Our friends at The Lacrosse Network retweeted this photo earlier this month, and it was just too good not to feature. Here we have a young lacrosse player watching the game between Maverik United and Team STX at LXM|ATS 214, complete with backwards TLN hat and stick in hand.
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The Lacrosse Network broadcast the 2013 NLL Combine Prospects Game last night, and it’s a great watch! These guys are all trying to make a name for themselves in this game, and are playing with hopes of being drafted tonight (Monday, Sep. 16th).
The Lacrosse Network was up in Stowe, VT for the Bitter Lacrosse Stowe Lax Fest, and they put together this killer video on the event. I love the opening segment, which honestly shows the frustration that can go into running an event, but also how the lacrosse community will pull through just about anything to make an event go off.
In the LXM PRO’s last stop in Chicago, fans were treated to a big time whooping put on by Maverik United. Mav won the game 17-11, and just looked like they wanted it a whole lot more than Team STX. Maybe my article previewing the game spurred these guys on to some extra effort? I was a little harsh on the Brattons in particular, and they clearly came to play.
It’s time. We’ve been teasing you with clips from The Lacrosse Network’s Team TLN for a few weeks, and now we have a full four minutes of action from our tournament at the Orange County Great Park at the beginning of August.
Sometimes, you just need a nice, clean time and room goal in your day. Nothing flashy about this one, just a skip pass to a set-your-feet-and-rip-it from Team TLN middie and Southland Lax alum David Lee.
One of my fellow attackmen on Team TLN is Kyle Peterson (San Marcos ’13). Kyle is a pretty cool guy, and he was a prolific scorer in his two years of college ball. Last season, he led MCLA Division II in points per game, with a whopping 8.5 a contest and over 100 points on the season. Kyle showcased his skills with Team TLN with this slick backhanded flip goal on the crease.
Heeyoung Leem, one of the FOGOs on the Team TLN team I played on last weekend, rocked a GoPro in some of our games and got some great footage. The camera falls off right away in the first game, and is picked up by the ref – all hilariously caught on camera. Hee strapped on the GoPro for another game and caught footage of our warmups and some of the game.
If the title of this post alone didn’t intrigue you, I’m not sure what will. This past weekend, I suited up with Team TLN of The Lacrosse Network, and Salisbury long pole Knute Kraus made me look really good after I fed him this ball.
Here’s a great shot captured by TLN’s Contest Colin. The player pictured is Southland Laxer Knute Kraus (Salisbury ’15), and not only is he rocking a jammy pack pre-game, but the Orange Balloon is prominently featured in the background.
Maybe you’re new to lacrosse, or know someone else who is, like a friend, relative, or even one of your parents. If you want to help them along in their journey of learning the game, I highly recommend sharing this post with them!
With the first 2013 LXM PRO event in Orange County, California in the books, professional lacrosse season is now fully underway. The LXM, MLL, and Summer Box in Canada are all going strong, and the best players on the planet are getting paid to play the game. Connor Wilson takes a look at the first event of the 2013 LXM season, and so far, things are definitely looking up.
We publish a fantastic photo every Friday, and if you drop the best Photo Caption in the comments section of this post, we hook you up with sweet LAS gear from the Lacrosse Shop!
Good news lax fans! The Lacrosse Network has teamed up with the MLL to host 15 games this summer on TLN!
Welcome back to Pick Your Poison! The Lacrosse Network has two excellent plays to offer up, and in this week’s Pick Your Poison, we’re pitting Joel White of the MLL vs Erik Krum of the LXM PRO, and we want to know which “Catch and Shoot” effort you prefer!
The Lacrosse Network has two more excellent plays to offer up, and in this week’s Pick Your Poison, we’re pitting the MCLA D1 vs the MCLA D2, via Boise State and Concordia, respectively. Both goals were scored under pressure, but who’s effort was better?
In our last Pick Your Poison post, Colorado’s team transition goal beat out Chapman’s turn and fire effort 60% to 40%. This week, Samir and the fine fellows at The Lacrosse Network have sent over two more excellent goals, and it’s up to you to decide which one was better!
Samir Chaudry of The Lacrosse Network says the Colorado goal is the best the MCLA has seen in a while. I personally like the Chapman goal. It’s just mean. Which MCLA goal do YOU prefer?
The action on the floor has been intense in the NLL this year, and full of awesome play on both ends. We’ve seen a bunch of nifty goals so far, and Garrett Billings BTB might just be up there with the best of them…
We taped The Lacrosse Show LIVE last night on TLN and we talked a lot of lacrosse, got some great comments from viewers, and even had our own Super Bowl Power Problem. It was an epic first episode!