The Lacrosse All Stars #StringItForward campaign is off to a fast start. At our first clinic, in conjunction with Harlem Lacrosse & Leadership (LAS non-profit partner), we taught 35 young lacrosse players in Harlem how to string sticks and/or how to improve their pre-existing stringing abilities!
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Wyatt Melzer played lacrosse at Virginia, and after graduating he wasn’t exactly sure what he was going to do with his life. Through an alumni connection he got hooked up with Harlem Lacrosse & Leadership, and it all took off from there.
Frederick Douglass Academy, or FDA as their more popularly known, won their first city title in NYC’s “B” Bowl Division this year, and I was there to take it all in live. They played Curtis, a relatively established program from Staten Island, and pulled out a tight victory. It was a watershed moment for Harlem Lacrosse, and hearing from the players themselves only reinforced this fact. Next year, FDA moves up to “A” Division… can they make it two in…
Since you have more important things to do than scan the internet for lacrosse action, we do it for you, put it all in one place, and call it a Lacrosse Video Explosion.
We tired of the Harlem Shake pretty quickly, until the Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership group got involved, because they bring it all back to where it started… sort of.
Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership featured in the Saturday, Oct 27th edition of The Wall Street Journal.
Jake Klein of Harlem Lacrosse & Leadership will be on ESPN New York this morning talking about lacrosse in Harlem with the one and only Stephen A Smith!