Embracing the Grind: Looking Forward to Summer 2022

By Mike Gabel, Founder & Co-Owner of True Lacrosse  When you look at True Lacrosse now, you see a giant in the industry. You see True players recruited to major universities like Duke, Michigan, Army, and many others. We have programs in states from coast to coast, both boys and girls, competing with the best teams in the country. You … Read More

Minnesota Stars Bring Home the Gold: Box Lacrosse

Written by Aime Caines, Minnesota Stars Box Lacrosse Club Director This summer I gained a greater appreciation for the USBOXLA Nationals after missing it in 2020 as a result of a cancellation from the pandemic. I learned to embrace the moment and celebrate the little things throughout the tournament. It wasn’t as much about winning as it was about watching … Read More

How Changing Your Mindset Can Lead to Success

Written by Courtney Genovese, Maryland Girls Director Your mindset is everything. As an athlete, student, coach, parent and human being, our mindset can either make or break us. Growing up on the field, I was my own worst critic. Looking back now, the one thing I wish that I had worked on earlier was my mentality of the game. I … Read More

True Training Creates True Athletes

Training is something that plays a role in any athlete’s sports career. Most athletes train to improve skills, build strength, and stay on top of their game. But here at True Lacrosse, training is way more than just exercising, practicing, and showing up. Our players train to be better in all that they do. An athlete is someone who is … Read More

Goal Setting in the New Year

The new year often brings a sense of renewal and a strong need to set new goals for oneself. Goal setting is something some of the most successful people do, not just athletes. It’s a key indicator in challenging oneself. Have you sat down and figured out what your goals are for the year? Do they seem daunting? Try settings … Read More

An Inside Look Into the Future of Recruiting

Well, we’ve cruised past Labor Day, and it’s almost October. Fall is here, summer is over, and now it’s back to the grind. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to talk to many college coaches at the Division 1, 2 and 3 levels about our players and recruiting in general. My goal is to make sure everyone … Read More

Staying on Top of Your Game This Fall

For some of us, the warmer months are coming to an end, which means the convenience of practicing and training outdoors is ending also. Although this holds true for a majority of the nation, the cold months are no excuse to fall off your game. In fact, fall and winter are the perfect excuses to keep training and conditioning for … Read More