After 2 or 3 nights of drinking and 3 days of lax, the Miami Bump & Grind Tourney finished up on Sunday, January 24th with the playoffs and crowning of a Champion.
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In only the second installment on the Miami tournament, I hit up the game action before Sunday, dish some more on who was there, how they did and what the overall experience was like. Later this week we’ll have more on the playoffs, championship and gear, gear, gear.
For your reading pleasure, here is a recap of some of the Friday experiences from Miami Bump & Grind. It was a crazy weekend and all this week we’ll be posting as much as we can on the event. To just call it a tournament would be a disservice.
UNC dye jobs? Well, why the hell not? It’s not like I went to Maryland.
There is so much lacrosse news and awesomeness out there right now that I am forcing myself to do another poorly imitated 4-1-2 style post where I ramble on, wax poetic and impress you with my all-around laxiness. Or you’re just here for the pictures. Whatever.
This week LAS enjoyed a Fireside Chat with Malcolm Chase, Head Coach of University of Southern Maine. Great conversation.
Tournament Preview for next weekend in Miami. This should be good.
It is Saturday once again. Revel in the lax links and be merry. Yea.
STX has added Brendan Mundorf to their star-studded team of player reps. Mundorf is on the US Team and stars in both the outdoor and indoor pro leagues. Possibly the best dodging field attackman today.
I leave the Lacrosse Universe for 1 week and BAM! I feel out of the loop. I’ll hit you up with some of my vacation pics (just to make you jealous), talk about the NLL a little and then get to the fact that the college season is right around the corner. So laxy.
Vacation is over. Let’s get back to Lax.
Connor Wilson talks colored heads, the evolution on lacrosse gear manufacturing, and (most importantly) why you should be learning to dye your own head. The LAS stick doctor is holding office hours so turn your head and cough because this is going to be a thorough examination.
Connor Wilson is back with a meaty post full of the most delicious lax links you’ve every set your eyes on. Peep it.
Its almost the New Year. What have you done to make the world a better place? Not enough? Then read on, my friend…
Connor Wilson recaps his first non-lax filled weekend in a long time. He promises to stop with this life story nonsense next week and get back to the good stuff: lacrosse. Until then he talks about cow skin rugs, New York nightlife, and, oh who are we kidding, he finds some awesome pictures of lax heads. The man is a machine.
412 Lax is unique. His posting style is long and rambling… but also totally awesome. In a homage to the greatest long-post lacrosse blogger of the modern (or any) era, I will simply try to rip off his style and just wax poetic.
It’s Saturday so the Lax Links are here for your reading pleasure. God, I love this job.
STX answers the call for gear reviews (so quickly I might add!) AND gives stuff away. Put on your sunglasses, you’ll need ‘em.
When someone is paid to pimp a product, can you really trust them? Wouldn’t an honest review be more convincing? The answers after the jump…
We did a post with Chapman’s new K18 Glove mock-up so when we got a picture of the real thing, you knew we had to post it. You can see the real deal after the jump!