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The Photo of the Week is back for a second time this tuesday with a crushing cross check from the Texas Box Lacrosse Association’s first annual Jingle Brawl!
Usually we focus on goals and Benny Hill style slipping and falling, but this week the focus is on NYC box lacrosse goaltending. It’s save city!
On December 15th the Texas Box Lacrosse Association will host the first ever Jingle Brawl at Houston Indoor Sports. Eight teams, one day, and a whole lotta Texas Box Lacrosse!
The Hot Pot laid the foundation, and here is a fuller explanation on why Fighting is not the problem for box lacrosse, but reducing it may be part of the solution.
Connor Wilson addresses the new fighting rules for box lacrosse in the Canadian Lacrosse Association, and why you should definitely check out the NLL or NALL this year.
Rubber Sneakers, wet concrete and box lacrosse don’t often mix well, but when they do, you get Benny Hill style box, with lots of slipping and falling.
LaxAllStars.com face off against the Brooklyn Dodgers in this week’s ULAX New York City Box Lacrosse League. We’ve got great photos from this one goal game!
Catherine Conway regales us with her adventures, lacrosse history, and thoughts on playing men’s box lacrosse, in NYC.
A while back Connor asked why more college lacrosse teams weren’t playing box lacrosse during the offseason. Now that Loyola is doing it, will others follow suit?
Week 2 of New York City’s box lacrosse league is in the books. Four teams, two games, and both were decided by one goal. It’s anybody’s championship at this point.
This week’s Sunday Lacrosse Drop is packed up with great video, a couple great photos and some incredible stories that haven’t made big news… yet!
Connor Wilson uses the new LaxAllStars.com box lacrosse jerseys as a case study on how to have some fun and look like a team, without breaking the bank.
Everyone always says “hit the wall” and “use both hands” but are we missing something? Can using both hands mean something entirely different? Will it help elevate your game?
BoxMania finished up in Lille, France last year. So to answer the above question, yes, they have box lacrosse in France.