At the beginning of October, we showed you Brian Langtry’s makeshift wall ball wall. This week, we show you how John Grant Jr. plays “wall” ball.
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Halloweekend may be over, and I’ve compiled some of the best lacrosse-related Halloween photos from Instagram and Twitter. There are many more than this, but these were some of my favorites. Check out this weeks Photo(s) of the Week with our Halloween Blowout Edition.
Lacrosse Mustache Madness 2013 is in full swing, and I’m thinking that it’s about time LaxAllStars got in on the Madness. As of today, we officially invite you to join us in growing some facial hair and raising funds for the HEADstrong Foundation.
Our friends at Throne of String tipped us off to this Spotting by posting this photo on Instagram and tagging @LaxAllStars in the photo! Here we have the TV show “The Goldbergs,” and there’s a goalie stick in the background during this Halloween episode.
This week’s Forum Friday is a test of your stringing knowledge. Do you know the different types of string? CROSS LACE VS. SIDEWALL STRING.
Aw, the good old days. When you went to school and each kid had their day to show and tell their favorite things. For some people (and probably most on this site!), that favorite things is lacrosse.
We’re back with another spotting from tipster Rick! We’ve seen Archer play lacrosse before, but now we see both his stick and a sweet lacrosse trophy.
Last week our Forum Friday was about what would to choose for a wooden shaft. This week, we’re continuing the wood theme, but moving on to lacrosse heads! It’s time to look at traditionally strung wood heads.
After years of injury recovery, UVA alum Ken Clausen returned to the playing field for the Denver Outlaws as they scrimmaged the Denver University Pioneers last weekend at the Colorado Lacrosse Showcase. His teammate, Mack Bocklet, gave him a shout out on Twitter for the successful return. Clausen is also the co-founder of Lacrosse Mustache Madness, a fundraising campaign for the HEADstrong Foundation, which helps families affected by blood cancers.
Our friends at Stylin Strings posted this awesome photo on Instagram, and it was too good not to share. I’m not sure where the Stylin guys are traveling to, but you can’t go wrong with your favorite lacrosse stick and a Batman backpack.
Sergey Baklykov sent us an another email, with yet another pair of custom Huarache cleats for NFL player Greg Toler made my mache275.
This post is an oldie but goodie in the LAS Community Forum that has gained a lot of new discussion over the last few weeks. It’s all about wood lacrosse sticks, and what type of wood is best.
For this week’s tweet, Paul Carcaterra drops some knowledge on leadership, specifically on how to be a good senior leader.
The LXM Pro tour has had a busy few weeks, with two events in back to back weekends. We had a team in Utah to catch the first game, and our guys snagged two awesome pictures of LXM players doing the LaxAllStars pose.
One of our readers sent us an email with three awesome spottings, and over the next few weeks you’ll get to see all of them. To start us off, we have a spotting from the TV show Pretty Little Liars.
Another stringing question in the LAS Community Forum! This time, our poster wants to know your opinion on wax mesh. Is it worth it compared to hard mesh?
Today’s message is brought to you by Trevor Tierney, and it reminds parents everywhere how to be great spectators and supporters at youth sporting events.
Last week we shared some photos from the Loyola lacrosse alumni games, and one photo in particular stood out to me. It made such an impression that I thought it needed its own post, and its own caption.
Tipster Sergey Baklykov sent us an email letting us know about an awesome custom cleat maker that he found on Instagram. The user, mache275, designed these Huarache 3 cleats with Colts logos for Indianapolis player Greg Toler.
This week’s Forum Friday is awesome. So much of what we discuss as lacrosse players, especially in the LAS Community Forums, revolves around stringing. So why wouldn’t we want to get to know each other…through our stringing!