Just as regular season, high school action in Maine is kicking off, playoffs are heating up down here in Texas. In this edition of the StickStar Report, we will take a look at some of the Division I story lines from the last couple of regular season weeks and what lies ahead in the 2013 Texas High School Lacrosse League Playoffs.
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Congratulations to Jamie Plunkett of Berlin, Germany, the April 2013 Game Grower of the Month.
Looking regal, watching the Battle of the Bay.
By now I am sure you all know that LCC Radotin defeated the Boston Megamen (my team) in the finals to win the 20th annual AH Memorial tournament. My journey on a team to the finals gave me many interesting perspectives that I wasn’t fully prepared to understand at first. The trek was a proverbial roller coaster of emotions that left me feeling somewhat confused at its conclusion. Preparing for anything worthwhile begins months, sometimes years in advance. Countless hours, sleepless nights, and…
Lacrosse was not represented in the area of the Ruhrgebiet in Germany until 2009. Around Dr. Christian Späth, a small group of former players of other teams including Düsseldorf, Greifswald and Helsinki (Finland), founded the first lacrosse team in the Ruhrgebiet. The Ruhrpott Pirates.
In another great match-up before the match-up, #6 Syracuse met #1 Notre Dame in a preview of this week’s 1st round Big East match-up. For the first three quarters, the game looked like a chess match between two very talented opponents. After a scoreless first quarter, the Irish would draw first blood. Going into the half, Notre Dame would hold the lead 3-1. Coach Desko must’ve had a great with the Orangemen at half, because they came out swinging, taking…
Cornell and Princeton squared-off this past weekend in a high scoring shootout that the Big Red won 17-11. Cornell was led by a stand out performance by attackmen Rob Pannell and Steve Mock, who combined for nine goals and 5 assists. A first half onslaught would bust Cornell out to an 8-1 lead, before heading into the locker rooms at 9-3 at halftime. In the second half, both squads would trade goals through the last 30 minutes. The Tigers would…
This week’s reader poll is all about the NCAA D1 Tournament!
Stefan Bergman of La Salle goes deep from 80 yards on the 10-man ride.
Our new season started early this year, so we had to play against the second team of the Cologne Indians Lacrosse Club on the 9th of march . It was the first test for us after our voluntary go down to the second division of the German Lacrosse League and it went very well.
The 20th Ales Hrebesky Memorial (AHM) international lacrosse tournament is in the books and the host LCC Radotin reign supreme.
Another eventful day of box lacrosse from Prague is in the books. Lets take a look at what transpired and see how my predictions panned out.
FIL announced Team USA vs. Canada match-up to start 2014 World Championships.
Hello again LAS readers! I apologize for the infrequent updates regarding the AH Memorial here in Prague. I’ve encountered some unfortunate technological problems, but I’ve managed to persevere enough to bring you another update.
Forum Friday discusses the craziness that are the polls.
We publish a fantastic photo every Friday, and if you drop the best Photo Caption in the comments section of this post, we hook you up with sweet LAS gear from the Lacrosse Shop!
Sometimes sports create opportunities to help out a cause bigger than ourselves. This is one of those cases.
After a somewhat disappointing 4-10 finish in 2012, the Hamilton Nationals will look to bounce back this season.
This edition of the prestigious “Ales Hrebesky Memorial” (AHM) is extra special because it is the 20th anniversary of the international box-lacrosse tournament. 20 teams from 13 different countries will be featured in beautiful Prague, Czech Republic from April 24-27.
With our huge closeout deal going on right now, we decided to give YOU two items you wanted from The Lacrosse Shop. How’s that for sweet?!