CityLax, a large not-for-profit volunteer group that focuses on growing the sport of lacrosse in NYC, held their annual fundraising Gala just over a week ago, and they got a great turnout, and raised a ton of money, which will go towards supporting lacrosse in New York City public schools.
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Tommy Gilligan was in Queens today for the Metropolitan Classic. We’ve got tons of great game photos from Holy Cross’ win over Navy, as well as Colgate’s triumph over Michigan.
This Winter, we had an excellent turnout at the CityLax Free Winter Clinics in New York City. Throne of String created an amazing video from our clinics in Brooklyn!
Like anything, building a successful tournament requires plenty of time, effort and a little bit of trial and error! Check out what the Salt Shakerz Invitational has to offer in 2013!
The New York City box lacrosse playoffs and finals went down this past weekend and we have a summary of the games, tons of great photos, and video highlights to show off!
Usually we focus on goals and Benny Hill style slipping and falling, but this week the focus is on NYC box lacrosse goaltending. It’s save city!
More news is emerging about the re-branding of the Lizards MLL franchise, and we’ve learned that the Lizards will play TWO professional lacrosse games in the Big Apple: New York City!
Rubber Sneakers, wet concrete and box lacrosse don’t often mix well, but when they do, you get Benny Hill style box, with lots of slipping and falling.
Catherine Conway regales us with her adventures, lacrosse history, and thoughts on playing men’s box lacrosse, in NYC.
Week 2 of New York City’s box lacrosse league is in the books. Four teams, two games, and both were decided by one goal. It’s anybody’s championship at this point.
The New York City winter box lacrosse season, via ULAX, is about to kick off! There is still time to sign up to play, so join the fray and get ready for an awesome season of American box!
Get In Your Ten! This quick video spreads the word that wall ball is like the postal office: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night…
Lacrosse is growing, so it only makes sense that the MLL does the same. But where will Major League Lacrosse go? What are the best possible expansion areas and regions?