The Red Storm of St. John’s made their way to South Bend, Indiana to take on the #1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish and emerged from the road contest with yet another HUGE win for the St. John’s program.
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With actual games only 4 weeks out, training camp just around the corner, and starting jobs on the line, MLL players have been training on their own to get ready for the year.
In our last Pick Your Poison post, Colorado’s team transition goal beat out Chapman’s turn and fire effort 60% to 40%. This week, Samir and the fine fellows at The Lacrosse Network have sent over two more excellent goals, and it’s up to you to decide which one was better!
Welcome to another Traditional Thursday! This week we’re back, and answering reader submitted questions about traditional stringing and pockets.
Video highlights and recap from Penn State’s huge lacrosse win over then #7 Bucknell. Connor has PSU going DEEP in 2013. Is this a sign that he’s right?
Welcome to Crosse Clicks! We’re putting together an epic post with tons of fantastic lacrosse information, photos, video and more. Everyone will find at least one thing they love… and this first item is a strong contender.
Upsets, parity, and plenty of scoring: NJCAA lacrosse is the real deal! Have no fear… the JuCo Report is here. From Onondaga to Essex to ASA, we cover it all!
Connor Wilson reviews the M4 head by Gait Lacrosse in our newest Gear Review. See what Connor thinks of this do it all head from the guys at Gait!
Nothing matters in lacrosse, and in life, as much as attitude. This is true for coaches, players, fans, and yes, even referees. The Hot Pot tackles good attitude, and why it is THE key to success.
I’m interviewing Sean Gibson (the new Euro Box Coordinator), looking for Israeli box lacrosse players, talking Lax in the Box (and how you can play!) and filling you in on Deutschland Adler’s (Germany) upcoming box lacrosse trip to North America!
CityLax, a large not-for-profit volunteer group that focuses on growing the sport of lacrosse in NYC, held their annual fundraising Gala just over a week ago, and they got a great turnout, and raised a ton of money, which will go towards supporting lacrosse in New York City public schools.
The USILA and Nike/IL Polls for NCAA D1 Men’s Lacrosse have been released. Quint Kessenich has dropped his Top 20. This week it’s a Top 63. Let’s break down the Polls and rankings, and see if they are serious! I will add in my ranking of the Top 20 to provide an alternative view on the situation. Main Photo Credit: Craig Chase Rank | USILA Poll | Nike/IL Poll | Quint’s Top 20 | My Ranking 1) Notre Dame –…
Garden City topped Loyola-Blakefield 6-5, in the high school game, which was played before the college guys took the field for the Face Off Classic in Baltimore. Craig Chase photo gallery after the jump.
There were plenty of college games this weekend that played out as expected, but there were also a lot of big upsets, and that is where our focus lies this week…
Connor Wilson loves a good counterpoint, and the conversation surrounding a Visible Shot Clock is in dire need of one. This is why a Visible Shot Clock is a bad thing.
One of the more bizarre things we’ve seen in a while: the lacrosse double bounce pass.
Georgetown scored the first goal of the game, to take an early lead over Loyola, but it would not last as Loyola dominated the rest of the first half.
This week’s Thursday Traditional covers shooting string theory in traditional pockets using a new traditionally strung pocket for the one and only Jonny Namer.
Last week’s JuCo Report was excellent. This week is just as good, and the NJCAA action is only going to get better from here on out! If you’d like to see your team featured in the next JuCo Report, send us an email with video, photos, insider information, or tips.
Welcome to Crosse Clicks: College Edition, where we cram a ton of great college lacrosse stories into one stellar post. Let’s get right to it! Tufts Tops Stevenson 7-6 This game was 0-0, then 1-1, then 4-4, then 7-6. We hosted an Open Thread for the game, and as Clay Hillyer said, “it’s like this game is 0-0 and 14-14 at the same time“. Lots of chances for both teams, plenty of turnovers, a ton of good saves, and even a…