Earlier this week, Con Bro Chill released its newest music video to rave reviews in the lacrosse world. Listening to Dance Thief, the “neon power party pop” song featured in the video, while watching the story line of this video unfold, I could not help but feel a since of nostalgia. It reminded me of the Power […]
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Hello there, and welcome to . Today, we’re excited to launch our brand new homepage. It looks a bit different, but the general layout hasn’t really changed. When first landing on the page you saw our FEATURED SECTION. This text you’re reading right now is today’s EDITOR’S NOTE. There will be a new note published […]
Former Syracuse University attackman and SportsCenter Top Ten prodigy Tim Desko has signed a one-year deal with lacrosse manufacturer STX.
A bright idea that could change the way stadiums play music and sound effects at lacrosse games.
LXM PRO Kyle Harrison has renewed his contract with STX Lacrosse through 2016. New K18 line set for 2014.
Jeff Brunelle announces the official launch of LaxAllStars Fundraisers! It’s a new fundraising platform specifically built for the lacrosse community.
My favorite photos from our downtime on the Grow The Game Tour…
On a beautiful sunny day at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, fans entered Kezar Stadium ready for a battle.
Easton’s newest video captures our game in its simplest form. In reality, a good stick is all you’ll ever need to succeed on the lacrosse field.
The Denver Pioneers and Maryland Terrapins battled in the rain in the first-ever Seatown Classic. Denver came out on top with the 12-9 win in front of 4,000 fans!
Photos from our trip to Browning, Montana, the largest community on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.
Photos from our trip to Ronan, Montana, a city on the Flathead Reservation…
A few of my favorite photos from our road trip to Missoula, Montana.
Lacrosse All Star Kyle Harrison discusses Team STX’s performance and more at LXM 801 in Orem, Utah (9/28).
The University of Oregon Lacrosse Club is coming off another great year of lacrosse, but they have one problem: They don’t have a coach for 2013. A proud alum lays out the job, hoping to find that next level coach.