Connor Wilson spoke with Mike Levin, the Executive Director of MetroLacrosse, and a former MLL player, about the current state of the organization, and Mike provided a wealth of knowledge and information. Their conversation is inside.
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I don’t know about you guys, but this gives me chills in a major way…
In this week’s ‘Who Does It Better?’, we pit two hotbeds against each other to see who has the better accent!
It’s another fantastic Lacrosse Video Explosion! We’ve got clips from college, the MLL, LXM and a great short feature on John Grant Junior!
The new MetroLacrosse (out of Boston) video is, quite simply, breathtaking. It’s a pure class organization, and now they have an amazing video to match.
The Hot Pot has important news, great box lacrosse video and the most egregious slash to the neck of all time. It hurts to just watch it.
We’ve got little birds and live operatives all over Massachusetts this Memorial Day Weekend providing you with an in-depth look at the Final Four in Foxborough in case you can’t be there in person!
People have always called Baltimore and Long Island “The Meccas of Lacrosse,” and a few other cities have worked their way into the conversation. But which city will be the NEXT to truly break through?
If the NLL’s Boston franchise comes back in 2013 as promised, there will be two pro box lacrosse teams in Beantown. Can Boston support two more pro sports teams?
Jeff has been dealing with Lax in Las Vegas, Connor was in Mexico for a wickedly wonderful wedding but the mothership remained afloat! Now we’re catching up on the lax world happenings. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
With its newest promo video, MetroLacrosse brings a sense of purity to our sport that I’d almost forgotten existed.
The Boston Blazers are temporarily suspending operations for the 2012 NLL season. Reactions from the Twitterverse ensue.
Connor Martin isn’t the only one Growing The Game in urban areas! Paul Rabil’s new TV show in Boston features a visit to MetroLacrosse, an urban lax group in Massachusetts and the impact his visit had on the kids is clear!