Most lacrosse players know how important cross-sport training can be, whether lacrosse is your primary sport or not. This week’s spotting, sent in by LAS reader Eric Ochoa, supports that claim, in the form of WWE star Mick Foley.
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We’ve got another movie spotting! This time around the movie is The Internship, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. In this scene, Vaughn and Wilson lead their team in a quidditch match. One of the players on the opposing team can be seen wearing girls lacrosse goggles during the game.
A few weeks ago I spotted this Chase Bank commercial which features the lacrosse in a big way. Check it out here!
LAS reader Tai Verbugge tipped us off to this lacrosse mention in the movie The Social Network. While Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake) is explaining to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) why he founded Napster, he claims that it was to get back at the lacrosse player that was dating the girl he liked.
Another NFL player is wearing lacrosse cleats, and this time it’s a Dallas Cowboy.
Spotted hits the books!
Everyone knows Robert Downey Jr looks like he may have played lacrosse back in the day, no wonder he was Spotted next to some fiddle sticks!
This week’s Spotted takes us to the movies!
This week’s Spotted comes to us from our very own Connor Wilson! C-dub was up late one night catching up on his Buffy the Vampire Slayer, when he came across this gem.
This week’s Spotted takes us back to Modern Family.
This week’s ‘Spotted’ takes us to Conan for an interview with Steve Carrell.
This week’s ‘Spotted’ takes us to the White House!
Flashback to the 90′s for this week’s Spotted!
This week’s spotting comes to us from an all too familiar source, Archer.
This week’s spotting comes to us from a very timely source, the NFL Combine.
This week’s spotting comes to us from one of our personal favorites, Modern Family.
Our Spotted series rolls on with a look at lacrosse in a classic film.
Our Spotted Series rolls on, and this time we spot some lax pads on the basketball court.