Lee Southren started the NJ Riot 2016 club team, and it is quickly morphing into something bigger. This growth has put Lee in a new position as the man running a club team. It is a big switch from being the man who is used to questioning club teams! Read about Lee’s experiences as a club administrator, and how it made him think of his own actions as an addicted Lax Dad.
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Today, at NOON ET, LaxAllStars will be hosting a LIVE Google Hangout on the subject of Recruiting, Elite Teams, and Travel Lacrosse! Our knowledgeable guests will include Trevor Tierney (of Tier Lacrosse), Xander Ritz (of Adrenaline Lacrosse), and Lee Southren (the founder of the NJ Riot).
This Summer, LAS will be following around the NJ Riot 2016 club team, and by following them, we will try to gain some insight into the elite travel team scene. We will interview some players, and talk to parents, but let’s start from the beginning with an interview with the NJ Riot founder, Lee Southren…
More established lacrosse hotbeds can have 10 or more club teams call an area home. How does one pick the right fit? Sometimes you just have to start your own team!
Lee Southren stops by to discuss his summer club lacrosse experiences and pose four important questions to consider when choosing a team. This is a hot button issue with a lot of moving pieces.
It’s Friday night, lacrosse is on TV, we’ve got Morgan State 2011 Highlights, team uniforms, cars that shouldn’t be named Lacrosse, RIT being the number 1 team in DIII and BRAND NEW LAX GEAR from Brine!
We’ve had some killer discussion on the MLL from Ryan Powell, Lee Southren, David Palacios, Connor Willson and our commenters. Now Brian Reese, former pro lacrosse player and current GM of the Denver Outlaws, is adding his voice to the MLL conversation! This is THE Inside Scoop on the MLL.
A lot of people in the lacrosse world are trying to find ways to get Pro lax players paid more. We’ve had a couple of ideas floated around on LaxAllStars and Connor Wilson is back with his view on player endorsements and what they mean for the future of pro lacrosse.