The Shakerz are amped about the 4th Annual Salt Shakerz Invitational & their new website at www.laxoften.com! The SSZ Invy has been growing over the last few years and provides an opportunity for Shakerz around the country to get back to NYC. The event will be held on June 28th & 29th, 2014, and tourney spots are already going quickly!
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Andrew Suitor or the Minnesota Swarm wore the name of a lifelong fan who lost her life in the off-season. The link between lacrosse players and their fans couldn’t be any closer.
Contests where you can win gear for yourself are great, but contests where you can win gear for yourself AND all of your friends? Well that’s even better!
Got a nasty lacrosse helmet in your collection of gear? LaxAllStars.com is searching for the best and worst looking buckets in the history of mankind.
After eight long, cold months (in most MLL climates), 2014 Faceoff Weekend is just three weeks away. If you can’t wait until then you’re in luck, because teams will open their training camps this weekend in anticipation for the 14th MLL season. The New York Lizards will be the first to open when they do so tomorrow on Long Island.
Goal Guardian board member Ted Glynn, a three-time starter and MVP at Kean University, former Owner/General Manager of the Reading Rockets in the Professional Lacrosse League (PLL) and a goaltending instructor in northern New Jersey, sat down with us to answer a few questions for our second installment of the Guardian Goaltending Interview Series.
Guardian board member Hunter Francis, the Director of Operations for the Baltimore Bayhawks from 01-06 and also the Owner/GM of the Baltimore Bombers in 2013, took some time out of his busy day to sit down and answer a few questions on goaltending for this first installment of the Guardian Goaltending Interview Series.
Lynn University lacrosse senior Brandon Rothstein tackled a hit and run suspect for running across field.
NAME YOUR PRICE and support your favorite international lacrosse team! All proceeds greater than $15 per tee will be donated directly to the International team of your choice to assist with travel to the 2014 World Championships in Denver, Colorado, this summer.
Lacrosse is growing! Whether you’re looking at internationally where this year’s World Championships will have more nations represented from, or in, Britain with the growth of junior programs and the explosion of participation at universities, our great sport is becoming more popular every day.
College Lacrosse Upended by Albany’s Native American Stars.
We took part in the annual CityLax Gala last night at the Yale Club of New York City, and all the big names and faces of New York City lacrosse made their way to the event. Check out the great video below from CityLax that showcases the Gala event and runs down a small portion of who was there.
As Captain of the Men’s Lacrosse Team at Oxford I receive emails nearly every week from people who have at some point been involved in the Club. Recently I was contacted by Peter Higgins, who had been the Club Treasurer from 1952-1953, and I asked to meet him in person to talk about the game then and his experiences with lacrosse.
After manually counting and checking the votes twice, we have a clear winner for the Show Us Your Wall contest!
Brodie Merrill highlights the details of early recruiting in NCAA lacrosse.
Kevin Buchanan has done almost everything there is to do in the MLL, he won a championship, he has been a multi time All Star, and he won a freestyle competition by jumping over the goal. He has elevated his game to the point that he is one of those guys that has become one of the faces of MLL. We went to him to talk about his time Pre MLL, when he attended The Ohio State University
Officials and parents from the Stonington Seals youth lacrosse program are criticizing plans by the town to charge their players and those on other youth teams to use the town’s athletic fields, some of which have recently been renovated at a cost of $2.8 million.
The handful of Minnesota Swarm players taking part in Wednesday’s small practice session were a bit late to arrive, but the four Canadians had a good reason: they had to watch the second period of Canada’s hockey game against Latvia in the Sochi Olympics.