Brian Karalunas proves you don’t have to be 6’4″ and 220 pounds to play D in the MLL, and now he’s sharing some of his secrets with you!
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Thanks to Max Seibald, Brian Karalunas, and Drew Adams for having a little fun with me, even though it was still raining pretty hard. Just a little post game fun in NYC!
Brian Karalunas, former Villanova All-American and current MLL player, sits down with LAS to talk about Xcelerate Lacrosse, and what they bring to the lax training table. It’s all about passion, teaching, and growing the game!
The NLL held its annual entry draft last night. Check out who got who for the 2012 pro box lacrosse season. Lots of trades, some surprises and a whole lot of OPPORTUNITY! Who won? Who lost?
Beware, this week’s Hot Pot is awesome. So don’t beware, just read it. Plus all the news, links and video you’ve come to expect on Wednesday mornings!
Jimmy Ciccone is back with a great recap of his last two days at ProLax Lacrosse Camp. He was up at Golden Goal Tournament Park in Fort Ann, NY for the week and had a lacrosse-filled excellent time. Plus a long camp recap video with homemade helmet cam footage.
LongStickMiddie.com has a new DVD out for sale and an awesome opportunity for aspiring Long Sticks in the NorthEast… THIS WEEKEND! Become the most feared long stick in your area NOW!
Jimmy Ciccone is back with a GREAT camp post! He’s up in New York at Golden Goal Tournament Park for the ProLax Lacrosse Camps. Brian Karalunas and Drew Adams have been leading the way and it’s been a super fun and instructive camp so far!
Connor Wilson was fortunate enough to snag a GREAT video interview with Brian Karalunas of the Long Island Lizards and LongStickMiddie.com! Brian has all the lacrosse answers, and clearly loves the sport! Great guy! Definitely gets the LAS stamp of approval!
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.