Eden Prairie-based upstart Epoch Lacrosse is making a splash in the lacrosse equipment market with a brand that embraces technology. The company is utilizing new designs and new materials to compete with established brands in one of North America’s oldest and fastest-growing team sports.
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“It’s 7:55 p.m. on a Thursday, and 10 players, about half of the Charlotte Hounds roster, are waiting on the turf field at Providence Day School. Their last home game is in less than 24 hours.” Read more from the Sporting News.
Winona LaDuke explains how lacrosse is a microcosm of the Iroquois Nation’s fight for sovereignty. “The history of lacrosse is also the history of attempts by the Iroquois Nation—the longest-standing democracy in North America—to gain recognition under international law.”
Gawker.com’s Dayna Evans takes a deep look at the evolving culture of lacrosse in New York City.
John Grant Jr. is beyond devastated regarding his removal from Team Canada as the FIL World Lacrosse Championships approach.
The Big Ten Conference has revealed the schedule of league games for 2015, the inaugural season of men’s lacrosse as a B1G-sponsored sport.
ESPN Player, the live and on-demand sports streaming service, is launching a brand new channel to cover the World Lacrosse Championships held July 11-20 in Denver, Colorado for Europe.
US Lacrosse today announced it has signed Coaches Aid as a web streaming partner for the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship.
Outnumbered, clusters of shore teams prove they can compete with the hub of lacrosse.
Mitch Weis, who has down syndrome, loves the game of lacrosse and loves his team. He has never played in a game, but that was about to change.