Season 2 of Stick Trick Saturday kicks off with The Fist Bump, a creative stick trick most intermediate lacrosse players should be able to master.
Author Archive | Mark Donahue
Welcome back to another installment of Throwback Thursday. The year was 1993, we found out What is Love?, The X-Files hit our tubes, we got Dazed and Confused because Whoomp There It Is!
If you watch, play or pretend to like lacrosse, there’s no way you don’t know about the crew at Tomahawk Shades. But let’s imagine a world where you don’t know about Tomahawk (hard to imagine right?!) and I will be your guide.
If you haven’t made yourself familiar with Wolf Athletics yet, do your self a favor and get caught up. Three guys from northern Illinois got fed up with seeing the same old stuff being rebranded or regurgitated in the lacrosse scene year after year. So what did they do? They created the Ghost, the most […]
We start this #ThrowbackThursday series with Part 1 of our look in to Jane Claydon’s St. Leonards Cradle of Lacrosse. We are following the history of lacrosse in Scotland and women’s lacrosse internationally starting with the first written account of an organized women’s lacrosse match.
TheLocker just released their biggest news to date, they just signed MLL and Team USA All-star Kyle “K18″ Harrison.
Now that US Lacrosse has announced the coaching roster for the 2015 WILC, we can start to set our sights on the team selection process.
The Six Nations Chiefs are leading the 2014 Mann Cup series over the Victoria Shamrocks 3-2. Game 6 is tonight and the Chiefs can become the outright champions.
This fall we will see a record breaking 38 DI-III, MCLA, NCLL and other club programs will bind together to raise awareness and to make a statement that lacrosse is dedicated to the RELENTLESS fight against cancer.
A while back we featured a 4×4 box lacrosse style mini-goal from Rukket Sports. This time we are cycling back around to show off the two newest pieces of gear that Rukket has added to their lacrosse arsenal.
Sport England has officially recognized English Lacrosse and their amazing accomplishment of drastically increasing participation amongst 14 -25 year olds.
Before there was the NLL, there was the MILL! Back in 1994 the New York Saints blew out the Philadelphia Wings and we’ve got the ESPN 2 broadcast!
Today NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel (PROP) approved multiple rules changes for the 2015 Men’s Lacrosse season. In my opinion the highlight of these approvals are the rules regarding stalling and the faceoff, but there are so many good ones.
The following is the story behind the history of multicolor mesh, told in coordination with BC Lax co-owner Tim Weston. Blue Collar Lax is confident that multicolor Marc Mesh was the spark that led to all of the multicolor lacrosse heads we see today. They note, before Marc Mesh came out with multicolored netting there […]
In London, England one of the largest higher learning institutions is University College London, or UCL. At UCL, sports fall in to a union known as the UCLU. This year, the UCLU is letting the world decide which sport the world like to see added to the UCL Varsity Series for 2015.