Kasey Choma is the best of the best; The Eastport South Manor High School alum had a record breaking high school career, highlighted by her title as Inside Lacrosse’s Top Recruit of 2019. The former Long Island lacrosse star was the catalyst in many of her team’s victories, including four consecutive Suffolk County Championships and a 2019 gold medal finish in the World Lacrosse Women’s U19 Championship. Now, the midfielder has taken her talents to Notre Dame University, where she has soared to even greater heights. As a freshman, Choma started all seven games for the Irish and led her team in goals scored. It is clear that for the star athlete, the best is yet to come. She recently shared some of her best tips for up and coming athletes. See below to read the full article!
There is always room for improvement.
There are always new things to implement into your style of play, and a saying I always go by is that “If I’m not practicing, someone else is.” I believe watching and learning from other players is important.
Consistency is Key.
Constant practice and having a routine is crucial. I have a stick skill workout that I work on every day. I believe if you practice a certain skill once or twice ,you will not perfect it. It takes time to feel confident and master a skill.
Love what you’re doing.
I am a firm believer that if you are passionate and dedicated about what you’re doing, you can achieve any goal you set.
Take care of your body.
Making sure your body is at peak physical condition allows you to perform at your best.
Play every game/practice like its your last.
You will never know when the last time you step on the field may be, so take advantage of every moment out there and have no regrets.