Matt Landis, Award Winning Lacrosse Player

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Matt Landis is an award winning lacrosse player for Notre Dame University in Indiana. He has been playing on the university level since his freshman year in 2013. He has progressively become one of the best defensive lacrosse players in the history of Notre Dame. While not on the field he is working on his degree at the Mendoza College of Business within the university.

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Landis was recently named Epoch and Lacrosse Magazine Player of the Week for his performance against Albany’s Lyle Thompson. Assisted by his teammates he was able to neutralize the star player of the other team. Earlier in may Landis was names Atlantic Coast Conference 2015 ACC Defensive Player of the Year and also the William C. Schmeisser Award Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year. It’s easy to see that Matt Landis is an amazing lacrosse player and as he is going into his senior year he shows much promise for Notre Dame.

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The university men’s lacrosse team has had an outstanding year, partly attributed to the success of Matt Landis. The team continues to pursue excellence on and off the field through three pillars on which the program is built. Culture, Character, and Community these values are shared with the students to give them the best collegiate experience any athlete could ask for. Keep following Matt Landis and the Notre Dame team as this upcoming year is sure to be an exciting one!

Lonely Kids Likely to Stay Away from Sports

There are many studies and research conducted by many Universities that state that the kids who are alone, and tend to remain by themselves, are more likely to stay away from games and sports.

This is due largely to such children preferring to keep themselves reserved, and not involved in to anything else apart from just their work. They prefer to play alone, study alone, and if required they sit alone.

Most importantly, however, they not try to talk to anyone, or even respond to anyone when they are trying to them.

For these kind of kids it is the responsibility of the parents at home, and teacher at school, to make sure that they are able to communicate and talk to everyone openly, rather than being reserved.

It is not important that how well you play the game, or whether you are a champion, but all that matters is whether you are able to get in the ground and start playing it along with the fellow players.

Moms everywhere and advocates like Susan McGalla have been using the mantra–do not let your kids spend time alone: rather, help them to expose their talent to the world. More information can be found here that will help you know what kids get from sports.