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The heroes people are talking about now aren’t dunking basketballs, catching touchdowns, or scoring behind-the-head goals. They are scientists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and first responders. They wear a different type of uniform and a different type of face mask. They aren’t the only ones either. They’re the truckers, grocery clerks, shelf stockers, baggers, delivery drivers, farmers, ranchers, bakers, packagers, and bottlers who are keeping us fed and healthy with considerable risk to their own health. 

These are the folks who are going to get us back on the field. We need to be prepared for that time by doing our part. Start by asking, what is your part? What is your responsibility? The answer may be different for many of us.

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Coaches have two main responsibilities when “guiding” players to specific positions on a lacrosse field: 1) Putting the most effective team on the field to compete with and defeat the opponent and 2) Putting your players in the best possible position for personal success.
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Here are 7 tips coach Kevin Meany gives new lacrosse coaches: Have a plan, have a back-up plan, have an emergency plan, ask for help, be a positive role model, get good reps, have fun. As a coach, you can be an inspiration for someone by sharing a bit of yourself. The more you give the more you get.
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