hat if you could compare your game to someone who lives two States over? Or how about on the opposite coast? What about comparing yourself to America’s #1 scorer in your age group who plays the same position? Today, our partner RipNet launched the first ever national leaderboards for high school and middle school boys and girls. Ranked based on scoring data submitted by players using RipNet Performance Technology to improve their game, new RipNet Leaderboards will be released every Wednesday, now through the end of the Spring. The addition of Leaderboards by…
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An up close look at Shootout, the new mobile app lacrosse game from Brine.
Notice anything odd today? Why are all our favorite websites broken? Do not adjust that computer screen. There’s something going on you should know about.
Unequal Technologies might just change the game for lacrosse pads! They are pulling Kevlar backed military grade technology over to lacrosse, and much like Carbon Fiber, this product has a REAL future in the sport world, especially lax.
Muamer Razic interviews the guys from True Temper Lacrosse and he sheds some great light on how the shaft industry truly work, and what a big part True Temper plays. Great information and insight!
Connor Wilson asks the age old question: Should it be legal for lacrosse players to cut the palms out of their lax gloves? The answer used to be “NO”, but now CW isn’t quite so sure!
Connor Wilson and Muamer Razic sit down with some of the guys from C-12 lacrosse, manufacturers of the finest carbon fiber shafts in the game! We can say that because we’ve tried them out… and they’re legit! Read on for a ton more info on the future of lacrosse shafts!
Call me opinionated, tell me I’m wishfully thinking, whatev. These are the 10 things I see happening in 2010, which we here at LAS like to call The Big Win.
If you haven’t heard of FanFeedr yet, you will. And you thought watching Sportscenter every night was the best place to get sports news…