When you’re a powerhouse team, you have the luxury of wearing whatever gear you want because you have the talent to back it up. Fortunately, the two-time defending MCLA Division II champs, the St. Thomas Tommies, decided to have stylish helmets for the 2013-2014 school year.
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The Edge is famous for being an elite defensive head, and while this incarnation is no different, it does provide more versatility due to its universal specs and “Superlight” construction. As an offensive player, I was curious to see how I’d like this head, and was overall impressed with how it performed.
Lacrosse, Tommy Hilfiger, and Hong Kong…what do they have in common? The fact that Bates alum Rory Baldini spotted a lacrosse stick in this Tommy Hilfiger window in Hong Kong!
Last night Paul Rabil tweeted a link to the newest ESPN SportsCenter commercial. Not only is lacrosse featured in the video, but Rabil himself appears twice.
Are there skills that are overlooked when teaching young players? This poster thinks so, and I tend to agree!
SD Navy Gold is a club team in the Southern California Men’s Post-Collegiate League (SCLAX) that is dedicated to “Making lacrosse play possible and affordable for San Diego County Sailors and Marines.” After Monday’s tragic events in Washington, D.C., the team tweeted the following.
We have another photo from Mark Donahue’s Yellowstone adventure! Two weeks ago we saw the Yellowstone Bear String It Forward, and today Old Faithful is in the spotlight.
This week’s Spotted is a little PSA from our friends at Jockey…
With the release of the third K18 lacrosse equipment line imminent, STX, LLC, has launched a new K18 microsite to provide an inside look at both the gear and the professional lacrosse player behind it – Kyle Harrison.
When you transition from stringing high school legal pockets to NCAA legal pockets, it can take some time to figure out how to get it exactly how you want it. Luckily, the LAS Community is here to help.
Talking Pockets is back with another MCLA interview. This time, we talk pockets with Sonoma State sophomore Michael Tomita, who strung up a then-brand new Lakota U head at the beginning of the summer.
The NFL season started last week with the Denver Broncos hosting the defending champs, the Baltimore Ravens. Now how does this relate to lacrosse? Well, the Broncos share their home stadium with Major League Lacrosse’s Denver Outlaws.
Someone recently posed this question to me: Are there national lacrosse brands? This question was asked in reference to club programs, specifically high school club teams, rather than to “brands” in the sense of gear manufacturers. So, are there “national lacrosse brands,” and if so, are they better than local club teams?
This week’s photo is from our own Mark Donahue! Over Labor Day weekend, Mark spent some time in Yellowstone with his family. See what he had to say about the trip!
This week’s spotting comes via the tip line from reader Sergey Baklykov, who spotted this boy holding a lacrosse stick in the TV show NCIS. The spotting is of the 200th episode of the show NCIS, which occurred on the Episode 14 of Season 9. The show is now on its 11th season.
An interesting question has popped up in the Forums, although the post itself doesn’t pose the same question as the title of the post. The title of the post is “How do you know when you need new mesh?”
Team USA tryouts were last weekend, and after the long few days of competition, it seems that some of the guys got together to kick back and relax…at a Canadian’s place.
US Lacrosse announced today the 52-man roster for the US Men’s National team that will compete in the World Championships next summer in Denver. Originally slated to have 46 players, this first cut keeps 10 attackmen, 13 midfielders, 14 long poles, 7 short-stick defensive midfielders, 4 goalies, and 4 face-off men. The final 23-man roster will be announced after various fall and winter events.