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Show Us Your Ink!

4 - Published September 21, 2009 by in The Life

Lacrosse players have always been known to express themselves. Whether it’s crazy long flow or tattoos, we’ve all seen some interesting things on and off the field. Enter our newest series: Show Us Your Ink!

Recreational Sports Are Antidepressant

4 - Published September 2, 2009 by in The Life, Training

Have you been feeling a little down in the dumps lately? Are you starting to think it just might not be worth it anymore? Do you feel like your get-up-and-go just got up and went? Well these are all tell-tale signs of clinical depression, and even though we are in the throes of the lacrosse off-season, there is plenty to be happy about my laxin compadre!

Reliving The Epic Syracuse Comeback

4 - Published August 12, 2009 by in College

While perusing the youtubes recently, I stumbled upon this: the last 4 ½ minutes of the 2009 NCAA lacrosse championship between Syracuse and Cornell. This game had me and the rest of the guys at LAS on the edge of their seats, especially the ones at Gillette Stadium.

From The Ice To The Field

2 - Published August 5, 2009 by in High School

I recently saw an article in the Boston Lacrosse Examiner about the cross over from hockey to lacrosse. Anyone not very familiar with either sport would probably say “why not?” – I mean, they both have Canadians, sticks, and some brutal contact, right?

Things to do When You’re Not Laxin – Build a Kegerator!

0 - Published July 29, 2009 by in The Life

We’ve all had the dream, so why not put it into fruition? This weekend was the Tahoe Lax Tourney and while all those guys were soaking up the NV sun, laxin’ it up and taking care of some serious beer no doubt, I was at home in Portland only doing one of those. Luckily enough, […]

Wandering The Woods And Pondering Baggataway

0 - Published July 16, 2009 by in The Life

I spent this weekend getting in touch with my inner native Oregonian and what better way than to go hiking in the gorge.  While taking in the incredible scenery at Loowit Falls, I was struck by the notion that I was undoubtedly treading some of the same ground that many legitimate Oregon natives had tread before me.  As I wound down the bush-whacked trail with over-sensitive bare feet, another notion hit me: Baggataway must have been brutal! 

Just Another Brick In The Wall

0 - Published July 1, 2009 by in The Life

Good day lax enthusiasts! I wanna start today with a question…OK, a statement AND a question. What is the #1 drill in lacrosse? I’ll give you a hint – anyone who doesn’t know needs to go hit it hard for a couple hours, a couple days a week. That’s right… the all powerful wall.