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Jim Brown’s 4,000 Watt Lacrosse Shot Overpowers The Great One

1 - Published February 28, 2013 by in The Life

In an effort to determine the greatest athlete of all time, this morning’s episode of SportsCenter featured a Sport Science segment that matched up Jim Brown vs. Wayne Gretzky. For those unfamiliar, Brown was a three sport athlete at Syracuse University, where he excelled on the football field, basketball court, and lacrosse field  in the 1950′s. […]

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Making A Save, In .19 Seconds

0 - Published May 31, 2012 by in Training

The ESPN Sports Science episode with Paul Rabil is blowing up on YouTube right now. He gives goalies only .19 seconds to respond to his shots. How is this even possible to save a shot that fast?

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Did The Nike Volt Colorways Help Or Hurt Syracuse Lacrosse?

22 - Published May 23, 2011 by in College, Gear

Syracuse wore Volt Yellow against Maryland and we’re curious if it helped them, as Nike claims, could it also have hurt them? This isn’t an excuse for the loss, but the question needs to be asked!

Is Lacrosse Really Safer?

3 - Published January 26, 2010 by in The Life

Blake Gaudet asks the tough questions…like is little Johnny less likely to be knocked unconscious with a stick in his hand?