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.
Author Archive | Connor Wilson
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!
Connor Wilson is back with a post chock full of sweet lax links. Stay up to date and in the know. LAS is here to help you. In this episode: learn to love box lacrosse, coverage of the IMLC convention, and volunteering opportunities with Citylax.
The MLL held its Supplemental Draft today and the results are in! Who did well, what does it all mean and who dropped the ball. LAS has you covered with links and commentary!
Connor Wilson chronicles his stick head dying process in preparation for the Miami Bump & Grind tourney with STX in January. This is one slick dye job.
Connor Wilson’s weekly recap of the latest news in the world of lacrosse. In this episode: Tierney blows up again, NLL training camps, meaningless NCAA pre-season rankings are out, why you need to get CBS College Sports, and more! Get your fix.
While Bill Tierney (that’s MR. TIERNEY TO YOU!) is a mastermind of lacrosse, recruiting and getting the most out of his players, he still only comes in a distant second when you talk about the best coaches currently out there. Why do I say this? Well, the answer is very simple…
Connor Wilson’s weekly recap of the latest news in the world of lacrosse. In this episode: LXM PRO, Danowski signs with Warrior, and a ULAX tourney in Denver. Get your fix.
For this installment of the Fireside Chat series we have another NCAA Division 3 chat right before Thanksgiving. This time we’re heading west to talk with Andrew Swett, a sophomore LSM for the Whittier Poets. Andrew gives the low down on life on the road, why he decided to be a Poet, and what tunes he’s currently bumping on his iPod.
For this installment of the Fireside Chat series, LAS is talking some sweet, sweet lax with Connor Burgasser, a senior LSM for the perennial national powerhouse Salisbury University (MD) SeaGulls. Burgasser gives us a peek inside a top tier program and fills us in on how the Gulls DO.
Conner Wilson has a rundown of the latest and greatest going on in the world of lacrosse every Saturday. This week: big signings up at Albany, news from LXM PRO, Greer in Minnesota, and even a rumor of some sick see-through helmets. Lax links are a go.
All the way from Perth to College Park. In this edition of the Fireside Chat we talked with senior middie Adam Sear about the upcoming season, his favorite place to play, and predictions on who will win the title in 2010.
Glenn Morley shares his experience at the Hawaii Invitational. After reading his post, just TRY to tell us that Hawai’i doesn’t look and sound like pretty much the best lax event anywhere in the world.
So the Hawaii tournament took place last weekend and, as usual, it was supposedly unreal. All accounts, again, as usual, paint it as an almost unmatchable lacrosse and life experience.
As usual, LAS is pleased to serve up the Lax Nation with a heaping pile of links every glorious Saturday… Read on for some of the best that this amazing thing called the “internet” has to offer.
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U-S-A! U-S-A! The US National Lacrosse Team Roster now consists of 23 men that are ready to take on the rest of the best that the lax world has to offer. C-Wilson takes a look at all the chatter around this year’s selection process.