David Steves provided updates on a first year NCAA D3 team, Houghton College, for ‘CAC to the CAC this past Spring, but David didn’t stop there! He went out to Denver for the World Lacrosse Championships this July with the FCA Service Team, and helped prep international teams for their official games during a week […]
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Was there a lot of traditional at the World Lacrosse Championships? Yes there was, and I figured there would be at least a bit, but in the end there was WAY MORE TRADITIONAL than I thought there would be.
This post will cover the FIL World Lacrosse Championships as objectively as possible, and talk about as much of the the good, the bad, and the ugly, as is humanly possible.
Lacrosse withdrawal is a serious thing, and if you were out at the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championhips in Denver, CO, this Summer, you’re probably feeling it pretty hard right now.
Canada Lacrosse beats a seemingly unbeatable Team USA 8-5 in the World Lacrosse Championship finals and all hell breaks lose. Honestly, I’d expect nothing less!
In a hard-hitting, physical match-up between England and Israel, the England men’s national lacrosse team came out victorious in overtime 10-9.
Game photos from the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships semi-final game between Team USA and Australia.
The Canadians have bounced back from the loss to Team USA on opening night to remain undefeated since and propelling themselves back in to the gold medal game. Thursday night in front of 7,889 fans, Canada stepped their game up in preparation for the rematch.
With the international lacrosse community on full display at the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, Colorado, enthusiasts of the game unite.
What goes in to making a trip to the World Lacrosse Championships successful? You have to do a lot of work leading up to the event, and then you need to make that final push in the final two weeks. There are a lot of different ways to do this, and how you decide to […]
Other than the USA, Canada Lacrosse is the only national program to ever claim an FIL World Championship. Canada won titles in 1978 and 2006, and has never finished outside of the Top 3. In 1967, 1982, and 1994 Canada finished third, behind Australia.
Cam Bomberry, legendary player and the Director of Lacrosse for the Iroquois National Team, provides an update preparations for the FIL World Championships.
The Russian lacrosse national team has finalized their 23-man roster for the World Championships in Denver this July.
It’s an exciting time for International Lacrosse as we get closer and closer to the FIL World Championships in Denver! Connor Wilson provides an update.
On Saturday, April 5th, the Czech National Lacrosse team played its first exhibition game of the spring as part of its continuing preparatory activities during the lead-up to this summer’s FIL World Championships, which will be hosted by US Lacrosse in Denver. The matchup with Austria provided the first big opportunity to evaluate the performance […]