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Brooklyn Lacrosse: Coaches Wanted
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The Brooklyn Lacrosse Club (www.brooklynlacrosse.org), NYCís fastest growing lacrosse organization, is looking for a few good coaches for its Summer 2013 Program and beyond.

The Brooklyn Lacrosse Club was founded in 2012, and has rocketed to over 225 kids on 9 teams this Spring. Our Summer program, hosted over 7 Sunday in July and August, currently has over 1,000 registrations with 2 months left to sign up. Programs are offered to boys and girls, from Pre-K through 12th grade.

The Brooklyn Lacrosse Club is NYCís only lacrosse organization that counts national Champions (Division 1 and 2), Hall-of-Famers and former Professional players among it ranks. Playing experience is important, but more important is the love for the game and the desire to introduce the sport to the youth of Brooklyn.

The Brooklyn Lacrosse Club will be hosting 2 Open Houses for prospective coaches:

Saturday, May 18th at 4pm at Pier 5 of the Brooklyn Bridge Park.(Field 3)

Saturday, June 15th at 3pm at Pier 5 of the Brooklyn Bridge Park.(Field 3)

All coaches accepted into our program will be eligible to take The US Lacrosse Coach Training Program as well as CPR/medical training, all paid for by the Brooklyn Lacrosse Club.

Our Mission is to bring the sport of Lacrosse to the youth of Brooklyn, emphasizing Fundamentals, Teamwork, Respect and Brooklyn. The essence of our organization is the belief that Lacrosse should be made accessible to all children, despite the various barriers of entry that exist in urban areas; such as cost, perception, and logistics.

For more info, please contact Joe Nocella jnocella@brooklynlacrosse.org

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Please give a break, keep the urban bull off this site.we are hard working people that ask for nothing. It's called hard work and family values.

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Please give a break, keep the urban bull off this site.we are hard working people that ask for nothing. It's called hard work and family values.
Did you know that the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation and their newly installed President has made expanding support into the New [lacrosse] City area one of their top missions for the health of lacrosse in this region? Is this "urban bull" as you so anonymously called it or is this expansion into an untapped area of potential players? If you do not want to partake, simply pass over this thread.

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What kind of crack is that? Urban bull? This is a portal site for the game of lacrosse, nothing more, nothing less. The post was about an organization in the Brooklyn area, and the expansion of the game, so why shouldn't it be posted on here.
Grow up!

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Anonymous #29921 05/02/13 01:33 PM
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Want to you mean by perception?

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Want to you mean by perception?


Probably means it's a game usually played by European-Americans

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Want to you mean by perception?
Consider the following quote from this Washington Post article.

"...In October, U.S. Lacrosse, the national governing body for the menís and womenís game, released a strongly worded statement decrying the current recruiting climate. Stenersen said in a phone interview that the process undermines the youth sport culture and also threatens its rapid growth. He worries that raising the stakes in the club system could deny opportunities to ďexpand entry to the game beyond the stereotypical rich, white child.Ē

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I come from a family of six born and raised in Brooklyn. Newirk and Flatbush,take a ride by that place.I was very good in all 3 major sports but had to quit and get a job to help out the family.worked two jobs in college, two jobs to pay for my wedding, three jobs to get a down payment for my house on long Island.I have four kids and a stay home wife, one kid going to college next year.My kids are very good in lacrosse but I am the Urban guy I can't afford it. What do I do have them quit like I did give up there dream of playing college D1.No I ask for no help go out and get a side job and work my [lacrosse] off.Yes I am sick and tired of hearing about people that do nothing to help them selves and their families.But they still think they deserve something. Like the great Mike Moran said after 9/11 kiss my irish bleep.

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I come from a family of six born and raised in Brooklyn. Newirk and Flatbush,take a ride by that place.I was very good in all 3 major sports but had to quit and get a job to help out the family.worked two jobs in college, two jobs to pay for my wedding, three jobs to get a down payment for my house on long Island.I have four kids and a stay home wife, one kid going to college next year.My kids are very good in lacrosse but I am the Urban guy I can't afford it. What do I do have them quit like I did give up there dream of playing college D1.No I ask for no help go out and get a side job and work my [lacrosse] off.Yes I am sick and tired of hearing about people that do nothing to help them selves and their families.But they still think they deserve something. Like the great Mike Moran said after 9/11 kiss my irish bleep.


I agree, don't minorities already get race based scholarships?
Maybe we should have racial quotas for basketball. I also worked my way through my undergraduate and post graduate programs. My advice is to move to a place where grass grows.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I come from a family of six born and raised in Brooklyn. Newirk and Flatbush,take a ride by that place.I was very good in all 3 major sports but had to quit and get a job to help out the family.worked two jobs in college, two jobs to pay for my wedding, three jobs to get a down payment for my house on long Island.I have four kids and a stay home wife, one kid going to college next year.My kids are very good in lacrosse but I am the Urban guy I can't afford it. What do I do have them quit like I did give up there dream of playing college D1.No I ask for no help go out and get a side job and work my [lacrosse] off.Yes I am sick and tired of hearing about people that do nothing to help them selves and their families.But they still think they deserve something. Like the great Mike Moran said after 9/11 kiss my irish bleep.


I agree, don't minorities already get race based scholarships?
Maybe we should have racial quotas for basketball. I also worked my way through my undergraduate and post graduate programs. My advice is to move to a place where grass grows.


I have NEVER been called progressive, or forward thinking, but are you people actually saying that inner city black kids should be kept out of lacrosse so that suburban white kids can remain dominant and have the scholarship money to themselves?...WOW!!! Thanks you guys make me feel really good about myself.

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Anonymous #29991 05/03/13 08:18 AM
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If they can play and pay and have the grades god bless.

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I come from a family of six born and raised in Brooklyn. Newirk and Flatbush,take a ride by that place.I was very good in all 3 major sports but had to quit and get a job to help out the family.worked two jobs in college, two jobs to pay for my wedding, three jobs to get a down payment for my house on long Island.I have four kids and a stay home wife, one kid going to college next year.My kids are very good in lacrosse but I am the Urban guy I can't afford it. What do I do have them quit like I did give up there dream of playing college D1.No I ask for no help go out and get a side job and work my [lacrosse] off.Yes I am sick and tired of hearing about people that do nothing to help them selves and their families.But they still think they deserve something. Like the great Mike Moran said after 9/11 kiss my irish bleep.


I agree, don't minorities already get race based scholarships?
Maybe we should have racial quotas for basketball. I also worked my way through my undergraduate and post graduate programs. My advice is to move to a place where grass grows.


I have NEVER been called progressive, or forward thinking, but are you people actually saying that inner city black kids should be kept out of lacrosse so that suburban white kids can remain dominant and have the scholarship money to themselves?...WOW!!! Thanks you guys make me feel really good about myself.


Um, no, not what anyone is saying. Please re-read the posts, without the self-loathing that the leftist new media is trying to instill in you (and our kids).

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I come from a family of six born and raised in Brooklyn. Newirk and Flatbush,take a ride by that place.I was very good in all 3 major sports but had to quit and get a job to help out the family.worked two jobs in college, two jobs to pay for my wedding, three jobs to get a down payment for my house on long Island.I have four kids and a stay home wife, one kid going to college next year.My kids are very good in lacrosse but I am the Urban guy I can't afford it. What do I do have them quit like I did give up there dream of playing college D1.No I ask for no help go out and get a side job and work my [lacrosse] off.Yes I am sick and tired of hearing about people that do nothing to help them selves and their families.But they still think they deserve something. Like the great Mike Moran said after 9/11 kiss my irish bleep.


I agree, don't minorities already get race based scholarships?
Maybe we should have racial quotas for basketball. I also worked my way through my undergraduate and post graduate programs. My advice is to move to a place where grass grows.


Great, educated and clueless....

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Anonymous #30011 05/03/13 10:22 AM
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I come from a family of six born and raised in Brooklyn. Newirk and Flatbush,take a ride by that place.I was very good in all 3 major sports but had to quit and get a job to help out the family.worked two jobs in college, two jobs to pay for my wedding, three jobs to get a down payment for my house on long Island.I have four kids and a stay home wife, one kid going to college next year.My kids are very good in lacrosse but I am the Urban guy I can't afford it. What do I do have them quit like I did give up there dream of playing college D1.No I ask for no help go out and get a side job and work my [lacrosse] off.Yes I am sick and tired of hearing about people that do nothing to help them selves and their families.But they still think they deserve something. Like the great Mike Moran said after 9/11 kiss my irish bleep.


I agree, don't minorities already get race based scholarships?
Maybe we should have racial quotas for basketball. I also worked my way through my undergraduate and post graduate programs. My advice is to move to a place where grass grows.


I have NEVER been called progressive, or forward thinking, but are you people actually saying that inner city black kids should be kept out of lacrosse so that suburban white kids can remain dominant and have the scholarship money to themselves?...WOW!!! Thanks you guys make me feel really good about myself.


The reality is once the game is exposed to inner city kids with quality coaching in a matter of 5 years many of the scholarship offers will start to get spread out to all ethnic backgrounds . That is what all of you are scared of

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Want to you mean by perception?
Consider the following quote from this Washington Post article.

"...In October, U.S. Lacrosse, the national governing body for the menís and womenís game, released a strongly worded statement decrying the current recruiting climate. Stenersen said in a phone interview that the process undermines the youth sport culture and also threatens its rapid growth. He worries that raising the stakes in the club system could deny opportunities to ďexpand entry to the game beyond the stereotypical rich, white child.Ē


The Washington Post is a liberal, socialist, rag... Why is there so much fuss about race? Let the kids who like the sport excel at the sport regardless of ethnicity. Where is the outrage from the Washington Post about the NBA or NFL??? These sports teams are overwhelmingly dominated by one race. Not one journalist has an issue with that.

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