Now Schommy runs FoGoLax, and he travels around the country doing clinics, and passing on his knowledge base to kids, and the future FoGos of tomorrow. Last weekend, he was in St. Louis, and had a great turn out of players, and kids who wanted to learn the details of the battle at the X.
If you haven’t bought a ticket yet, get on it now. This is the second, and last pro field lacrosse game in NYC this season, and if we don’t show, the MLL might not come back for years. If that happens, we have no one to blame but ourselves.
We have a problem, we just can’t get enough lacrosse. Cecil Copeland, a reknowned MCLA photographer, reached out to us with a beautiful offer of 2013 MCLA Tournament photos, how could we resist?
It’s been a while since we dropped a Lacrosse Video Expolsion on you guys, and frankly, we’re sorry it’s taken us so long! We cull the internet for the best videos, put them all in one place, and save you the hassle. Also, check out First Seasons: Highlands In Texas Video… it’s what the game is all about!
We brought you the story of Highlands Lacrosse in Texas a couple of weeks ago, as Mary Mattia wrote a great story on their program’s first year. Now, Teach For America has followed up with a video on this first season, and it’s a good one!
At 1-5, the Boston Cannons’ hopes of making Championship Weekend are starting to erode just a bit, and for a team with the amount of talent, veteran leadership, expectations, and consistency, this is pretty shocking. Is it time to panic, MLL style?
It should come as no surprise that Randy Staats (attack) and Warren Hill (goalie) took home the NJCAA Player of the Year hardware, or that both players came from Onondaga Community College, which is fresh off winning their fifth straight JuCo title.
Lance Antoine provides a look back on the Charlotte Hound’s performance against the Ohio Machine in Week 6 of Major League Lacrosse action.
Over the last few weeks, parts of Europe have seen intense flooding, and the home of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial (the greatest box lacrosse tournament in Europe) is no exception. Josh Potter joins LAS to tell his Radotin story, and to provide an avenue to assist the wonderful people of this small Czech town.
The tourney runs from June 22-23rd in Stowe, VT. There will be a men’s open, Elite, and SuperMasters tournaments going on all weekend. The term Pro-Am refers to the talent level of the event. Not quite pro, but definitely not amateur.
Please welcome Mark Schindler, of Nexus Lacrosse, back to LAS! Nexus is a proud LAS partner, and Mark has wowed us in the past with training tips and drills, and some great perspective on the game. Now he’s back with a journal on a recent trip to Germany to Grow the Game!
Working in the lacrosse world has its perks and more often than not, we like to spread the love. Last week we received a sick new pair of gloves that aren’t even available for individual purchase yet. Can you guess what they might be?
Columbus and Cleveland definitely host their share of dominant teams such as Dublin-Jerome, Upper Arlington, Rocky River, and University School. Don’t get me wrong though, Northwest Ohio has some top level teams too, like Sylvania Southview or Toledo St. Francis, but they have something better than elite teams, and that is expansion!
The Chesapeake Bayhawks came in to New York City to take on the New York Lizards, and they absolutely dominated the rain-soaked game, which was the first ever pro field lacrosse contest played at the iconic and historic Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island.
There’s stories of a man in the lacrosse world. It is said that he can talk to sticks.
In our last edition of Ask A Ref, Gordon Corsetti filled us in on how players can, and can not, exchange sticks on the field of play. This week, he’s covering goalie sticks, how they can be used on offense, and we can draw the line.
It’s a total coincidence, but three of this weekend’s matchups were listed amongst the most interesting games of the year. The one that wasn’t has since become a battle of the top teams in the league, so let’s go ahead and officially declare that one interesting as well. We start off the week with a classic rivalry game in New York City, and a battle to get to (or maintain) a .500 winning percentage; here’s a breakdown of that and everything…
Towards the end of the college season, work picked up to the point that I couldn’t string as much as I’d like to, but now that things are slowing down just a little bit, I’ve found the time to dial just a couple of sticks… here’s a look at some of the heads I’ve been stringing.