Those who are introduced to lacrosse for the first time usually react with:

Confusion: what the heck is she doing with that weird thing in her hand?

Skepticism: why is she doing that? This is a sport?! Where? Who plays this?

Shyness and hesitation

Criticism: yeah but it’s not as cool as soccer (usually fueled by the shyness and hesitation)

….and then they try it. What follows after is ALWAYS:

a smile.

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Holly Reilly, director of Renegade Lacrosse, is driven to train the next generation of women's lacrosse players. A three-sport standout at Shawnee High School in Medford, NJ, Holly went on to captain both the lacrosse and field hockey teams at Princeton University. She was twice named first-team All-American and also was the Ivy League co-Player of the Year in 2009. Read Coach Holly's respondes to our Coaches on Coaching questions.
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Through Coach Quigley's PUCKidz lacrosse organization, he offers afterschool programs, camps, clinics, private lessons, small group lessons, club teams, and a spring league for elementary school teams. He also tries to spread the game by doing lacrosse demos/clinics in PE classes.
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