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It’s Wednesday and even though it’s now officially summer, the grind of the week can be a drag. The world is a rough place and sometimes you just need a kick in the pants. Your lax summer ball team might be 0-3, you may have accidentally taken a steamroller for a joyride last night, or maybe NBA draft coverage is dominating your life. Fear not because the answer to all your motivational problems lies out in a small school in Montana.
A U-21 lacrosse team from Australia was having a nice little trip to South Korea until swine flu decided to change their plans. 3 days later, the team is still quarantined in their lax bungalow and we’re one zombie outbreak / mysterious disappearance away from the beginning of a really good horror movie. Check out their video plea for help after the jump.
The big lacrosse news today was the relocation of the National Lacrosse League’s San Jose Stealth to Everett, Washington. Why Everett you ask? Well, first off how dare you not recognize the largest city in Snohomish County, Washington. Second off, Seattle is jam packed with sports teams at the moment, thank you.
Well my lax friends and family, the summer is well upon us, and you know what that means. That’s right…the naked ride in Portland, OR. If my sources are correct, it is legal to ride your bike naked in the city at all times and not just when a thousand other people are doing it. I had the great fortune of happening upon this unsightly scene of skin the other night while coming home from a few beverages with my running crew.
Hello World! This is my first post on LacrosseAllStars.com and I am fired up about it. This site has been ragin’ for almost a year now and is beginning to draw some serious attention from the lacrosse world. I’m going to be ranting about all kinds of topics, hopefully centered around lacrosse, but to begin I’d like to talk about how I became acquainted with the greatest team sport known to man.
Yesterday, your intrepid LacrosseAllStars Co-Founders found themselves in a dark basement filled with a bunch of generally white guys between the ages of 20 and 40. Was it an AA meeting? Not this time…and our underground fight club meets on Thursday nights so that could only mean one thing…
WGN-TV Reporter Pat Tomasulo thinks kids these days are soft and to prove it he’s going to lay down the law. Oh, who cares if the child’s mother gets upset? Pat Tomasulo doesn’t feel your human emotions. He’s a warrior sent back in time to teach the world how men should act… one sobbing pre-schooler old at a time.
The coverage of lacrosse on ESPN and ESPN 2 is so minuscule that people still ask “what sport is that?” when they see highlights. I would like to see Sportscenter regularly highlight all top 20 D1 games, expand lacrosse knowledge and help it become a mainstream sport.
Bill Tierney, Jason Lamb, and now Flip Naumberg. The coaching carousel is in full motion right now in LaxNation. The long time CSU coach announced on his always entertaining “Flip’s Journal” Blog that he is stepping down as head lacrosse coach of the Rams.
This Week’s GET JACKED! - Scott is back with a workout article perfect for staying in shape over the summer. If you can’t always make it to the gym, you’re going to need a simple, effective way to stay in peak condition. Welcome to Kettleball Workouts 101 with your video professor Scott Umberger.
If you are a high school lacrosse player or parent then this is the podcast for you. Chris Meade, CEO of LacrosseRecruits.com, stopped by our HQ for a lively discussion of the recruiting process and how to get your name in front of college coaches.
You heard right LaxNation, LacrosseAllStars.com gets a shout out in this months issue of Lacrosse Magazine (a publication of US Lacrosse). Look for us under the ‘Quote Of The Week’ section.
“Coach that is your first and final warning,” This phrase has become commonplace at most sporting events across the United States. The frequency of statements like this from officials isn’t from ill tempered coaches; but from lack of game knowledge, experience, and maturity it takes to correctly officiate a sporting event.