We start this #ThrowbackThursday series with Part 1 of our look in to Jane Claydon’s St. Leonards Cradle of Lacrosse. We are following the history of lacrosse in Scotland and women’s lacrosse internationally starting with the first written account of an organized women’s lacrosse match.
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In this post, Gordon Corsetti analyzes the Laws of Lacrosse as written by WIlliam Beers, and adopted in 1868 by the National Lacrosse Association of Canada, and he compares those laws to the 2013 NFHS and NCAA rulebooks that all of us played, coached, and officiated by this past season.
Welcome Gordon Corsetti back to LAS! Gordon has been researching the roots of the game, and sharing his findings with us. It’s an informative and exhaustive look at the history of modern lacrosse.
An official and Game Grower down in Atlanta, Gordon Corsetti has been answering great questions about lacrosse rules for us, and his responses have been in-depth, entertaining, and informative. Now Gordon is back on LAS with an account of the original lacrosse game, through the eyes of history and books, and he’s also researching and answering some intriguing “WHY” questions we simply needed answered!
Syracuse’s David B. Falk College has released a breathtaking movie on the history of lacrosse, and we are SO PROUD to say that we made the cut, and were included in the video! It’s a huge honor, and we were a little surprised to see ourselves playing alongside some of the other legends featured.
It’s not just about being a Bro or living the Brolife style… Nicole Dyrdahl makes her first appearance on LaxAllStars.com with a GREAT post that every player, coach and parent should read before their first game!