Lincoln Financial Field will host a lot of lacrosse this weekend, and two of the five games go down on Saturday, in the men’s lacrosse NCAA D1 semifinals. We’ve got Syracuse – Denver, and Duke – Cornell. Both should be excellent games. So let’s break down what we can expect from each match up.
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Two articles were were published about the University of Michigan men’s lacrosse team in the New York Times this weekend. If you’re a college lacrosse fan interested in the future expansion of our sport, both are worth reading!
Pete Schroeder interviews Kentucky native, and current Denver star, Chase Carraro about his trip from a non-traditional lax area to D1 stardom, and what the changes at Denver are really like. Interesting and 100% relevant!
An anonymous blogger over on LaxUNation seems to think Bill Tierney badgered the refs, and THAT is how Denver beat Villanova… really, guy? I don’t think so. They did it by being a better team and playing with more composure.
What has made Notre Dame and Denver two of the top teams in NCAA Division 1 Lacrosse this year? Leadership. If you want to win lacrosse games, you simply have to have it. There is no other way.
It is a lacrosse related question that does not need to be asked. But we’re asking it anyway. 412 inspired us. Is Cornell attackman Rob Pannell better than Princeton legend Ryan Boyle?
Why can’t lax people figure out the zone defense and what it really means for the Sport of Lacrosse? Connor Wilson breaks down the zone defense, busts some myths and even tells you how to score and beat a zone defense.
The best lacrosse stories from the weekend. None of the obvious stuff you’ve seen everywhere else. Just the most interesting events, and a ton of links back to other sources. Let’s get deeper.
We love Season Previews. Everything is possible and the outlook is guarded but optimistic. iLacrosse has been pumping out the interviews and this Princeton Lacrosse interview with Chris Bates is pretty solid! Nice to see a new face with the program AND nice to see Tierney still coaching in Denver. Everyone wins!
Ever wonder what sets a Bill Tierney Team Camp apart from the other options out there? We were, so we sat down with Blake Gaudet of Bishop Kelly High School to get the lowdown.
The Lacrosse Summer Camp circuit seems to get bigger and bigger every year. Finding a quality team camp can be especially difficult, and this happens out West even more often than it does on the East Coast. Denver feels like they have the solution to this perceived lack of camps.
Video. Custom Helmets (Now THREE!) Photos. News. Growing the Game! It’s all inside and more. So much drop. So much Lacrosse.
Princeton moved outside of their usual comfort zone for uniforms last year. Let’s see where they should go this year! Huzzah! At the very least, I’ll throw on a varsity sweater and give it the old college try.
Trilogy Lacrosse interviews Trilogy Lacrosse… Plus news & notes as always!
Caption contest: Drop your caption in the comments section. Winner receives some free LAS swag. Plus news & notes as always.
Tierney’s arrival spurs Denver’s success, Syracuse on Google, and the PNCLL Final Four. Plus news & notes as always.
Jumbo Jack breaks down one of his favorite days of the year and talks about all the influential Irish lads in the game of lacrosse.
Check out the trailer for the new women’s lacrosse movie, Toe To Toe. Plus news & notes as always.
Lax links, lax links, lax links, NEW ORLEANS. Come in for some click juice and tons of pictures from Connor’s adventure down south!
With all the recent talk of the National Lacrosse Convention going around, here at lacrossefire headquarters, we thought we’d rewind things a bit and share some thoughts about the 2009 California Lacrosse Convention.