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LAX OUT LOUD


Andy Shay


MOBILE COACH


A free resource provided by US Lacrosse to its members, Mobile Coach provides access to more than 500 drills sorted by skill level, gender and age, with diagrams and videos on your iOS or Android device. In addition, the app provides pre- built LADM aligned practice plans, practice planning functionality, white- boarding (iPad users only), and a host of other great resources. Visit uslacrosse.org/mobilecoach.


“If God wants Maryland to win, we don’t have a choice.”


Lyle Thompson (pictured) will play alongside face-of-the- game rival Myles Jones with the Chesapeake Bayhawks, who acquired Thompson in a March 3 trade.


— YALE COACH ANDY SHAY AFTER ANOTHER BIZARRE ENDING IN COLLEGE PARK. THE BULLDOGS’ COMEBACK ATTEMPT WAS TWICE HALTED DUE TO LIGHTNING DELAYS, INCLUDING ONE WITH 37 SECONDS REMAINING IN REGULATION, IN A 12-11 LOSS ON FEB. 25.


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High school freshmen (98) and sophomores (365) that verbally committed to colleges as of March 9, according to Recruiting Rundown. Proposed NCAA legistlation, if passed this month, would forbid any additional contact with their prospective college coaches until Sept. 1 of their junior year.


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First-round picks for the Florida Launch in the upcoming MLL draft following a March 3 trade that sent former No. 1 pick Lyle Thompson and his brother, Jeremy, to the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Chesapeake now boasts the game’s two brightest young stars in Thompson and Myles Jones.


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Career wins for North Carolina coach Jenny Levy after the Tar Heels’ 16-8 victory over Canisius on March 8 at US Lacrosse. Levy joined Navy’s Cindy Timchal and Princeton’s Chris Sailer as the only Division I women’s lacrosse coaches in history to reach the milestone.


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