Tina Sloan Green became the first black woman to play on the US national women’s lacrosse team when she earned a spot on the team in 1969. In 1975, she became the first black head coach in women’s college lacrosse history at Temple University. She would go on to win three NCAA championship titles, including a perfect 19-0 season in 1988. She is also a co-founder and president of the Black Women in Sport Foundation.
Do. Not. Tell me that field hockey is an easy sport and does not require any physical ability. Also, do not say that the balls don’t hurt, or that it’s not dangerous. Do not try and tell me that it is just lacrosse or that it doesn’t count as a real sport. And most importantly, do not pretend like you know more than me. Because you don’t. I played for 6 years and I don’t even know all the rules because they’re constantly changing. You. Know. Nothing.
Hey! My name is Rose, I’m 17, and I currently live in Canada. I’m currently in my last year of high school, and besides working part time, (At McDonald’s, of ALL places) I love playing sports (mostly rugby, field hockey, and volleyball) reading, working on theatre productions, (Especially backstage) and music. (Favorite bands/artists right now are The Lumineers, Lorde, Kodaline and sometimes Post Malone, I’m a little all over the place.) I’d love to send snail mail, but I’d also like to make friends online, and just learn about people and places :)
Preferences: I’m looking for someone within the age range of about 15-19, for either snail mail, email, or online.
alright so no selfies this week but enjoy these pics of my fantastic posing in my game last night (we won 4-1 whee!) so glad my fockey (Field hOCKEY) season is back on it’s been distracting me from the lack of BELLARKE + T100 because i’m lowkey dying
tagging anyone and everyone this week!! pce y'all ✌🏽