Jeremy Arcaro is a Team Coach for the New York Reign Lacrosse Club. He played lacrosse at Dominican College, and uses his background in the game to help his players become “champions” within the game, and in life.
“Lacrosse changed my life, in return, pass that down.”
We talk about the importance of commitment and doing all the extra homework and “little things” to become a better player and teammate. We also discuss how he and his coaches strive to create a competitive environment that is family orientated.
“Our number one priority is to create a positive experience for our players to grow and develop into the best players on and off the field.”
Jeremy also provides insightful thoughts on how the game of lacrosse can continue to grow, and how anyone can handle be “doubted” when trying to accomplish their goal and mission.
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