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University of Virginia Lacrosse Player Transferring Advice During Covid Times

College sports and college recruiting have drastically changed since the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s Sammy Mueller’s story about how she is taking the opportunity to use her extra year of eligibility for an opportunity to continue her education. Sammy Mueller was a four-year starting midfielder for the University of Virginia women’s lacrosse team. Since the 2020

November 12, 2020 Lauren Gilbert

University of Oregon Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Chelsea Gamble, on Athleticism, Speed, Commitment and Adversity

Chelsea Gamble Hoffmann became the third head coach in Oregon lacrosse history on August 1, 2018. She had a very successful four-year stretch as an assistant coach at Pac-12 rival Stanford.  As the Cardinal’s offensive coordinator from 2015 to 2018, Gamble helped guide Stanford to two conference championships: the inaugural Pac-12 Tournament title in 2018

November 2, 2020

Former Marquette University Lacrosse player Struggles with an Injury and Having to Retire Early

Holly Anderson took a chance when she committed to Marquette University, a school halfway across the country from New Jersey, where she grew up. Thankfully, she chose a school that she wanted to attend, not just for athletics. Before her senior season even began, she had to retire from lacrosse medically. She had to cope

October 29, 2020

The Mental Game, Physical Fitness and Nutrition for the Athlete by Mark Glicini

Before Yale, Mark Glicini completed a post-graduate year at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, where he was selected as a First Team All-New England two-way lacrosse midfielder and was the starting point guard on the basketball team. He was also awarded the Benjamin C. Haviland Trophy, which is given each year to the “lacrosse player who

October 22, 2020

NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Face-Off Rule Changes

In late May of 2020, the NCAA Rules Committee voted to make significant changes to the face-off process of Men’s Lacrosse. The days of facing off where both specialists begin on their knees and engage in lengthy battles for leverage are over. The new changes include:  1.  “Having both players start face-offs with only their

August 13, 2020

ECU Head Lacrosse Coach Talks About Exposure

LRT sports sat down with East Carolina University first Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach, Amanda Barnes, to learn about the best thing a recruit can do to gain recruiting exposure, how to transition from high school to college lacrosse, academic requirements to be accepted and to play at ECU, what tournaments to attend, and more.  Amanda

August 22, 2019

Dartmouth Women’s Lacrosse Coach talks Heart and Work Ethic

Danielle Spencer is the  Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Dartmouth University. Before becoming a coach she was a 4-year standout athlete at Northwestern University where she helped lead them to 3 NCAA National Championships (2007, 2008,2009) and a National Runner-Up in 2010. Coach Spencer was an Assistant Coach at NU from 2012- 2016, where the

June 7, 2019

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