Welcome to another College Lacrosse Video Explosion! We’ve got some SUPERB video from the D3 world (including a Wesleyan OT game winner), but that can be found over on the Cac to the Cac’s D3 Report! For all the rest of the college lacrosse video, stick around, we’ve got you covered!
Back in January, lacrosse was spotted on the TV show Community. I’m not quite sure what was happening in the episode, which appears to be “Geothermal Escapism,” the fifth episode of the show’s fifth season. Thanks to reader Jeff for the tip!
Hello Lacrosse All Stars and welcome to the Marty show. I’m excited to be collaborating with LAS and Lax Wax to bring you tips and advice from my life as a professional lacrosse player who’s always on the road.
Tanner Job is back to talk the Clan and their 3-1 start to the 2014 MCLA season. Be sure to watch the video reel from the season’s start!
Colton Raichl of Lacrosse All Stars is paying tribute to the great Matt Gibson by doing the Fake Bounce Shot for this week’s take on Stick Trick Saturday (03/01/2014).
The series is designed to be an inspirational guide for lacrosse players to get used to the properties of their own stick. Tricks are not just to show off but to develop a better relationship between the player and his crosse.
Today, Gordon Corsetti will be addressing the Defenseless Player rule which has been added as a 2014 rule change for boys lacrosse.
This week in End Caps, Mark shows love for Johnny Christmas and his father, Steve….(02/28/14)
If there is good college lacrosse video out there, the chances are that we will find it, drop it in one convenient post for your viewing pleasure, and ring in the weekend with style! Welcome to the college lacrosse video explosion! It’s your one stop shop for visual excellence on a lacrosse field.
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! Happy Friday!
The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) released the Divisional bracket (and the schedule) for the World Lacrosse Championship 2014 in Denver this July.
There are a couple of polls out there that attempt to rank the Top 20 or Top 25 US high school lacrosse teams, and when you look at it as an extension of the NCAA Top 20 polls, it seems to make some initial sense, but when you look a little deeper, the rationale begins to fall apart pretty quickly. Why do we rank high school lacrosse teams nationally in ONE ranking system? Heck, why do we even rank them at all?
When the ball moves, the goalie moves with it, so I want to get the ball in and out of my stick quickly to catch the goalie out of position. It’s imperative that my body and stick are pre set.
Guided by the leadership of its Sports Science and Safety Committee, US Lacrosse is providing nearly $78,000 of its $185,000 annual research budget to support three studies during its first funding cycle for 2014. Additional funding grants are expected to be announced in coming months as the national governing body fulfills its research budget for the year.