typically begin at 5:30pm.

Contact Chris Dahlke for more information. (deperelacrosse@gmail.com)


by posted 07/22/2016
2016 US Lacrosse Girl's Awards - Wisconsin Chapter

2016 US Lacrosse Girl’s Awards, Wisconsin Chapter

 

All American

Abby Drake * Attack * Middleton High School ‘17

Isabella Mandli * Midfield * Whitefish Bay High School ‘17

Daryl Perry * Defense * University School of Milwaukee ‘16

Caroline Tjarksen * Midfield * Arrowhead High School ’16

 

All Academic

Gabrielle Ballweg * Defense * Middleton High School ‘17

Lindsay Bertram * Defense * Arrowhead High School ‘16

Madeleine Eppli * Midfield * Whitefish Bay High School ‘16

Gwyneth O'Connell * Defense * Whitefish Bay High School ‘16

 

Jackie Pitts Award

Madeleine Eppli * Midfield * Whitefish Bay High School ‘16

 

Coach of the Year

Coach Meredith Donaldson * WNS

2016 Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Girl’s Award Winners

Player of the Year

Caroline Tjarksen *Midfield * Arrowhead High School ’16

 

WLF All-State First Team

Abby Drake * Attack * Middleton High School ‘17

Emily Dvorak * Attack * Arrowhead High School ‘17

Brook Uihlein * Attack * University School of Milwaukee ‘18

 

Chinatsu Garey * Midfield * Sun Prairie High School ‘18

Brayden Maass * Midfield * Sun Prairie High School ‘16

Eleanor Mackey * Midfield * Middleton High School ‘18

Isabella Mandli * Midfield * Whitefish Bay High School ‘17

Callie Tjarksen * Midfield * Arrowhead High School ‘16

 

Lindsay Bertram * Defense * Arrowhead High School ‘16

Steph Jarosz * Defense * Middleton High School ‘16

Daryl Perry * Defense * University School of Milwaukee ‘16

 

Lia Oren * Goalie * Nicolet High School ‘18

 

WLF All-State Honorable Mention

Maddie Eppli * Midfield * Whitefish Bay High School ‘16

Alex Ventress * Defense * University School of Milwaukee ‘17


by posted 07/01/2016
2016 US Lacrosse Boys Awards, Wisconsin Chapter


US Lacrosse

2016 US Lacrosse Boys Awards, Wisconsin Chapter

All American

Dominic Haight * Midfield * Catholic Memorial High School ‘16

Anthony Kennin * Goalie * Homestead High School ‘16

Jake Keyes * Attack * Verona Area High School ‘17

Will Kirkpatrick * Midfield *Arrowhead High School ‘16

Logan Kreinz * Midfield * Kettle Moraine High School ‘17

Jordan Schmid * Midfield * Kettle Moraine High School ‘17

 

All Academic

Mitchell Bacon * Attack * Middleton High School ‘16

Riley Collins * Midfield * Oregon High School ‘16

Conner Finnegan * Midfield * Edgewood High School ‘17

Dominic Haight * Midfield * Catholic Memorial High School ‘16

Nick Scharrer * Defense * Catholic Memorial High School ‘16

Nicholas Tennessen * Midfield * Brookfield East High School ‘17

 

Bob Scott Award

Dominic Haight * Midfield * Catholic Memorial High School ‘16

 

Coach of the Year

Coach Nate Lutterman * Verona Area High School

2016 Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Boy's Award Winners

Player of the Year

Anthony Kennin * Goalie * Homestead High School ‘16

 

WLF All-State First Team - Division 1

Connor Fernandes * Attack * Franklin High School ‘16

Noah May * Attack * Arrowhead High School ‘16

Jake Keyes * Attack * Verona Area High School ‘17

 

Will Kirkpatrick * Midfield * Arrowhead High School ‘16

Logan Kreinz * Midfield * Kettle Moraine High School ‘17

Jonny Langenfeld * Midfield * Marquette University High School ‘17

 

Ethan Arnett * Defense * Arrowhead High School ‘16

Matthew Kuhn * Defense * Marquette University High School ‘17

David Romens * Defense * Verona Area High School ‘16

 

Hunter Huth * LSM * Arrowhead High School ‘16

 

Anthony Kennin * Goalie * Homestead High School ‘16

 

WLF All-State First Team - Division 2

Tanner Gutche * Attack * Stoughton High School ‘17

Dominic Haight * Midfield * Catholic Memorial High School ‘16

Patrick McKnight * Defense * Catholic Memorial High School ‘16

Jack Anderson * Goalie * Stoughton High School ‘17


by posted 07/01/2016
US Lacrosse Membership Dues Increase


by posted 06/20/2016
Wisconsin State Lacrosse Championships Results

Finals

Boys D1

 

1

2

3

4

OT

Final

Hudson

3

1

3

5

 

12

Kettle Moraine

3

4

1

4

1

13

Scoring: Hudson: Reece (3), Tripicchio (2) Danielson (3), Quade, Gornick, Cole, Beckman

               KM: Hotckiss (2), Kreinz (4), Schmid (3), Bender (2), Psicihulis, Murphy,

 

Saves: Hudson:  Madden 11  KM: Shaver 5

 

Boys D2

 

1

2

3

4

Final

Catholic Memorial

3

3

4

3

13

Stoughton

2

2

0

1

5

Scoring: CMH: Morrision (5), Gronowski (2), Akre (2), Else (2), Haight, Rossi

               STO: Gross (3), Gutche, Onsager

 

Saves: CMH Gentile 13, STO Anderson 6

 

Girls

 

1

2

Final

Arrowhead

8

6

14

WNS

4

5 9

Scoring: AHS Dvorak (4), Tjarksen (3), Skaggs (2), Chatam (2), Truttschel, Kroeniger, Hahn

               WNS Eppi (4), Elliott (2), Weber, Tazala, Mandli

Saves:  AHS 13 – WNS  13 


by posted 06/13/2016

Waukesha, WI – June 11, 2016 – The Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation today announced the inaugural members of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Hall of Fame at the State Championship Games held at Carroll University.

 

Ken Bice – Contributor

A key force in organizing some of the earliest Madison lacrosse teams, Ken Bice recruited and scheduled officials for the Madison Area Lacrosse Association, help formalize the Verona Lacrosse Club and organized Madison’s first youth select team. Ken also officiated and mentored new youth officials until 2010. Though now retired from any direct activities, Ken wants everyone to know he continues to honor the game, teams and officials, from his spectator seat and plans to for years to come.

 

Robin Buckley – Contributor

If you’ve played boy’s lacrosse in Wisconsin in the past 18 years, chances are you have crossed paths with Robin Buckley. Through his tireless passion for lacrosse, Robin has been a true evangelist for our game. A founding member of the WLF and the Milwaukee Area Youth Lacrosse Association, Robin has served as an official, leader, skills trainer and college and high school coach. Recognized with the Youth Excellence Award for growing the game by US Lacrosse, Robin is currently the head coach of the Wauwatosa Boys High School Lacrosse program and takes his select teams to tournaments around the country.

 

Sid Flanders – Official

Easily the most recognizable boy’s lacrosse official in Wisconsin. Sid Flanders is a founding member of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Officials Association where he has served in various leadership and training roles. Known for his relentless work effort, Sid has spent tireless hours promoting, recruiting, training and retaining officials across Wisconsin. Sid is currently the Sub District Coordinator to US Lacrosse and continues to out officiate even the youngest officials.

 

Deb Glenn – Administration

After Deb Glenn’s sons and some neighborhood friends started passing around a ball using borrowed crosses from a relative, Deb went on to found the Madison Area Lacrosse Association and the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation. A true pioneer of Wisconsin Lacrosse, Deb organized the first Bullrush Lacrosse Jamboree and the First State Championship games. Deb was also instrumental in founding the Wisconsin Athletic Foundation, and currently serves as its president. Deb is a past President of both the WLF and MALA.

 

Hal Rosenberg – Contributor

Over 40 years ago, Hal Rosenberg took over the leadership of the fledging University of Wisconsin lacrosse team as a player coach with the slogan “Lacrosse is not just a city in Wisconsin – Play Lacrosse!”  Hal has always been willing to do whatever it takes to spread the game of lacrosse to anyone willing to pick up a stick.  Hal hosted countless MALA meetings, learn to play clinics, camps, was a founder and is the commissioner of the Great Lakes Lacrosse League. Starting with 9 teams in 2004 the GLLL has grown to 43 teams in 7 states, including three UW teams and 16 other club teams throughout the state of Wisconsin.

 

Jody Spencer – Contributor

A champion of the Girls Game, Jody Spencer was a founding member of the first girl’s league in WI, and helped petition the WLF and MALA to recognize the girls side of the sport. Jody coaches all levels from 4th grade to college, served in several Board positions with the WLF and MALA. and was recognized as the WFL person of the year and WLF coach of the year. Jody coached in four state championships , and runs an offseason lacrosse club program Though she spends a lot of time on administration, her love of coaching is the driving force behind her involvement in the sport.

 

Ken Stark – Contributor

In 2002, Ken Stark came across a Milwaukee area lacrosse clinic with a small group of players. Offering to help, he increased its numbers and hasn’t stopped. Since there was no one else to play against, he began taking teams to out of state tournaments. One of the early organizers and coaches of youth lacrosse in Wisconsin, Ken served as the first Youth League Commissioner and as the Youth Director for the WLF and Milwaukee Area Youth Lacrosse Association. Today, Ken Stark continues his involvement with lacrosse as he coaches Heritage Christian High School’s lacrosse team and watches his son play collegiate level lacrosse.

 

David Wollin – Contributor

A true all around contributor, Dave Wollin has been an official, coach, administrator and leader. A three time WLF Man of the year, Dave was a founding member of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Officials Association and served 2 terms as the president of the WLF. He is widely recognized as the go-to man for information on Wisconsin Lacrosse and organized the WLF preseason Jamboree. Currently, Dave is on the board of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Officials Association, the WLF and is a high school and D3 NCAA official.

 

Nomination Requirements:

Candidates may be nominated in the following areas, within ONE Hall of Fame:

  • A truly great player relative to their time in history
  • A truly great coach relative to their time in history
  • A truly great official/umpire relative to their time in history
  • A truly great administrator relative to their time in history
  • A truly great contributor* relative to their time in history

Nominee Questionnaire must be submitted by, or on behalf of, a candidate.

Candidates must embody the US Lacrosse ideals of “Character Beyond Reproach”

As a coach, official, administrator or contributor, must be at least ten years in from their first appearance as a Head Coach, Local or State Board Member, Local or State Committee Chair, Local or State Committee Member, or Varsity Head Game Official

As a player, must be at least eight years out from projected college/university graduation date, though college/university attendance is not a requirement.

Each year the WFL will name up to 4 new members to the Hall of Fame to be celebrated at that year’s State Championship games.

About Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation:

The Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation was established in 2001 as the state chapter for US Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse. The WLF oversees boy's and girl's youth and high school lacrosse and promotes Lacrosse played at all levels in the State of Wisconsin, Over 6,000 boys and girls play youth and high school lacrosse across Wisconsin. There are 52 boys and girl’s youth programs from 3rd to 8th grade and 75 boys and girls high school JV and Varsity programs. Wisconsin is home to one D1, six D3 NCAA programs and numerous MCLA and GLLL college club programs. More information can be found at http://wisconsinlacrosse.com.

Contact: Mark Jamieson, 262.442.5577,


by posted 06/13/2016
Posting Off-Season Opportunities on WLF Website

Off-Season Opportunities on WLF Website

WLF has created an offseason offerings page for clubs, schools, select teams & camps to advertise their off-season opportunities.  The list will be updated three times per year by the WLF website admin, and there will be links set to the individual offerings.  No revenue will be generated from these postings and no individual blasts will be sent out.  Rather, a link to the offseason offerings list can be blasted out 3 times per year.   

 Any WLF member coach involved in offseason coaching would be required to post their offering prior to the deadline.  No exceptions. 

 Deadlines to website administrator

May 1st – For June, July, August Offerings
August 1st – For September, October, November Offerings
November 1st – For December, January, February Offerings

 

The WLF only supports the following tournament.

~ WLF Spring Jamboree

~ Boys High School State Championship Tournament

~ Girls High School State Championship Tournament

 

What does WLF gain?

  1. Provides WLF membership with inclusive information about all offerings
  2. Puts WLF out of the exclusive advertising and promotion business
  3. Provides a place for programs offering offseason opportunities to look at ways not to overlap or saturate a time frame or group
  4. Keeps WLF email blasts to a minimum, and increases their effectiveness in delivering information
  5. Provides a way for WLF member coaches to notify players of their offerings, keeping them compliant with offseason contact rules against exclusivity
  6. Provides a place for WLF BOD to refer people looking for offseason opportunities

by posted 03/13/2016
Role of Parents

Please continue to follow these positive points and help us all to enjoy a season of fun, fast and exciting lacrosse.


Visit www.uslacrosse.org for more information.
 



The Role of Parents 
You, the parent, are equally as important to your child's positive lacrosse experience as the coach of the team. In order for your child to get the most out of playing lacrosse, it is important that you do the following:

One: Be supportive of your child by giving encouragement and showing an interest in his or her team. Positive reinforcement encourages learning and fun. Research has shown that a ratio of five positive statements (compliments, positive recognition) for each negative statement (criticisms, corrections) is ideal for helping young athletes do their best. Try to maintain a 5:1 ratio in your comments to your child.

Two: Attend games whenever possible. If you cannot attend, ask about your child’s experience, not whether the team won or lost. Some questions that you might ask before asking about the final score include: "Did you try as hard as you could? Did you have fun? Did you learn anything today that might make you a better player in the future?"

Three: Be a positive role model by displaying good sportsmanship at all times to coaches, officials,opponents and your child’s teammates. "Honoring the Game" is an important part of what US Lacrosse represents. Help us by honoring the game in your behavior as a spectator.

Four: Let your child set his own goals and play the game for himself, herself. Be your child’s "home court advantage" by giving him or her your unconditional support regardless of how well he or she performs.

Five: Let the coach coach. Refrain from giving your child advice when he or she is playing. Use positive reinforcement with your child’s coach. Let the coach know when he or she is doing a good job.

Six: Respect the decisions of the referee or umpire. This is an important part of honoring the game. Your child will pay more attention to how you act than to what you say.

Seven: Read the rulebook. A full understanding of the rules will help you enjoy the game and educate others.

Eight: Get to know who is in charge. Meet with the leadership of the program, whether it’s school sponsored or recreational, to discuss topics such as cost, practice and game scheduling, insurance coverage, emergency procedures, etc.

Nine: Get involved! A great way to support your child's lacrosse experience is by becoming a volunteer for the program. Some of the ways you can get involved: keep the scorebook, run the clock, line the fields, manage equipment, chaperon trips, raise funds, organize clinics and team social events, update the team web site, photograph players and organize carpooling.

Ten: Sit back and enjoy the game. Remember, lacrosse is played for FUN.

http://www.uslacrosse.org/education/parents/roleparents.phtml


by posted 02/22/2012
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