On Sunday, the self proclaimed source of the sport published an article titled, ‘Do Face-offs Matter?’, proposing the idea that face-offs don’t hold as much worth as everyone traditionally believes.
Today, Forum Friday is discussing the most recent MCLA D2 poll.
Boston & Kentucky met last weekend for the first NALL championship. Could the Stickhorses pull off the upset? Would Boston win, as expected? See how it all went down.
Ryan Connors, Chris Rosenthall, and Connor Wilson predict winners in the Week 12 NLL games after Ryan breaks down last week’s action. Plus Week 11 highlights from The Lacrosse Network.
This week’s match-up features two of the best players to come out of Duke.
More lacrosse for your television and viewing pleasure!
StickStar will be writing about High School, College, and youth lacrosse in the great state of Texas this year, and this week he writes about Spring Break, and growing the game, and training, with Texas United.
Georgetown scored the first goal of the game, to take an early lead over Loyola, but it would not last as Loyola dominated the rest of the first half.
This week’s Thursday Traditional covers shooting string theory in traditional pockets using a new traditionally strung pocket for the one and only Jonny Namer.
Did you miss out on our last giveaway? No worries, here’s another!
There is something about college sports that keep the door open for upsets – the rivalries, the trash talk, the emotion. We pick the teams, you vote on the upsets. It’s the MCLA Fan Upset of the Week!
Thorben Fiswick joins the LAS Network to talk lacrosse in Germany.
Last week’s JuCo Report was excellent. This week is just as good, and the NJCAA action is only going to get better from here on out! If you’d like to see your team featured in the next JuCo Report, send us an email with video, photos, insider information, or tips.
Congratulations to Alonso Miller of Indianapolis, IN, the March 2013 Game Grower of the Month.
Please welcome Rune Andersson back to LAS! Rune is a member of the BI Lions, in Oslo, Norway. He’s been updating us on how the game is really taking off in Norway, and this post is no exception.
Welcome to Crosse Clicks: College Edition, where we cram a ton of great college lacrosse stories into one stellar post. Let’s get right to it! Tufts Tops Stevenson 7-6 This game was 0-0, then 1-1, then 4-4, then 7-6. We hosted an Open Thread for the game, and as Clay Hillyer said, “it’s like this game is 0-0 and 14-14 at the same time“. Lots of chances for both teams, plenty of turnovers, a ton of good saves, and even a…
One of the things I learned from Tufts Lacrosse Coach Mike Daly was how to do a simple test to tell if any player’s stick was holding them back.
We check out Reebok’s much anticipated shaft from the new ‘Black’ line of gear.