In today’s match-up, we pit two of LXM Pro’s best against each other. A battle just as big as Kobe Bryant and Lebron James, the season veteran vs. the young gun. The only difference is these two are on the same team, work for the same lacrosse company and they are great friends.
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It’s official: the Spring is here. Well, it’s not official according to Mother Nature, but according to us it sure is because lacrosse is here. Breathe in that fresh air and celebrate.
Sam Bradman can flat out score, and while we all know a good player can play with just about any stick, he must be doing something special with his stringing. Fortunately for us, STX just wrapped up a three part stringing series in which Bradman teaches viewers how to lace up a gamer like his.
2013 STX equipment is available nationwide now. We check out the Shadow Arm Guards to see what the new Shadow line is all about.
Former Syracuse University attackman and SportsCenter Top Ten prodigy Tim Desko has signed a one-year deal with lacrosse manufacturer STX.
The Top 5 Heads of 2012 have been covered. Now it’s time to take a look at FIVE heads that could see a huge rise in popularity in 2013…
A look at the Top 5 Lacrosse Heads of 2012 based on which ones college players used the most.
LXM PRO Kyle Harrison has renewed his contract with STX Lacrosse through 2016. New K18 line set for 2014.
We’ve got fresh new gear, tons of video, news and more in this Sunday’s Lacrosse Drop! From NYC to Philly, Turkey to Budapest, Dartmouth to Australia, and then all the way to Florida, we’ve got you covered.
We check-out and review the Stallion head by STX Lacrosse to see if it really is all that and a bag of chips.
Andrew Ratzke tests out the STX Surgeon head to see how it will meet the new NCAA rules for the upcoming season of lacrosse.
For the first time in the league’s existence, Major League Lacrosse is giving manufacturers the opportunity to have their equipment on the field. What does it mean for lacrosse and the league, and what companies could benefit the most?
Sam Bradman is probably the most hyped D3 player in recent memory. He’s chosen the LXM over the MLL and signed with STX, and he just might be the most interesting man in lacrosse right now.