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Week 1 Workout and Skills

By Michelle Mason 06/01/2020, 8:15am EDT

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MONDAY MOTIVATION

"Monday sets the tone for the week. Be a beast today!"
Reach out to a fellow Sniper and say something positive!

MONDAY WORKOUT

QUICK HIIT
Complete 5 rounds of the following:
10-20yd sprint
10 push-ups
10 air squats
20 jumping jacks
10 leg lifts
20sec of high knees in place
Make sure to warm-up, rest between rounds, and stretch afterwards!

MONDAY SKILLS

750 REPS WITH FOCUS ON NON-DOMINANT HAND
250 Dominant - 100 2 hands, 50 1 hand, 100 quick sticks
500 Non-Dominant - 200 2 hands, 100 1 hand, 200 quick sticks
Break up the reps as needed and go hard!

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TEAMMATE TUESDAY

"Ask not what your teammates can do for you. Ask what you can do for your teammates." - Magic Johnson
Text or FaceTime a teammate to check-in! Do the stick work together!

TUESDAY WORKOUT

SPRINT LADDER
3-5min Dynamic Warm-up. You can vary the times based on age and ability. To make even more challenging, have the recovery be active such as a light jog or walk.
Block 1
30sec Sprint, 30sec Recovery
45sec Sprint, 45sec Recovery
1min Spring, 1min Recovery

Block 2
1min Sprint, 1min Recovery
45sec Sprint, 45sec Recovery
30sec Sprint, 30sec Recovery

Block 3
30sec Sprint, 30sec Recovery
30sec Sprint, 30sec Recovery
1min Cooldown Jog and Stretch

TUESDAY SKILLS

20 MINUTE AMRAP 
Set a 2min timer for each exercise. Go as hard as you can for those 2min. Count your reps!
Righty
Lefty
1 Hand Righty
1 Hand Lefty
Righty Off-Stick Throw & Catch
Lefty Off-Stick Throw & Catch
Throw - Catch - Switch, Throw - Catch - Switch
Righty BTB
Lefty BTB
Quick Sticks Throw - Switch - Catch, Throw - Switch - Catch
 

US Lacrosse | Return-to-Play Recommendations for Lacrosse

By Michelle Mason 05/28/2020, 5:15pm EDT

US Lacrosse has announced a set of return to play recommendations to assist the lacrosse community in following the appropriate steps to mitigate the risk for all participants in the COVID-19 environment.

SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse has announced a set of return to play recommendations to assist the lacrosse community in following the appropriate steps to mitigate the risk for all participants in the COVID-19 environment. Highlights of the recommendations and a link to the full white paper developed by the committee are available on the Return to Play webpage.

The recommendations were developed by a medical advisory committee, chaired by Dr. Eugene Hong, chair of the US Lacrosse Sport Science & Safety Committee. The group consists of top medical professionals across multiple disciplines with strong connections to the sport. Additional input was provided by sport, event and legal and risk advisory groups representing every facet of the sport — coaches, officials, youth leagues, clubs and event operators.

“US Lacrosse’s return to play recommendations were developed to serve as an athlete-health centric resource to help the lacrosse community respond to and minimize risks associated with COVID-19 when returning to lacrosse activities and events,” Hong said. “Our guiding principles for this paper were to compile and use relevant scientific research and follow the COVID-19 public health guidance provided by the CDC, WHO and other state and local public health authorities. These recommendations provide a strong foundation for lacrosse programs to plan for a gradual return; the guidance will most certainly evolve over time as information about COVID-19 remains fluid and every community will be at a different phase of return, during this pandemic.”

“We have greatly appreciated the guidance and leadership provided by our medical experts as well as the sport, event and legal advisors, whose involvement in this US Lacrosse work group, enabled us to develop a comprehensive set of recommendations designed to help the lacrosse community make good decisions about safely returning to the lacrosse field during these unprecedented and challenging times.” Said, Ann Kitt Carpenetti, VP of Lacrosse Operations for US Lacrosse.

US Lacrosse will host a free webinar on Monday, June 1 at 11:30 a.m. (Eastern) to discuss the recommendations and answer questions from the lacrosse community. The webinar will feature the following panelists:

  • Ann Kitt Carpenetti, VP, Lacrosse Operations, US Lacrosse

  • Richard Hinton, MD, MedStar Sports Medicine, Baltimore, Md.

  • Eugene Hong, MD, MUSC Health, Charleston, S.C.

  • Karen Sutton, MD, Hospital of Special Surgery, New York, N.Y.

Click here to register for the webinar.

LoHud Elite 11 and Next 11 Honors!

By Michelle Mason 05/27/2020, 10:00am EDT

Congrats to Leah Holmes, Leah Kenny, and Alexa Donahoe!

Check out the full article here - Meet the 2020 lohud Elite 11 Selections

Leah Holmes 

Hackley

Senior

Attack

What makes Holmes elite: Holmes found the back of the net a remarkable 98 times last year, giving her 231 goals during her varsity career. She was also dominant on the draw, winning 82, and she had 48 assists. Last summer, Holmes scored 17 goals and had eight assists for the U.S. Women's U-19 team, which went 7-0 to win the U-19 World Championship. The All-American will play next year for one of the country's top collegiate programs.

College: Northwestern

Leah Kenny

Rye

Senior

Midfield

What makes Kenny great: Kenny will play for a college team that was ranked in the top 10 nationally among Division I schools when this year's collegiate season was shut down in March. She was on pace to score 70 goals in 2019 before she went down with a torn ACL. As Rye's top player since her sophomore year, Kenny, who was fully healthy this spring, is also dominant on the draw.

College: Richmond

Next 11
Alexa Donahoe, Jr., M, White Plains (Cornell)

 

  • IWLCA/Corrigan Sports 2020 Tournament Update

  • By Michelle Mason 04/18/2020, 1:00pm EDT
  • UPDATE" Corrigan Sports states that summer recruiting events WILL be held, without the IWLCA in “an official capacity” Known back up dates: Champions Cup: Aug 7-9 Capital Cup: Aug 13-16 Presidents Cup/Debut: unchanged as of now #whiplash
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Fall 2019 Practice Schedule

First practice August 25th!
Off Labor Day Weekend then resume September 8th

Sunday evenings 7:15-9:00pm at SUNY Purchase until 10/20

10/24 - 6-7:30pm at Westchester Turf and Tennis
10/31 - 6-7:30pm at Westchester Turf and Tennis
11/7 - 6-7:30pm at Westchester Turf and Tennis
11/14 - 6-7:30pm at Westchester Turf and Tennis (TBD)

Fall 2019 Tournament Schedule

11/16 Prime Time Recruiting Showcase in Bel Air, MD
Schedule

11/23-11/24 IWLCA Presidents Cup in West Palm Beach, FL
Schedule

Catherine Conway

Co-Owner/Driector

Stephanie Sumcizk

Head Coach