Tag Archives | death

Remembering Doug Maynard – A True Game Grower

0 - Published December 30, 2013 by in Grow The Game

Doug Maynard passed away on November 1st of this year at the age of 65. He played lacrosse the whole way through his years on this mortal coil, and scored a goal this past August in Lake Placid, just 3 months before passing on. He had played at Placid since 1991, was active in the New Hampshire lacrosse community for decades, and was a true lover of lacrosse.

Remembering A Lacrosse Great: William Lawson

0 - Published July 16, 2013 by in The Life

William Lawson was the coach at Lafayette College for 31 years, and his tragic passing has been noted across the lacrosse media landscape. In order to remember Bill Lawson, and let our younger readers know what a big difference this one man made, I asked one of his former players, John Moser, to write a remembrance of Coach Lawson.

Thoughts And Prayers, Coast to Coast

0 - Published March 27, 2013 by in High School

Sad news is hitting the lacrosse communities on both the East and West Coasts, as each community lost one of their own very recently.


My Medicine Game

13 - Published October 11, 2012 by in The Life

Connor Wilson experiences The Medicine Game for the first time, during his darkest hour.

Tragedy Hits The Oregon Lacrosse Community

4 - Published September 19, 2012 by in High School

Richard Roy is back on with some sad news out of Oregon. Fred “Fritz” Hayes was a great man in the Oregon lacrosse community, and his senseless murder has left the community reeling.

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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.


Concussions & Lacrosse: A Growing Concern

2 - Published October 26, 2011 by in College, High School, Training, Youth

Concussions in sports, especially football, hockey and lacrosse, are a growing concern. Education and treatment are key, but that is only half of the equation. We can’t forget about prevention!