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Bel Air, MD
 
 
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Players Must Read
 
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“Get the Red Out”

The name/number on your back is your brand, what are people saying about your brand?

Athletic
Not Athletic
Leader
Follower
Hustler, hard worker
Lazy
Smart
Stupid
Has character and class
Classless dirt ball
Coachable
Uncoachable
Go to guy
Folds under pressure
Competitive
Not competitive
Strong
Weak
Tough
Not ready
Fast
Slow
Great stick work
Stick work needs help
Great field sense
No field sense, robot
Well rounded
Multi-Sport Athlete
Lacrosse only
Great family
Crazy parents
Great role model
Party’s too much
Plays through anything
Always hurt
Driven
No drive
Unselfish
Selfish
Great shooter
Head case
Great foot work
Hot head
Great take away artist
Momma's boy
Great feeder
Shut in butt kisser
Sees the field
Over rated
Great dodger
Quick
Great hand eye coordination
Patient player
Great roll player
Great groundball player




High school boys are you in shape for college lacrosse?

- Bench Press Body Weight at Least 10 Times
- Pull Ups 15+
- Dips 25+
- Run a Mile and a Half Under 9 Minutes


 

The Elite Athlete vs.  the Regular Athlete

Elite Athlete: “I create my playing time”
 Regular Athlete: “Coach owes me playing time”
Elite: Plays every possession like it’s their last.
 Regular: Play not to lose.
Elite: Focus on opportunities.
 Regular: Focus on obstacles.
Elite: Admire other successful athletes.
 Regular: Resent successful athletes.
Elite: Take criticism.
 Regular: Get upset over criticism.
Elite: Focus on being a complete player. Regular: Focus on one facet of their game.
Elite: Confident during any situation.
 Regular: Lack confidence in the clutch.
Elite: Demand perfection.
 Regular: are OK with mediocrity.
Elite: Act in spite of fear.
 Regular: Let fear stop them.
Elite: constantly learn and grow.
 Regular: Already know everything.