Oh my, what a Woozley weekend it was. To start you off, we’ve got a photo-heavy post that just sends out that Tahoe vibe. First-timer @ConnorWilsonLAS remarked that it was easily one of the best tourneys he’s ever been to (and he’s been to a lot) so click on through and get down.
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Just a few shots from Tahoe Lax Day 1. Be a very wary bear!
Ghost of the Union talks summer lax, gives us a recap of the Park City Shootout.
The glorious Lake Tahoe and your chance to lax it up there this week. Plus news & notes as always.
Two significant press releases from adidas Lacrosse.
Please welcome Mr. David Ogle to LAS. His heart beats for wearing the Pink Woozle ‘W’ each year, and over the coming weeks he will help each of us release our inner Woozle with an ‘in-depth’ preparation guide for Tahoe, celebration of all things righteous, and uninteresting facts about his life.
Connor Wilson recounts his experience with the Southampton Brewery LC at the recent Long Island War on the Shore tournament. Last year they took home the inaugural championship, click through to see if they repeated.
Vail’s Summer Shootout has come to an end and the reigning champs were dethroned, some longtime teams dominated, some newcomers surprised and as usual, the level of play was top notch.
Along with the excellent coverage that the Vail Shootout itself provides, LAS has operatives all over the place out in Colorado and when big things happen, you’ll know about it.
Everyone loves playing lax at the Vail Shootout. Everyone loves sweet stick tricks. Today, we give you a mashup of both because some kid took his camera to Vail, video taped himself showing off, and posted it on YouTube. Born to be wild.
Long Island is a hot bed area for lacrosse. Always has been and always will be. However, what always struck me as weird was the lack of quality lacrosse tournaments over the summer on “the Island”.
While Spring is the officially recognized season of lacrosse, many of us have reached a time in our lives where our early-year participation is limited to coaching or living vicariously through those we watch on the field. So what does a washed up college player (see: the entire LAS staff) living outside of a large metropolitan area (see: Rusty) have to look forward to?