Editor’s Note: Kacy Small saw both the NCAA rules and FIL rules firsthand this year. After reflecting on his experience, he’s sure one of them is doing it right, while the other has some potential areas for improvement. Can you guess which version of lacrosse Kacy prefers before reading the article? And what do you […]
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With new rules being put in place to regulate the length of shooters, how far down they can be, and if the ball will roll out, I think it’s time we take a look at the bigger issue – the stick itself.
Still confused about the 2013 stick rules? CW did some research, and got the inside scoop on how all of the new changes were being handled and addressed. Now you know…
There has been some great conversation so far this year. See what interested the LAS Nation the most in 2012!
Check out our TWELVE most popular posts of 2012, as viewed by you. More importantly than the articles themselves, this tells us what people are most intrigued by within the lacrosse world.
The 2013 Rule Changes seem to be crystalizing and coming into their final form. Connor Wilson compiles all of the updated rules into one post, in one place.
Justin Skaggs, of StylinStrings, took some initiative and got Jon Hind of the NCAA Rules Committee on the phone to talk about the proposed 2013 stick stringing rules. Their conversation may just shock you!
People are up in arms with the NCAA’s new rule proposals. Ryan Connors couldn’t sit idly by anymore, and had to weigh in. Unlike Connor, Ryan is not a huge fan of the new rules!
The NCAA Rules Committee has recommended some SERIOUS rules changes for 2013. Sideline horns, face off changes, pocket changes, shot clocks, stall warning and SO MUCH MORE! Connor breaks it down.
Connor Wilson asked for someone to tell him the recent Cuse-Hop game was boring. Ryan Powell is here to answer the challenge! Plus he’s got some other thoughts on changes college lacrosse could use. Now this is a debate worth having! So what do YOU think?
This week we take a look at the first round of MCLA Tournament Games in Denver, and how a couple upsets can break a bracket quickly! Plus we’ve got the Lacrosse Video of the Week and ALL the links worth reading!