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We’ll be swapping a little content with InLaxWeTrust.com’s stable of writers this Summer and this time around we have Dan Shirley’s take on the Charlotte Hounds of the MLL’s name choice, and what this means for the future as a pro lacrosse team!
Connor Wilson examines the LXM PRO in this week’s Hot Pot! The coffee is back, it’s scalding and delicious, so drink up while there’s still some left! Plus we’ve got links and stick trick video that will make you say, “Whhhaaaaa???”
The MLL is back for another Summer of high-quality lacrosse! The league has made improvements, but it’s not perfect. Let’s take a deeper look at what they are doing, and what they could be doing!
Jimmy Ciccone is back with some thoughts on the MLL, and how they can continue to grow their fan base. It’s an interesting theory! He’s also back with an update on Beach Lacrosse, and what his team will be wearing! Sweet Lax Uniforms!
LAS is teaming up with Define You Apparel to give away some gear to the readers who can correctly guess the score of the LI LIzards – Rochester Rattlers game. And there’s a bonus Greg Gurenlian question with a prize!
Connor Wilson is defending Kyle Devitte? On the lax field? Unfair. Online? SHOCKING! Devitte makes great points over on Inside Lacrosse and everyone ignores them. Stop hating on the MLL time, please!
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.
There has been a nice little conversation about box lacrosse this year, but now Bill Tanton and Andrew McKay are in total disagreement about the sport. Surprise, surprise, they’re both wrong.
Jerry Ragonese, former RIT player and Eastern Regional Manager of Pro Athletics, details his trip onto an MLL roster. Jerry made the 25-man roster for the Rattlers in the MLL and now he’s got the gear to prove it! Another inside look at the MLL from someone who has been there!
5 quick hitting stories all in one post. Kevin Buchanan becomes a star, Christopher Newport video, BYU – Utah Photos, Rasta Dye Job by a reader, and more wonderful lacrosse art! Get your lax on.
This week we take a look at Concussions In Lacrosse and how this issue is getting bigger and bigger. Plus we’ve got the Lacrosse Video of the Week and ALL the links worth reading!
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.
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.
David Palacios enters the pro lacrosse MLL discussion on sponsorships, player salaries, and the future of the league. At the pro level, Lacrosse isn’t like baseball, football or basketball, but is it like Rugby?
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.
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!
Ryan Powell offers up a creative approach to making the MLL healthy, viable and more sustainable. Will giving endorsement rights to players help Major League Lacrosse reach the “big time”?
Connor’s uncle, Dennis sent over an email with some ideas about the future of lacrosse. And he’s a hockey guy! Let’s see what he had to say, shall we?
As our sport grows, it faces some serious questions about how the growth will occur and who will make it happen. Corporations will be more and more involved but there is a right way for the sport to grow and Connor Wilson is going to share it with you.