Show LAS Your Old School is featuring older STX Lacrosse Sticks from the 70s this week. Next week we’ll get back to uniforms, yearbooks and old pictures but right now we are giving you a purely old school gear post. Enjoy!
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Old school lacrosse pictures are a time machine and here at LAS we love showing off your old school lax photos. Check out the latest submission from David Longo!
Some of the oldest Old School Lacrosse photos around. If you’re a lacrosse player, these are your forefathers. Get to know them!
It’s been a rough week, but at least you get to end it with a girl who loves lax!
LAS loves old school lacrosse, and we love showing off your old school lax photos! Check out our latest submission… And maybe you’ll win some stickers too.
We asked and you answered. Old school lacrosse photos are a time machine to the days of bucket helmets and Shotguns, and we absolutely love them.
This was actually going to be my first post, but we had some earth shattering news break last week so my Old School post got dropped back a bit. Since graduating from Wheeling Jesuit University in 2006, I have not lived in the same address for any longer than 5 months. This has prevented me […]
We asked and you answered. Old school lacrosse photos are the best kind of lacrosse photos. No doubt.
To this date, no one has ever had as much flair as the guy rocking aviators in a lax game.
LAS is looking for old school lax photos. If you, your dad or your pappy have any just sitting around the house, scan them into your computer and let us enshrine them on the internet for the forever time. If your grandfather learns how to log on, he’ll thank you.
Just a few random lacrosse photos to fill your day. Sit back, relax and scrolllllll.
Lacrosse has been around for a really long time. Some Native American Indian nations/tribes have been playing for hundreds, if not thousands of years and while we aren’t looking that far back (yet), it is always good to know where you come from and what the game was like before the youth of today had ever heard of it. […]