Each week we recap all the content from across the LaxAllStars.com, add in some outstanding lax-heavy content from across the internet, and then throw it all into one post so you can be sure to get your weekly lacrosse fix!
There’s a ton of new, info and opinion out there each week, and it’s easy to miss something. Now there are no excuses! We even break it down into a couple broad categories for you…
Connor will be in New Orleans all weekend, so be on the lookout for his Live Blog from the Mardi Gras Tourney. Wonder if anyone will run a Dirty Hidden Ball Trick down there this weekend? Can you do the hidden ball trick on College Lacrosse 2012 the video game? Guess we’ll have to wait to May to find out. We all have a “want” list, but few are as long, or as ridiculous, as Paul Woody’s list. Inter LEAGUE game really GTGs!
Also, lacrosse players say stuff.
Scrimmage action from D1 Robert Morris. Montana GrizLax make a SICK time lapse video. Trend? College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: D1 through MCLA. What did we learn from the SELC D1 this week? There is ALSO D2!
High Point goalie makes a sick save in practice. Yes, we’re talking about practice. More practice? You know it! Brown University kicks of practice, and shows off their new Easton Lacrosse Helmets in all brown!
Lacrosse Equipment – Newest 2012 Stuff:
St. Cloud gets new uniforms. Oregon Ducks get new uniforms. Washington Huskies got swaged out. American Revolution now has 4,358,927 glove mock ups. More. More. Metro State gets Riots. One person owns ALL of this. Drew gets white stuff. Team USA Kryptolyte Review!
Most Read Posts of January had a good deal of gear links. MSU gear. Thailand gets a new sponsor. Oakley? Wow. Krieg Shaw reviews the new Under Armour Lacrosse Gloves. IU Boathouses. TLA also getting the VOLT treatment? Hmmm…. Speaking of Thailand, wow check out this freaking sweet auction right here.
High School Lacrosse:
This is just an AWESOME Photo: Vandal Shots!
On a sad note, we end with the news surrounding the death of Tyler Kopp, a 12 year old 7th grader from the Rochester area. Tyler died shortly after being hit in the chest with a lacrosse ball. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his entire family, all of his friends, and everyone at the Twelve Corners Middle School, where he was a student. If you play lacrosse this weekend, play for him.