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Random Monday Lacrosse Stories: Syracuse, Mesh, Oregon, MCLA, Lax Prom & Greggy Beast

4 - Published May 16, 2011 by in College, Gear, High School

Syracuse wins, Thompson used mesh. Taking Your Lacrosse stick to Prom successfully. Oregon – Simon Fraser highlights from BHSVideoDad. Greg Gurenlian goes perpetual beast mode blog. And an LAS at the MCLA Championships update.

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So, It’s Like That, Jeremy Thompson?

2 - Published May 9, 2011 by in College, Gear, Mesh, Stringing

Ask and ye shall receive! Jeremy Thompson switched it up to mesh last week, so what happened this weekend against St. John’s? Did he stick with mesh? Back to traditional? You’re slowly killing Connor, Jeremy Thompson!

Comment Of The Week!

0 - Published May 6, 2011 by in Site News

We pick the best, funniest or most insightful comment from a loyal reader each week. Come on in and see if your comment made the cut!

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Say It Ain’t So, Jeremy Thompson!

16 - Published May 1, 2011 by in College, Gear

Usually, when a player switches from traditional to mesh, the world doesn’t take notice. But when Jeremy Thompson does it? The lacrosse world is left gasping. Well, Connor Wilson is anyway.

Show LAS Your Old School: LaAwesome LaFayette

0 - Published April 1, 2011 by in The Life

You could spend days sifting through this treasure trove of pictures from the LaFayette Lancers in New York.

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Monday Vacation Lacrosse Drop

3 - Published March 14, 2011 by in College, Gear, Pro Lacrosse

Connor Wilson is on a short vacation, returning soon. However, he was more than happy to take a quick break and talk about this weekend’s lacrosse action! Why? Because he loves lax! Duh!

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The Right Way To Play Lacrosse – ALL YOU NEED IS ONE RULE

20 - Published March 8, 2011 by in College, Training

Connor Wilson is claiming that with one simple change in philosophy, teams can improve drastically. And it starts with the coaches! Does this theory hold any water whatsoever? If you disagree, knock Connor down a peg or two… but this seems pretty solid!