Maryland came out and dominated Georgetown for much of their men’s lacrosse game on Friday, February 24th, and then the Hoyas made it closer at the end. Maryland in all black, looking pretty dominant right now.
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The Old School series because of AWESOME reader submissions each week, and this week is no exception! We have a copy of the 1976 Official Collegiate-Scholastic Lacrosse Guide. From Frank Urso to Jeff Long, this guide has it all!
Connor Wilson tells us what to watch for during the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse Season.
Chris Rosenthal comes back to LAS after a long absence! He’s providing his list of seven lacrosse story lines to watch out for in 2012 and they range from college to pro and everywhere in between. What ELSE is top story for 2012?
LU recently posted a rumor about Maryland’s new Under Armour gloves on facebook and we’re curious if it’s true or not. Research and credible sourcing is just so darn important!
Top flight college athletics teams are now the advertising mecca for sports equipment manufacturers. It’s cheap, easy and gets you tons of exposure. But does it really help the teams? Will it work in Lacrosse? Is it fair to the students?
We were out of old school submissions…until now. Talk about a great time for a return of Old School Thursday. Will it be in time to save Maryland sports from disaster? Tune in to find out.
A quick rundown of today’s Major League Lacrosse action in Annapolis, Maryland, according to YOUR comments on Twitter!
The Salt Shakerz headed down to Frederick, Maryland and took home the Championship from the Freemason Lacrosse Tournament! Now they’ve got their SSZ Invitational in NYC! LAS has a team entered!
The Final Four is set and the predictions and game reports are IN! Who do you have winning the game? Why? Connor made his picks and gives you his reasons. Should be one heck of a weekend of lacrosse!
Were you a number one seed this weekend? Sorry. Not a single #1 seed will win a National Championship in Men’s College Lacrosse This year, except Onondage CC, who rolled through the NJCAA this year. Crazy times we live in! At least the world didn’t end.
Lax All Stars is proud to announce that 24SevenLax.com is the newest lacrosse blog to join the LaxAllStars.com Network!
Connor Wilson breaks down the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Field and provides a quick preview for each first round matchup. The big boys and some surprises made the dance. Now see how they will perform now that it counts!
Under Armour Lacrosse is officially a reality! They are making shafts and heads and stepping up their lax game. But what does this mean for the sport, and more specifically, college lacrosse sponsorships?
There was a whole lot of lacrosse action this weekend with HUGE games, new gear, and plenty of boxla. Connor has pulled together a bunch of quick hitters to get you going on this Monday morning.
The Hot Pot has noticed something. UNC players are using a different STX shaft. It’s called the Prototype? That has to be a Prototype. Plus we’ve got the Lacrosse Video of the Week and ALL the links worth reading!
Jimmy Ciccone is back with an inside look at the Penn State Lacrosse Club in the NCLL. These kids can really ball and get little to no press whatsoever (this is true of the NCLL in general) and LAS is here to remedy that!
Dear Under Armour, where are you? It seemed like Under Armour was on the verge of taking over lacrosse, but where have they gone? Plus lax links and the lacrosse video of the week!
Connor Wilson has a little something to say about more headshots, the Brattons and Maryland rocking some K18s instead of their McDonald’s Assaults. What is up with those STX lacrosse gloves, huh?
It seems like every college and parent in the world is putting up lacrosse highlight videos, and thank the good Lord for that! There’s so much out there, that we sat down and put all the recent stuff in one place, chock full of useful lacrosse video links. Watch them all and it will take you over an hour! So pick and choose and let us know which ones you liked best in the comments!