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I just got new rims for my car. What do you guys think.
Looks too ghetto? I think it looks cool as hell.submitted by /u/emmit76 to r/cars
This is the first year we are having a girls lacrosse team at my school in the spring. I’m interested in playing but know very little about it. I googled and learned the basics, but want some first hand insight. Most likely there will be less than a handful of girls who have actually played before.submitted by /u/gemidie12 to r/lacrosse
Curious as to the demographic playing today. Speaking as an upper class white male who rocks mid-calf’s and prep shorts daily( and I enjoy both meanings of a gb) I would assume I’m part of the majority. But we shall see, feel free to give your thoughtssubmitted by /u/chriswaletti to r/lacrosse
I got a footage of whistling wind noise coming driver's side. Do I have incorrect expectations about acceptable wind noise level or something is not right?/u/k-unker to r/Buick
I’m a youth hockey coach, looking for a mobile alternative to traditional lineup/game cards. After looking for a few years, I couldn’t find one that I liked (for a variety of reasons). I decided to design one myself. I see this app being a great fit for team sports, most notably soccer, basketball, hockey, and lacrosse. At this point, I’m looking for honest feedback on my design (watch the video) from fellow coaches. My underlying philosophy is to create an app that is simple and easy to learn, while providing all the features that a youth coach might need to manage her/his team during the game.
Thanks all,/u/HC1617 to r/SoccerCoach
Can anyone point me to lacrosse for 5 year olds in San Diego? Preferably north county? We just moved from Maryland, where lacrosse started at 4. My son loved it for the 2 seasons he played. Seems like all the lacrosse leagues out here start way older though.submitted by /u/TransplantDCLawyer to r/lacrosse
I’m a youth hockey coach, who looked for a mobile alternative to traditional line up/game cards. After looking for a few years, I couldn’t find one that I liked (for multiple reasons). I decided to design one myself, and I’m looking for feedback from fellow coaches. I see this app working for most team sports, most notably basketball, hockey, soccer, and lacrosse.
Thanks allsubmitted by /u/HC1617 to r/basketballcoach
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Extracurriculars Varsity XC (3 years) Varsity Tennis (1 year) Varsity Track (2 years) Varsity Basketball (1 year) Varsity Lacrosse (2 years) Teen Church Group Treasurer (2 years) NHS Board Member (2 years) Class Board (1 year VP, 3 years member) Leadership Class (2 years) Diversity Club (3 years) My City’s Youth Action Council Non Profit (2 years President)
Demographics White(Middle Eastern) Male & In State Applicantsubmitted by /u/medpro123 to r/chanceme
Now that ATL2's season has come to an end, I thought it would be fun to talk about where their long term playing home might be. For some reason, I remember /u/DRobersonAJC reporting that the contract with Coolray was a 1 year thing, but I can't find anything now to back that up. Either way, I don't believe ATL2 is going to stay in Gwinnett long term. The distance from the training facility to Coolray is 40 miles and an hour's drive on a good day.
I am also firmly in the camp that Uncle Arthur will have an NWSL team running in Atlanta in the next few years, and I would think the NWSL team and ATL2 would end up sharing the same home stadium. Let's take a look at the contenders.
Atlanta United Training Ground
There is already a 2500 seat "stadium" on one of the fields, and combined with locker room facilities, it wouldn't be a bad option. However, parking is very limited, and there would likely need to be some facility upgrades to handle larger crowds (concessions, bathrooms, seating) and media+TV.
If Uncle Arthur could get Boris to sell him the place, it is the perfect size for ATL2/NWSL (capacity 5k with plenty of room for SRO or added seats). ATLUTD could even run fan leagues out there if they owned it. I doubt Boris is interested in selling, though, so that is why it is listed here. It really is a bummer because it's a pretty nice place to watch a game despite being right at spaghetti junction. ATL2 would likely capture much more of the in-town crowd that didn't want to drive another 20 miles OTP.
The ITP Option
The Stadium formerly known as Turner Field (GSU Stadium)
GSU seemingly is only using the stadium for football, graduation, and a few concerts, so there shouldn't be much to schedule around. The capacity is overkill at 25k, but you could easily limit which sections are used for fans. The entire East stand that was built in the middle of the outfield could be roped off and used for TV cameras and where the teams sit. There is ample parking/tailgating space, and you can even get there via MARTA (well, close enough at least). If you look at pictures on the website, it looks like a full size field would fit.
The Booked Logical Pick
Fifth Third Bank Stadiumlink
We've already seen this is a good place to play during the US Open Cup last year, and it is less than 15 minutes from the training ground. Attendance would be solid there as it is pretty accessible to the large northern suburbs and a shorter drive for much of ITP compared to Coolray. The major problem here is schedule congestion- KSU has football, women's soccer, and women's lacrosse playing there, and the Major League Lacross team played 7 home games between April-Aug. I would assume the KSU teams also use it to practice on some, so it was probably hard to schedule around on short notice for the first season.
I think 5th/3rd is eventually going to happen because ATL2 had more home games and a higher per game average (2600 v ~1600) when compared to the MLL team. This means more $$$ for KSU. With the training ground just down the road, it makes too much sense.
I think it would be really cool to have an NWSL team playing at GSU's stadium because part of what makes the ATLUTD crowds so good is they actually reflect the city. If you move the team to a stadium in the burbs, you lose some of that. If the team drew well, being at GSU would allow us to have the biggest crowds in the NWSL (Portland averages ~17k).submitted by /u/CalvinballChamp2017 to r/AtlantaUnited
There's a couple organized competitive teams but I was wondering if anyone has a group that's more laid back, more casual?submitted by /u/ubdiverbrksbord to r/sandiego
I’ve been playing for around 3 years and usually play without my glasses as I don’t want them to break/they got up too much.
Just wondering if anyone here can recommend some good/cheap/effective goggles that I can grab in the UK as I feel like it’s preventing me from getting better.
Edit - spelling/grammarsubmitted by /u/cmottrom95 to r/lacrosse
Also why not put some defenders in the field, just for fun.submitted by /u/aindriahhn to r/Showerthoughts
I play on a local women’s lacrosse team and a transgendered woman joined a few months ago. Unfortunately since she started she has (unintentionally) caused several injuries to our own team members as well as competing teams. No one blames her since these were accidents but we have started considering asking her to leave the team. She is a lot bigger than everyone else and several women no longer feel safe playing. Are there any trans sports leagues in the US east coast that she may be better suited for?submitted by /u/Bbal_throwaway to r/asktransgender
I've got a 2006 Buck Lacrosse CX with 165,000 miles on it. About 1,500 miles ago I had the front driver side wheel bearing go out, got it fixed and all was good.
When that bearing was bad the traction control light and ABS light would come on but after it was fixed they went off for a while. Now those lights are back on as soon as I hit the brakes and slightly turn the steering wheel. I've also noticed the ABS seems to slightly kick in when I hit the brakes (no slippery surface so no need for it).
From what I've researched, it seems like it could be the speed wheel sensor and I was wondering if anyone has had this issue before or worked on a similar problem? I've also seen I might have to have the whole hub replaced but I'd like just replace that sensor if possible... Any help would be greatly appreciated!submitted by /u/rausty22 to r/MechanicAdvice