Mike Brand interviews Matt Walrath of Chapman University. Having transferred to Chapman from NCAA D3 Stevens Tech, Walrath’s story is an interesting one and his workout intensity is legendary, especially since he does it in Converse.
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Joe French is the next guy up on Mike Brand’s interview saga. On his way to Georgetown next year to play some serious lacrosse, Joe is part of a new chapter in the ongoing Canadian invasion of the NCAA.
Sure, it’s Thanksgiving but LAS almost never takes a day off so we’re still unloading TONS of video, photos and opinion on you. We’re so thankful that you’re with us, it’s the least we could do!
One Lacrosse Rundown coming up. I’m gonna dive in… to the rundown. I’ll be exhausted because it’s like a triathlon. Did you want to close this?
Lacrosse is growing and there is an opportunity to do it the right way. Chris Fox on NLL Insider got me thinking!
Just a little something one of the LAS team members came across yesterday afternoon. Plus news & notes as always.
FCA At Placid, Hard Knocks and Kyle Sweeney. Plus news & notes as always.
Is it really time to start talking about the make up of the 2014 US National Team? No, it’s not. But that doesn’t mean I won’t do it anyway.
A documentary about the 2010 RIT Men’s Lacrosse Team, The Superdave Ultimate Energy Drink, plus news & notes as always.
Highlights and interviews from Team USA’s 12-10 World Championship win over Canada.
Jordan West-Pratt is back with his sixth and final update from Team Germany in Manchester.
Mark Fortunato is back filling everyone in on how the Italians ended up at the FIL World Championships. For a young team, the Italians did very well. Let’s get to the details…
A happy belated congratulations goes out to the US National Team for their WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP victory over Canada on Saturday.
Jumbo Jack just had another chat with France’s Billy Tauzin. Check out what he has to say about Manchester!
Great article from the Wall Street Journal, interview with Ryan Boyle, massive news & notes section.
The Fortunato brothers are checking in from Manchester as part of the Italian National Team. Let’s see how these Italian-Americans are doing over in jolly old England!
The Germans are back with their 5th update from the World Games in Manchester. They might not be knocking off the likes of the US or Canada but they’re making big strides and opening new doors in their first year in the Blue Division.
The Aussies may have had some difficulty in actually making it to the World Championships but now that they’ve arrived, they’re looking to do some damage! Let’s check in with Glenn Morley, world-wide laxer extraordinnaire and AUS National Team player, to see how things are going, shall we? We shall.