The NFHS rules committee came together and laid down the law. With so many new rule changes for 2014, Mark Donahue tries to make sense of it all.
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FoGoLax has been around since 2005, and last week, Matt Schomburg and Co. wrapped up their 8th straight sold out camp of the Summer. The last camp was filled with players from all over the nation including states Florida, California, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut and New York. With top level counselors from Maryland, Yale, Duke, Hofstra, and Dowling, the experience has been top quality, and knowledge is being dropped left and right. Here is one of the…
Schommy is one of the most knowledgeable, passionate, and competitive people I’ve ever met. He’s also a great friend, proud Australian, and one heck of a face off instructor. CW has known Schommy since 2001, and it’s about time you get to know him too.
On Sunday, the self proclaimed source of the sport published an article titled, ‘Do Face-offs Matter?’, proposing the idea that face-offs don’t hold as much worth as everyone traditionally believes.
Charlie Congleton is an assistant coach at Wesleyan University and former All-American. Chuck provides his THREE big lessons learned from the IMLCA Convention in Baltimore this past weekend.
We’ve heard a LOT about the newly proposed rule changes, but now we need to hear from YOU. First up is a poll, and then a chance where you can win gear just for offering up your opinion! Plus rule changes news and links!
Jerry Ragonese, professional lacrosse FoGo, weighs in on the recently proposed face off rule changes for college lacrosse in 2013.
We’re weighing in on ALL the proposed 2013 Rule Changes and bringing in experts on each subject. In this installment, we have Matt Schomburg breaking down the proposed face off changes!
We’re asking the question “Who is the best face-off mid of all time?” and we need your help!!! Who are the face off legends of the game? What made them great? Who is the right now? It’s a face-off spectacular!
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.