Player Information

We are excited to have you participating in lacrosse this season! 

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What and when to eat before a game.

It is important to have proper nutrition, while maintaining a challenging work-out regimen to keep your health at it’s optimum level. 


It is a general rule that you should not eat anything two hours prior to your competition. 


The night before a game is a great time for carbohydrates (pasta) and a little protein (meat), try to stay away from dairy based items.  Eat a good breakfast and a small lunch on game day.


Hydration and sleep are the most important for best performance on and off the field, please get your rest and drink plenty of water everyday.

How to donate equipment:

We rely heavily on donations from our lacrosse families to help our team grow.  We strive to keep the costs as low as possible, as every season we have new athletes interested in lacrosse.  Your gear donation will help many new players try the sport for the first time. 


If you have equipment to donate, you must first clean it, then bring it to coach.  The equipment must be useable, any size, complete (not broken) and clean to be donated. 


Please speak with Coach Andreas, tribzlacrosse.com@me.com if you have any questions about donations of equipment.

Uni HS season ENDS...


What happens on game day?

Game day is an exciting time.  All players wear their shooter shirt to school. You represent your school and the sport, so please be a good ambassador.

If it is an away game, coach will tell you the designated time the bus will be departing from the school parking lot. Meet by the tennis courts. 


Please focus on the game ahead and refrain from distracting your teammates from preparing for the contest.  Please talk about game responsibilities and motivate your teammates to do well.  As soon as you exit the bus you need to be ready to play.


Please have all of your game items: Jersey, Shooter shirt, Team shorts, Helmet, Mouth piece, Stick, Shoulder pads, Elbow pads, Gloves, Protective Cup, and Cleats.   


Everyone goes to the games on the bus, if you wish to be taken home by your parents, you must have permission ahead of time from coach.(see parent info.)


On home game days we must set-up our field before the game and clean-up the field after. Meet coach at the game field at the designated time to help with bringing game items to the field for set-up.  We need to be sure we have everything in place and water for both teams before the visiting team arrives. 


Lastly, go play a great game and play as a team.

What equipment do I need?

A player’s personal equipment, is not included in the team donation and are the responsibility of each player.  A team helmet and shoulder pads are provided and must be returned at the end of the season.  You can play lacrosse anywhere so having your own gear isn’t a bad idea.  If the program has loaner equipment, it is issued on a first come, first serve basis.


Stick

Elbow Pads

Gloves

Mouth Piece 

Protective Cup

Soccer or Football Cleats


Please speak with Coach if you have any questions. tribzlacrosse.com@me.com

HIT THE WALL...


Whether you are playing another sport for your school, or on your own maybe even vacationing, you can still improve and work on your lacrosse skills.  Hit the wall.  You and your stick, a ball and a wall.  It is the way to get good at lacrosse.  From pros down to beginners, lacrosse players hit the wall almost everyday to improve their skills.


WALL BALL ROUTINE