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Catching Up With Robert J Pannell

0 - Published June 15, 2012 by in College

Connor Wilson interviews Cornell lacrosse all star Rob Pannell. The 2010-11 Ivy League Player of the Year and 1st Team All-American talks about recovering from his injury, playing for Cornell next year and his future after college.

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Lettin’ It Rip With Ryan McClay

1 - Published March 27, 2012 by in Interviews

Ryan Powell is back on LaxAllStars.com with another Lettin’ It Rip interview! This time he sits down with Boston Cannons and Team USA stud, Ryan McClay, to discuss lacrosse, life, and driving around in his Audi eating an egg salad sandwich.

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Budding Iroquois Lacrosse Star Passes Away

1 - Published January 5, 2012 by in High School

Kanatiio “Tiio” Adams, a budding Iroquois Lacrosse star from the Akwesasne Reservation has passed away. Tiio was a Senior at the Salisbury School in CT and headed to Cornell next year to join his older brother, Myan.

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Best Lacrosse Game Of The Weekend

4 - Published May 9, 2011 by in College

There were a lot of GREAT lax games this weekend but one stood out above the rest! Where did it come from? D1, D2, D3 or the MCLA? Read on to see who it was, and why this is the case. Best Lax game of the weekend!

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Hot Pot Of Lax: Long Pole Goal

4 - Published March 7, 2011 by in College, Hot Pot

Jeff Brunelle is still exhausted from a weekend of Lacrosse in Las Vegas with his HS team. So Connor Wilson is stepping in to fill the void in the Hot Pot. More opinion than usual, especially on headshots. Plus all the lax links fit to print and read, while you drink your morning Cup o’ Joe! Connor’s drinking Stumptown.

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Division 1 Lacrosse – Full Speed Ahead

1 - Published February 8, 2011 by in College

For a lacrosse player, the highest level of competition is college. The MLL and NLL are post-graduation options for some, but the college game is still the most professional level of play. Media days and practices inside multi-million dollar facilities… just another day in the life of a big time Division 1 lacrosse player.