WELCOME TO THE NEW CAL SOUTH E-NEWS!
Each monthly issue of the Cal South E-News is chock-full of free educational content broken into useful categories that parents, coaches, trainers and referees will enjoy. So dig in, enjoy, and we'll see you again next month.
WHERE IS THE GAME GOING? (Pt. 2 of 3)
The United States has been known for having legendary 1v1 artists, such as Carin Gabarra and Mia Hamm. We have developed slashing 1v1 dribblers in our country. Dribbling for possession is a component of dribbling that we have not developed... click for complete story
NURTURE MENTAL KINDNESS
It is a myth that punishing yourself will make you a better athlete. Mental toughness has nothing to do with being tough on yourself. It has to do with being completely immersed in the competitive moment, which is hard for a young athlete to do if she's
afraid of losing, or has coaches or parents who are afraid of losing... click for complete story
Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries are among the most common of all sports-related knee injuries, affecting the lives of more than 250,000 people in the United States each year. Studies conducted during the past three decades have indicated that female athletes sustain non-contact injuries to the ACL of the knee more frequently than their male counterparts...click for complete story
NCSA RECRUITING CORNER
If you are a high school soccer player with aspirations of playing at the collegiate level, you have probably heard of the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. Every day, NCSA Recruiting Coaches answer questions from student-athletes and their parents about what the NCAA Clearinghouse is and how it works... click for complete story
LAWS OF THE GAME - PART 3
Last year, the Cal South E-News ran a series of articles pertaining to the Laws of the Game. We received several positive comments and requests for
additional information. As a follow-up, we are providing the following article which provides a more detailed explanation to the most important Laws of the Game. Due to its length, we have broken the article into 4 sections... click for complete story
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