With the proliferation of tournaments and showcase camps, elite level instructional opportunities have become more and more rare. When you look at the numbers, this trend seems to be backwards simply because so many new players are picking up the sport. There are more opportunities to play the sport than every before but not as many opportunities to learn and develop skills from talented teachers.
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By Tuesday, most of the weekend’s college lacrosse video highlights have been posted online. We waste our time scouring the internet for lacrosse video gold so that you don’t have to, and then we drop all the killer vids in one spot. It’s Explosion time…
We’re back with the Alphabetical 2014 NCAA D1 Previews! Like last year, we’ll go through all of the D1 men’s teams for 2014 (there are 67 this year!) and we are now moving on to the Bryant Bulldgos, located in Smithfield, RI.
Welcome to another Lacrosse Video Explosion. It’s Friday, it’s pouring in NYC, and lacrosse season is in full swing. What more could you ask for? Here’s to hoping that the weather is better in your neck of the woods!
Miles Thompson returns from injury and drops nine goals on Bryant in a win for Albany lacrosse. The Thompsons combined for 22 points in the game.
We are into the Bs in our team by team Alphabetical 2013 NCAA D1 Previews, and now we move another spot down the list to Bryant, located in Smithfield, RI.
Next up in the Fireside Chat series: JK Poirier, a sophomore attackman at Bryant University. This interview was conducted by Joe Eck of Washington & Jefferson. We love seeing a Division 3 NCAA lax guy interview a D1 guy. Inter-divisional communication is key to lacrosse’s growth.
Michigan lacrosse video blog, news & notes… Get your Daily Cheese now.
Maverik Lacrosse vs. New Balance in Fortune Magazine. Plus news & notes.
Disciplinary ruling made on the University of Nevada Las Vegas men’s lacrosse team. Plus news & notes.
Links and commentary from the wide, wide world of lacrosse coming in hot. Dyed sticks make an appearance, breakdown of the UNC-Navy game, more links and opinion.
There are always things to complain about and since I can now call myself an established blogger (that was fast!), I am taking full advantage of that dubious distinction and complaining without offering too many solutions. Life is good!