Nearly a month has passed since my girlfriend and I reluctantly boarded the shuttle to Honolulu Airport for our long trip back to Boston. The 20-30 degree days here in New England have thickened my blood, and the withdrawal symptoms have begun to fade. Still, the fond memories of this amazing lacrosse event, compiled with those of years past, have added to my love for the beautiful place that is Hawaii.
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Both the Wimmer Elite and Masters teams went 5-0 to take home the hardware once again. This means many things, but the most important is that the charities that Wimmer Solutions generously donates to on behalf of each lacrosse team that wins their respective division.
Pete Sayia spent the last week or so in Hawai’i, playing lacrosse and making us jealous. He obviously had a great time, and included this note with his snapshot, which is our Photo of the Week!
One of the Japanese attendees of last year’s Hawai’i Tournament caught the Wimmer boys “warming up” for an early round game. Paul Rabil, Max Seibald, Brett Queener, and a bunch of other pros are messing around, throwing some tricks, and proving their full belief in the “sun’s out, guns out” mentality.
Helmet cam highlights from Hawaii via Scott Atkinson and the Barbary Coast Lacrosse Club. Talk about an epic adventure… Hawaii 2012 fit the bill!
Malcolm Chase is in Hawaii tearing it up with Paul Rabil, Steele Stanwick, Max Seibald and the rest of the Wimmer Solutions crew. Mahalo!
Malcolm Chase just arrived in Hawaii for the 2012 tournament with Wimmer Solutions. Malcolm provides us with a day 1 report, and what we can expect from this year’s Wimmer squads!
Malcolm Chase is 8 days away from Hawai’i Lacrosse, and he’s showing you just how hard you need to train to be your best! Monday is FUN day. Learn it, live it, love it.
Malcolm Chase and the rest of Wimmer Solutions is busy preparing for the 2012 Hawaii Invitational and he lets you in to the world of elite club ball, in a most tantalizing locale!
When Josh Rottman was at the Hawaii Lacrosse Invitational, he didn’t just play lax. He made sure everyone was growing the game too! Check out the great new Grow The Game lacrosse promo video he put together.
I had the chance to go to Hawai’i, but instead I had to stay in NYC, do normal people things, and see the Northeast’s first snow of the year. I should have gone to Hawai’i to play lacrosse.
Hawai’i Lacrosse isn’t just limited to the Hawai’i Invitational Tournament. There are actual high school lax teams way out on the Islands and some of these kids can play! Let’s check in with the Ponahou School and get a feeling for the scene out there!
This kid out in Hawaii can ball. There, I said it. First D1 laxer to come from the islands? Maybe.
If there is interesting lacrosse related news out there, I’m going to talk about it. I just can’t help myself.
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?
I wish I were in Hawai’i. I wish I were in Hawai’i. I wish I were in Hawai’i… well, that didn’t work and I’m even wearing red shoes. We’ll just have to make do with video, I guess!
Sheldon High School, Home of the Fighting Irish Lacrosse Team.
Don’t sleep through lacrosse during the fall because when you wake up in the spring, you won’t know what’s going on and your friends will think you’re a baseball player… And no one wants that.
Glenn Morley shares his experience at the Hawaii Invitational. After reading his post, just TRY to tell us that Hawai’i doesn’t look and sound like pretty much the best lax event anywhere in the world.