Lacrosse does have some issues, but almost all of them can be fixed with ONE SIMPLE CHANGE: Limit roster sizes to less than 20 player and you will see a change. I’ve seen it happen before, and it can happen again. We can keep tinkering with the rules, and distancing our game from its original inception, OR we can limit roster sizes and let the players play. It really is a simple choice.
Tag Archives | Quint Kessenich
Lacrosse people are opinionated, and this is true when it comes to fans, writers, and yes, even TV announcers. Quint Kessenich (I’m a big fan!), Paul Carcaterra, and Eamon McAnaney do a great job with broadcasts, but they also say some rather interesting things from time to time, and here is where we sift through it all to find the hidden gems, and potentially missed points!
The USILA and Nike/IL Polls for NCAA D1 Men’s Lacrosse have been released. Quint Kessenich has dropped his Top 20. Let’s break down the Polls and rankings, and see if they are serious! I will add in my ranking of the Top 20 to provide an alternative view on the situation.
We don’t like to criticize Quint Kessenich, as we generally like what he does on lacrosse broadcasts, but sometimes even the great ones get things wrong. The Hopkins Vs Syracuse game is a perfect example.
In today’s match-up, we pit two of ESPN’s best lacrosse sportscasters against each other – Quint Kessenich vs. Paul Carcaterra.
Quint Kessenich recently laid out four options for the Hamilton Nationals MLL franchise, but a few of them didn’t make much sense. Find out why Connor thinks we’re not getting the full story here.
Connor Wilson takes exception to the treatment of Division 3 NCAA players in a recent post by the legendary Quint regarding Major League Lacrosse. Why all the subtle D3 lax hate?
This week’s Hot Pot looks at training in November. Quint Kessenich had some great thoughts on November training, and we have a couple of points to add to his great Oath List!
The shot clock debate is still raging, and it’s getting a lot of attention. Some say it’s great, others say not so fast. But it all comes down to ONE issue.
There has been a LOT of talk about rule changes for college lacrosse lately. Shot Clocks, Quint Kessenich, fall scrimmage experimentation, the NCAA, sideline horns, face offs… this post has it all.
The LXM PRO is headed back to Philly, but it looks like they may have added a GOAT to their stables of top flight lacrosse players. The only question is, WHO is this GOAT? The Greatest Of All Time, that’s who!
I like Quint Kessenich. I know, sometimes it doesn’t seem that way, but I do. He’s good for the game, helps lacrosse grow and is an important part of the future of our sport. Disagree? Just try me!
The MLL FInals are in the books and MLL Championship Weekend is over. The Boston Cannons took home the Steinfeld Cup for the first time ever, and Paul Rabil, Mike Stone, and Casey Powell did their thing. Joe Walters didn’t. What a way to cap a season!
Connor Wilson was down in Florida this past week and that means that LaxAllStars got to check out LacrosseWear, some SoFla box lacrosse, interview Doug Shanahan and Bo Lamon and he followed 412′s cue and took in some culture: The Morikami Museum & Japanese Garden.
Simple Question: Is New England a lacrosse hotbed? Is the lax mojo on point in the Six States? Do these former Colonies have the lacrosse bug or what?
Why can’t lax people figure out the zone defense and what it really means for the Sport of Lacrosse? Connor Wilson breaks down the zone defense, busts some myths and even tells you how to score and beat a zone defense.
Who is the John Madden of Lacrosse? We need an announcer we can believe in! Do we already have one and not even know it? Plus we’ve got Contest Winner Announcements, a Lacrosse Video of the Week, and ALL the links worth reading!
It’s a great day for college lacrosse! Mash Wilson’s photos and Brunelle’s thoughts together and this is what you get.