“Lacross has been passed down for generations in my family. Since the beginning, it has been a right of passage from father to their son(s). This game is in my blood, it’s in my soul and in my DNA.
One thing I’ve learned from playing this game is your awareness and reaction with all types of activities around you. Knowing yourself and knowing you’re place and ability will enhance how you react to change.
The ball is the most important thing in this game and everything revolves around it. How well you can take care the ball individually will reflect how well your team plays. It’s not enough to be just a skilled individual, you must be a reliable player to move, think and communicate as one.
Lacross starts with you first as you must be able to take care of yourself before you can be of any benefit to your team. Even if you are highly skilled, trained, and experienced, there’s always room for improvement.
A quarter of a second faster, in this game can mean the difference between winning and losing. The more you play and train, the more you learn about your limits. It is a constant test for me to stay alert mentally, physically, and be in touch with my spirit. Lacross has always rewarded you with something every time I play a game of giving, for me, it has given me everything.”
– Tyler Hill