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2016 ACC Tournament coming to Atlanta

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2016 ACC Tournament coming to Atlanta

This is awesome news for the sport in Georgia!  Thank you LB3.

ATLANTA — The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), in conjunction with the Atlanta Sports Council (ASC), Kennesaw State Sports and Entertainment Park and LB3 Lacrosse, have announced that Fifth Third Bank Stadium will be home to the 2016 ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship. This marks the first time the ACC Championship will take place in metro Atlanta and the sixth time in the event’s 28-year history that it will be held ...

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Getting started on recruiting!

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Getting started on recruiting!

Over the years I have helped many players make the move to the College Level.  Sometimes it is a simple call, email to a coach.  Other times I sit down with the entire family to discuss the opportunities for the player.  Being realistic of your opportunity is one of the most important aspects of the journey.  Also being honest about your talent level as well as where you think you can play is also important.

The great thing about our sport ...

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Bigger than the game.

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Bigger than the game.

Every year that I coach this great game something occurs that shows you how special our sport is.

As you may have heard a young lacrosse player (Jack Enright) was injured a few weeks ago and is rehabbing at the Shepherd Center.  Everyone in the Atlanta Youth Lacrosse community and around the country has rallied around Jack.

One of our Coaches Richard Kopleman started “Ground Balls for Jack” where his team raised money for every ground ball they picked-up during this weeks ...

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The Ben and Jack Show!

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The Ben and Jack Show!

Many of you may have heard about Jack Enright and his recent injury.  Jack is a junior at Chapin High School in South Carolina.  He is also the Co-Captain of the Team with his brother Connor a senior.  According to Jack it was a routine play where he was playing midfield defense against his opponent.  Jack broke his neck and his injury has now impacted him in a way only he can understand.

Jack is currently rehabbing his injury at the ...

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Trilogy Lacrosse Affiliate Program

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Trilogy Lacrosse Affiliate Program

Atlanta Youth Lacrosse is pleased to announce the Trilogy Lacrosse Affiliate program.  We have been partnered with Trilogy Lacrosse for several years now and we are excited for our Players, Coaches and Parents to be part of such a new and  incredible opportunity.

Trilogy Affiliate Program

The Trilogy Affiliate Program formalizes our relationships and provides real value back to the organizations and families that support our events.  Once a certain number of your program’s families ...

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Why we are a little Different

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Why we are a little Different

I read this article today…see below link and it made me wonder are we doing everything for our kids and parents in our program.  I would like to say yes.

Articles like this disturb me as we continue to hear about good people leaving sports because of over zealous people and entitled players.

I had the pleasure of speaking at the US Lacrosse Idaho Chapter, Coaches Clinic this past weekend.  Terrific group of people who are trying to do things the right ...

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College Lacrosse

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College Lacrosse

Some very good college lacrosse this weekend.  Try your best to get out there and attend.  Division II Young Harris vs Division III Berry.  Both Georgia programs are on the rise and led by two of the best young coaches in the country.

DI game defending national champion Duke takes on top ranked Denver.

Women’s game of perennial powers Northwestern vs Virginia.

Should be a great weekend of lacrosse.

Weekend 1 – February 14th
Game 1 – 10:00AM – Young Harris vs. Berry
Game ...

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Tough enough

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Tough enough

As our spring season draws near I wanted our Mom’s and Dad’s to understand a little different part of the game and how to feel about seeing your son get checked with a stick.

I have seen many things in our beloved-ed game.  I used to hear people say ” I can hit that kid with the stick” or “I love this game, it’s just like Football with sticks”.  I detest comments like these because that is not what the game ...

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