The LXM is steam rolling along through the country. Next stop? FLO-RIDA.
Author Archive | Connor Wilson
Lacrosse is growing and there is an opportunity to do it the right way. Chris Fox on NLL Insider got me thinking!
Stick trick thug life, indeed.
One observation means nothing. Or does it?
The slapdown is back. Slip-slap-slapping you back.
True style holds the test of time.
Sundays in the fall in NYC provide a great excuse to get out and lax it up. I be on that.
Some lacrosse writers love delivering the slapdown all the time, every time. Sometimes they get slapped down themselves. It’s karma.
Don’t sleep through lacrosse during the fall because when you wake up in the spring, you won’t know what’s going on and your friends will think you’re a baseball player… And no one wants that.
Winter prep times continues for those in the Northeast. But don’t think I forgot the kids down in Florida. There’s a special shirt for them at the end.
The 4th week of NYC’s fall Ulax league has come to a close and a certain special team got out of the loss column. Sweet, sweet lax.
It’s fall in NYC so that means Ulax is still going strong. Enjoy the view.
People think the fall is a relatively dead period of time for lacrosse. Well, those people couldn’t be more wrong!
Spread the knowledge like butter my friends!
If the clothes make the man, then who made the clothes? Another man. I just blew my own mind.
The fall is the best time for lacrosse companies to experiment and get their product all set for the upcoming indoor and spring outdoor seasons. If this reads like a NY Times trends piece, I apologize.
It’s been a little while since my last crack at the Pocket 34 so here’s an update: I still don’t have it, but I’m close!
I went on a little traditional stringing bender this week. Gotta feed the need.
LAS is back and while the sniff of fall hasn’t entered everyone’s nostrils, it is definitely on many a mind. Check out the fall freshness as we get ready for the cold ahead.
Blue Magic Lax. Never heard of them? Prepare to get your learn on. We’re talking wooden shafts at bargain basement prices!