Monthly Archives: September 2011

Practice versus Practice: Development over Exposure

Do you practice? Or do you go to practice? No, they aren’t the same thing. Practicing is different than going to practice, as one is focused solely on developing skills, and the other on team chemistry. In today’s age of … Continue reading

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NCAA Lacrosse Grows with TV Revenue, Thank you Football

With the addition of Pitt and Syracuse into the ACC, there’s been significant chatter about how it affects the alignment of major lacrosse programs. This is an important question to address, we all want to know how the NCAA lacrosse conferences will shape … Continue reading

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Recruiting: Must be At Least 12 Years Old to Enter

I recall the moment with ease; it was the spring of 2002 and I was a sophomore in highschool, balancing the desires, concerns, and demands of any other long-haired boy that age. For me, sophomore year was when I took life’s … Continue reading

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Split Dodge/Crossover, One in the Same?

Great split dodges are a thing of beauty.  As a lacrosse coach I encourage all players to participate in multiple sports.  You learn so much from the physicality of football, the footwork and defense of basketball, the speed and angles … Continue reading

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Lax Players are…Camera Shy?

Recently got the opportunity to go down to North Carolina with Billy Benz Bitter, Drew Adams (All-MLL Goalie), and Maverik Lacrosse to do some promotional video/photo stuff with lacrosse.com/Great Atlantic Lacrosse. It was a productive 2 days and I got … Continue reading

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Lax, Mo Money, Mo Problems

 Lacrosse is getting closer and closer to being a mainstream sport, do we want that? That is a discussion for another time but the amount of $$$ that is being invested into lacrosse every year is growing exponentially. That is … Continue reading

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Blogging…what? who?!

Whats up everyone? Happy to be blogging for Low and Away with Mr. Kehoe who I believe is one of the most insightful people in the sport. Hope everyone likes what we have coming at ya. I am the founder … Continue reading

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Pitt and Syracuse Move to the ACC

(Press Release) The Atlantic Coast Conference Council of Presidents has unanimously voted to accept the University of Pittsburgh and Syracuse University as new members. The invitation followed the submission of letters of application from both universities. “The ACC is a … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh? You talking about Pittsburgh?

Pittsburgh? We’re sitting here…talking about Pittsburgh? Not Baltimore, not Long Island, we’re talking about Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh is a great city for a lot of reasons; we house outstandingly diverse neighborhoods, produce top collegiate athletes, and export top-notch ketchup, but somewhere … Continue reading

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Low and Away Shoots High, Hits Crossbar, & Ends Up with Me

Hi folks, Welcome to the new beginning of the Low and Away Blog; your lens into the world of lacrosse as we see it, coach it, and play it. Who are we? Well my name is Tommy Kehoe, but my … Continue reading

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