Lynn University lacrosse senior Brandon Rothstein tackled a hit and run suspect for running across field.
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Welcome to a superb Lacrosse Drop featuring thirteen top notch lacrosse stories! We’re feeling lucky today… kind of like Doctor Who.
If I Owned An MLL Team is back! Joey Garcia joins LAS from South Florida, and of course he is proposing a Miami-based MLL Team. Welcome to Vice City.
“Our job is to grow the game. Our job is to bring kids to this game, or even better – bring this game TO kids.” – Chazz Woodson
Muamer Razic got the chance to sit down with Chazz Woodson, laxer extraordinaire, and Chazz filled him in on everything he’s been up to in the lacrosse world. And it’s a LOT! Chazz is a busy guy juggling playing coaching and more. Great read!
The Lacrosse Drop is back but this time we’re going Christmas Special Edition. That means MORE photos, MORE news and WAY MORE VIDEO (over ten videos to be MORE precise). LAS loves the game of lacrosse so we’re dropping it on you hard.
It is pretty clear that lacrosse season is almost in full swing. Team USA and Duke did battle on TV, mesh has been ordered, tournaments are raging, uniforms and gloves are being unveiled and there is actual lacrosse action again! This post is going to be a doozy and they’re going to keep coming like this for the foreseeable future. Strap yourself in and hang on for dear life.
Connor Wilson is back dropping bombs in today’s Lax Link-O-Rama.
For your reading pleasure, here is a recap of some of the Friday experiences from Miami Bump & Grind. It was a crazy weekend and all this week we’ll be posting as much as we can on the event. To just call it a tournament would be a disservice.
412 Lax is unique. His posting style is long and rambling… but also totally awesome. In a homage to the greatest long-post lacrosse blogger of the modern (or any) era, I will simply try to rip off his style and just wax poetic.
Connor Wilson chronicles his stick head dying process in preparation for the Miami Bump & Grind tourney with STX in January. This is one slick dye job.