This fall we will see a record breaking 38 DI-III, MCLA, NCLL and other club programs will bind together to raise awareness and to make a statement that lacrosse is dedicated to the RELENTLESS fight against cancer.
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This month, MLL recognizes Machine midfielder Dominique Alexander for his outstanding community work in the city of Columbus. Alexander arrived in Ohio’s capital city back in 2009 as a freshman at The Ohio State University. As a Buckeye, Alexander amassed 95 points, was named an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete all four years and co-captained the team alongside now-teammate Logan Schuss. However, it was also at Ohio State where Alexander truly started donating his time to others.
Twenty-four schools, making up around 30% of Minnesota’s high school lacrosse scene, will be joining forces to compete in a weekend of action all in the name of raising awareness and fighting blood cancers. Throughout the spring of 2014, around the country boys and girls high school lacrosse teams are teaming up with the HEADstrong Foundation to compete against rival opponents. These games are taking place in part with the HEADstrong’s National Rivalry Series.
Photo Credit: Pat Colleluori, HEADstrong I was fortunate enough to get time to talk with the HEADstrong foundation, specifically about their Lax Stache Madness campaign. Pat Colleluori Jr. was kind enough to take his time to answer any questions we could come up with about their foundation, the campaign, and the progression of HEADstrong. Pat is […]
Lacrosse Mustache Madness 2013 is in full swing, and I’m thinking that it’s about time LaxAllStars got in on the Madness. As of today, we officially invite you to join us in growing some facial hair and raising funds for the HEADstrong Foundation.
After years of injury recovery, UVA alum Ken Clausen returned to the playing field for the Denver Outlaws as they scrimmaged the Denver University Pioneers last weekend at the Colorado Lacrosse Showcase. His teammate, Mack Bocklet, gave him a shout out on Twitter for the successful return. Clausen is also the co-founder of Lacrosse Mustache Madness, a fundraising campaign for the HEADstrong Foundation, which helps families affected by blood cancers.
With September being the national month for Lyphoma Awareness, Leukemia Awareness, National Prostate Cancer Awareness, and many other unfortunate illnesses, my challenge to you is to take some time out of your “offseason” to donate something to those in need.
High quality NCAA Tournaments in the Fall are few and far between. That’s not to say there aren’t any in existence, but when the HEADstrong Foundation announced their new fall collegiate event for this October, it immediately jumped to the front of the pack, especially considering everything that will be going into this tournament.
Major League Lacrosse and Smartlink announced today an interactive fan contest in partnership with the HEADstrong Foundation. The contest, entitled “Shot Towards Success,” will allow fans in attendance during Sunday’s title match at MLL Championship Weekend presented by Smartlink a chance to win monetary prizes for both themselves and for HEADstrong.
Looking to support some great foundations while having yourself a ball? Look no further!
The HEADstrong Foundation was in full force at this year’s US Lacrosse Convention.
It’s the last week of Mustache Mondays!!!! Our dusters are all shedding small tears. So let’s finish strong, and fight cancer as a community! Plus shoutouts to BIG fundraisers!
We’ve got a custom strung HEADstrong Brine Clutch up for grabs! Bidding ends Friday, October 7th!
This week Kyle Devitte promises to write a happy, optimistic, “puppies and rainbows” review of the Princeton-Syracuse game from the Big City Classic. Check that, he’s ornery as ever and has some hilarious rants. Time for your Devious Video Recap.
Another edition of “From the X!” brought to you straight from Southern California. In this edition: Whittier College opens the season with a win, interviews with Coach Kelly and Daniel McQuade, Brooklyn Decker alien war continues.