Improve self-discipline (stay focused during drills and game situations)
Practice healthy, athletic behaviors (e.g. nutrition and hydration for practice and games)
Strive to come to all practices/ Commit yourself
Work hard to develop your skills, give 100% effort in practice, in games and off the field
Challenge yourself away from practice: work on Fitness, skills, psychological parts of the game
Arrive at least 5 minutes before practice, in uniform, ready to play
Be responsible for your equipment: Communicate problems and needs to parents
Become a student of the game: Watch college lacrosse, read, increase your” lacrosse I.Q”.
Support your son’s efforts to become a better player
Understand practices are just as important as games: Ensure player gets to practices on time and ready to play
Communicate concerns, problems and conflicts to the coaches (e.g. early notice of conflicts)
Parents will always conduct themselves in congruence with good sportsmanship towards teamates, opponents, referees and coaches
Fully support the Club in all areas; volunteer your time and talent
Please note: We want to develop not only the Lawrence Lacrosse Club program but also the players into highly competitive lacrosse players. This will help prepare them for High School and beyond. It is essential that players work on their skills at least two days per week outside of practices.