The Canadian Lacrosse Association’s 2012 National Team roster is set! Connor Wilson breaks down Team Canada’s selections, and where they will shine at the Duel in Denver.
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The US and Canada do a little dance and the winner is the U19 World Champion! The FIL Games are at their end, and Connor Wilson live blogs the whole thing!
Can’t watch the USA – Iroquois U19 game? We’ve got you covered! Live Blog with game coverage AND a recap of the first semifinal featuring Canada – England!
It’s full speed ahead at the 2012 U19 Lacrosse World Championships, being played in Finland right now. The top three are the usual suspects, but this tournament has still been FULL of surprises!
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague are DONE! Canada wins again! Some great games were played and we have a full recap of all the action!!! BOX LACROSSE FOR LIFE!
Andy McNamara is back with another update from the 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague!
Lax All Stars is a proud sponsor of the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague this year, and we’ve asked sports broadcaster Andy McNamara to help us cover the event. Check out Andy’s preview here!
Jeff Brunelle came up with 10 predictions for 2010 and now Connor Wilson is checking his work and preparing a set of his own to be graded in 2011. Only 365 days away!
Joe French is the next guy up on Mike Brand’s interview saga. On his way to Georgetown next year to play some serious lacrosse, Joe is part of a new chapter in the ongoing Canadian invasion of the NCAA.
When someone or something desires the limelight only to wilt under the new-found pressure.
Will the new MTV Teen Wolf series be good or bad for the sport of lacrosse?
It’s the lacrosse story that’s received worldwide media coverage for all the wrong reasons. Here is a rundown of all news updates on the Iroquois national lacrosse team’s passport brouhaha plus first day results from England.
The MLL All-Stars provided the US Men’s team with a final tune up before the National Team heads to Manchester, England for the World Games. In 2006, it wasn’t even close but 2010 was a different story.