With an Ivy League title in mind, the Brown Bears are ready to take it to 2010. Today’s Fireside Chat is with Rob Schlesinger, one of the most tenacious offensive players on the squad. Check out some serious highlights and find out what he and the Bears are looking forward to this season.
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The latest installment of the Fireside Chat series brings Brooks Singer, Head Coach of the Catholic University of America Cardinals, to The Villa for a chat about what it’s like to be a grown up in the lacrosse world.
As usual, LAS is pleased to serve up Lax Nation with a heaping pile of links every glorious Saturday… Read on for some of the best lax links that this amazing thing called the “internet” has to offer.
The boys from Victoria ran by Western Australia 18-7 in their first game, beat a tough South Australia team that rarely loses at home in Adelaide 10-9. WA and SA then played in the final round robin game…
As the summer rolls on here in the old US of A, club lax season is in full tilt mode down in Western Australia. The Wembley Wolves continued to dominate the WA Smokefree State League and dismantled the Phoenix Lacrosse Club in their latest game. They started out pretty tight with Wembley leading 4-3 after the first quarter but things got ugly soon after as Wembley took an 11-5 lead into halftime and really poured it on in the second half with a final score of 30-6. Yes, 30 to 6, I did not e-stutter.
In Western Australia, East Fremantle has long been regarded as the top club side for men’s lacrosse. Before East Freo’s rise to prominence, Wembley Lacrosse Club was probably the top side in the WALA [Western Australia Lacrosse Assoc.] so anytime these two clubs get together for a game, the intensity and importance is guaranteed to be at the absolute highest level.