Joule Lacrosse and Jimalax have formed a partnership, bringing together the most technologically advanced lacrosse shafts on the market with the world’s premier supplier of lacrosse mesh and stringing accessories. They’re now working together to design, develop, and manufacture premier products for every aspect of the game.
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In what may be the most significant inner-industry transaction of our time, Lacrosse Unlimited finalized its acquisition of Adrenaline’s retail division, commonly known as South Swell Sports, at the end of September for an undisclosed sum. Jeff Brunelle dives into the details…
A deeper look at the new CS-R helmet and how it combines the popular R shell design with the advanced technology required for proper protection and safety of youth lacrosse players.
Former Syracuse University attackman and SportsCenter Top Ten prodigy Tim Desko has signed a one-year deal with lacrosse manufacturer STX.
LXM PRO Kyle Harrison has renewed his contract with STX Lacrosse through 2016. New K18 line set for 2014.
Bauer Performance Sports has agreed to acquire Cascade Helmets for $64,000,000 (US). Bauer adds Cascade to its stable of high-quality sports equipment brands, including Bauer Hockey, Mission Roller Hockey and Maverik Lacrosse.
The Long Island Lizards have been purchased by a new ownership group that includes football and lacrosse legend, Jim Brown. One MLL game on Friday night just got a whole lot more interesting!
An up close look at Shootout, the new mobile app lacrosse game from Brine.
Today it was officially announced that Paul Rabil, the 2011 Major League Lacrosse MVP, has signed with Warrior Lacrosse, one of the leading lacrosse equipment and apparel brands in the industry. Check out the fan reactions!
Warrior Sports is currently hiring a Brand Marketing Manager for the Warrior and Brine lacrosse brands. Interested? Let’s take a closer look!
Bauer Performance Sports Ltd. has filed documents with Canadian regulators to sell shares in an initial public offering. This will make Maverik Lacrosse a publicly traded company.