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New Orleans youth lacrosse

Take Me Out to the Lacrosse Game

0 - Published June 6, 2014 by in Youth

While the game is indeed bigger in the northeast, lacrosse – which combines elements of hockey, soccer and basketball and is based on stickball games played by native tribes as early as the 1600s – is in fact one of the fastest growing sports in the world, and New Orleans is no exception.

swarm ybl champions

YBL Championships a Booming Success

0 - Published May 23, 2014 by in Box, Youth

It was an exciting Sunday afternoon at the Chaska Community Center, as the Minnesota Swarm wrapped up its sixth season of the Youth Box League (YBL) with four championship games touting the best and brightest youth box lacrosse players across the metro area. The championships capped off yet another successful YBL campaign and the inaugural season for the YBL Elite League.

Richmond University lacrosse spiders

Magical MLAX Ride Ends At Air Force, 13-5 (Richmond)

0 - Published May 8, 2014 by in College, NCAA

Five different Spiders scored goals as the inaugural men’s lacrosse season came to an end in the NCAA Tournament with a 13-5 loss at Air Force Wednesday night. Richmond finishes at 6-11 with an NCAA Tournament appearance to show for their efforts. Air Force improves to 11-5 and advances to face top-seeded Duke Sunday. Despite the overall record, Richmond ended the season with five wins in its last nine games and six wins in the last 12.

JP Southren Randolph Lacrosse New Jersey

This Is The End: A Lacrosse Parent’s Journey

0 - Published May 7, 2014 by in Featured, High School, Youth

Lee Southren comes over to LAS from time to time to share his thoughts as a dedicated and passionate lacrosse parent. While Lee is regarded by many to be outspoken and blunt, he has another side which is very contemplative and deep. We’d like to thank Lee for sharing his personal thoughts, and we hope it helps other lacrosse parents who might be struggling with the concept of “the end”.