The college lacrosse season is just around the corner. Enjoy a great Lacrosse Drop on this wonderful Sunday! It’s a great mix of news, excellent video, links, photos and more. Drop on in, we’re expecting you.
Shooting String Traditional
It’s the softest pocket I’ve ever dialed up. How will it break in? I’ll keep you posted.
Update: the pocket was awesome. The head lasted 2 hours in the cold, then it snapped in half. Oh well!
Notre Dame Plays Handball
I prefer this over more Manti Te’o news any day:
Joe Cowan – Tewaaraton Legend
Cowan joins Jim Brown and Bob Scott as the newest Tewaaraton Legends Award winner.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Tewaaraton Foundation has named former Johns Hopkins University lacrosse star and U.S. Lacrosse National Hall of Famer Joe Cowan as the recipient of the third annual Tewaaraton Legends Award, presented by LaxRags.
“Joe Cowan is a natural selection for the third Tewaaraton Legends Award,” said Jeff Harvey, Chairman of The Tewaaraton Foundation. “He was an outstanding player during a championship era at Johns Hopkins and, just as importantly, he has always been loyal to his alma mater and the game of lacrosse.”
Cowan’s illustrious lacrosse career began at Friends School in Baltimore, where he was a standout midfielder. In 1963, he helped the team win the Maryland Scholastic Association Championship.
Read more on this lacrosse legend on Hopkinssports.com!
Who Wants To String Like Bradman?
He’s interesting and talented, and now you can string like Sam Bradman. Want to play like him? Practice more!
One More Weekend NLL Game
Philly won. Buffalo won. Colorado won. Each game was decided by a single goal. Edmonton takes on Washington today. Check the game out on The Lacrosse Network, as well as the earlier games from the weekend, which have been archived on TLN!
Aussie U19 VS BNLC All-Stars
Jake Seau Blazes Own Trail In Lacrosse
Jake Seau and his father, the late Junior Seau, had a lot in common. Same smile, athleticism, personality, taste in music, comedic nature and work ethic. However, the younger Seau, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound high school junior, has chosen a sport different than the one that made Junior an NFL legend.
While football ran in Junior’s blood, it simply was not Jake’s thing. He has an older brother, Tyler, who plays football at Delta State (in Cleveland, Miss.) and two cousins, Micah and Ian Seau, who played at San Diego State and Kansas State, respectively…
read more on FoxSportsWest.com
Aurora Preseason Video
Roster Changes For Team USA – Champion Challenge
5 players originally named to the Team USA roster for the Champion Challenge in Florida have been dropped from the team, many for their NLL commitments. 38 was a lot of guys anyway!
Ohio State Vs. Canada
OSU scrimmages Team Canada on Sunday. The scrimmage sold out!