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Laxkids – Introductory lacrosse Winter Program

***Winter 2019 Sessions*** Rumson, Manasquan, Toms River, Jackson, Seaside Heights Laxkids is an introductory lacrosse program for children ages 3-9. Our goal is to teach the game of lacrosse through educational theory and skill development. We are elementary educators and former Division I lacrosse athletes. We have master’s degrees in education and 10+ years of experience…

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POAC Services – Lacrosse for Autism

Lacrosse for Autism Welcome to Lacrosse for Autism! This is a 4-week clinic designed to expose your child with autism to basic lacrosse skills, rules, team play, and fun. We will be using a fiddlestick, which is a smaller version of a lacrosse stick, and a soft rubber ball. There will be no contact and…

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Rabil Tour 2018 – Central New Jersey

When: Saturday, December 1st – 2:00PM – 5:00PM (VIP 5:00PM – 6:00PM). Where: Centercourt Club & Sports – 1080 Spruce St, Lawrence Township, NJ 08648 Summary: 3 hours of lacrosse training, competition, and fan experience with the #1 player in the world. In our 2nd year of Rabil Tour, expect a revamped drills and demos, new competitions, and even more high-value prizes…

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Player Equipment Guide

Equipment for Boys’ and Men’s Lacrosse The Crosse: The crosse (lacrosse stick) is made of wood, laminated wood or synthetic material, with a shaped net pocket at the end. The crosse must be an overall length of 40 – 42 inches for attackmen and midfielders, or 52 – 72 inches for defensemen. The head of…

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Sixteen Lacrosse Defense Tips to Shut Down Your Opponent

By One Stop Lacrosse 07/12/18   How is your defensive game? Do attackers with quick feet blow by you? Are you losing time on the field because you just can not seem to be effective enough in the back? Defense is tremendously hard. It seems like in any sport you play, whether it’s lacrosse or not, playing…

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The Role of Parents

By Karin Corbett, US Lacrosse 10/08/18 Student-athletes must take ownership of their development and game. By blaming outside influences, what does that teach your child? I have been coaching for many years and the level of parental involvement has changed drastically. Today, coaches coach at the college level for the same reasons they have always coached: the love…

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TRLC By Laws

Toms River Lacrosse Club By-Laws   Download Current TRLC ByLaws Here!  

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