The Summer Rooftop lacrosse photos and video just keep on coming! This past week we had over 24 people show up to play lax amongst the apartments and treetops. Full field action with TWO goalies! Citylax style!
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Citylax is back at it with more Rooftop Lacrosse! New York City in the Summer may be more of a lacrosse hotbed than you think! Check out this video to see what we’re talking about. Lax in the Summer in NYC! On a turf roof!
I love it when a plan comes together! FREE Summer lacrosse for Public Schools grads in New York City is a reality!!!! We’re playing on an unreal turf field amongst the treetops on the roof of a school!
Mat Levine, founder of Citylax in New York City, steps back in net to face some of the campers he’s been coaching this Summer! Get ready for some excitement and some Grow The Game action!!!
Old School Thursday is back with a vengeance. Here’s a question for you: what do you get when a bonanza of old school sticks meet a newly created New York City program in need of equipment? Certified awe-inspiring GTG in action, that’s what.
Day 2 of the Maximum Lacrosse Camp in NYC is in the books! Another great day of lax action in the Big Apple!
Connor Wilson reports back from the first day of Maximum Lacrosse Camps in New York City! Over 75 kids are out balling up a storm at Pier 40 on westside of Manhattan and the lax knowledge is just flowing. Camp is fun!
The Mayor’s Cup welcomed over 20 boys teams to Randall’s Island in New York City for a lacrosse Invitational. LaxAllStars was there covering the event and now we have a sweet lax highlight video from the event!
Connor Wilson recaps the boys’ side of the Mayor’s Cup Lacrosse Invitational that took place this past Sunday in New York City. Lacrosse players from all over the 5 boroughs (and beyond) came out to play and have a TON of photos from the event.
They Mayor’s Cup returns to New York City with the help of CityLax, the NYC Sports Commission and Nike Lacrosse. A great event that shows the growth of lacrosse both in the City and in overall popularity!
It’s a rainy, gross, lacrosse-less Sunday in New York City. Connor Wilson has spent some of the afternoon preparing a nice lacrosse drop to keep you warm and dry. Come on in, read, watch and don’t catch cold. Hot Soup?
The Lacrosse Drops have stopped dropping. Until now. They’ll redrop every once in a while so enjoy them while you can. We’re rationing. No we’re not. This isn’t the Oregon Trail. It’s Lax season.
Exploring the growth of lacrosse in inner cities and the numerous implications of what it means to be a professional lacrosse player, ESPN.com delivers some valuable information about the current state of our sport.