We love old NCAA Lacrosse Championship videos and this one is a real winner! The year was 1977. The event was the NCAA D1 Men’s Lacrosse National Championship. The teams were Cornell and Johns Hopkins.
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Don’t miss John Tavares balling out for the Mississauga Tomahawks the season he earned Rookie of the Year honors, 1988.
Welcome back to another installment of Throwback Thursday. The year was 1993, we found out What is Love?, The X-Files hit our tubes, we got Dazed and Confused because Whoomp There It Is!
The 1907 Wooden Lacrosse Stick is something extremely special. It’s incredibly rare, important to the history of the game as far as patents go, and it’s a serious piece of art work! Welcome to Traditional Thursday!
We start this #ThrowbackThursday series with Part 1 of our look in to Jane Claydon’s St. Leonards Cradle of Lacrosse. We are following the history of lacrosse in Scotland and women’s lacrosse internationally starting with the first written account of an organized women’s lacrosse match.
You know Adam Richman, right? He’s the man with over 600,000 Twitter followers who talks about great food on shows like Amazing Eats, Food Fighters, and Man Vs. Food. He has also been involved in the world of competitive eating… But did you also know that Adam Richman played lacrosse?
Check out this six minute short movie, Keeper of the Kohn, on the man, the myth, the legend; Peter Kohn and Middlebury Lacrosse.
Joe O’Neill, from Stringer’s Shack, owns one of the most amazing and rare old school lacrosse sticks that I have ever seen, and today we’re showing it off to you! It’s a special stick from Etobicoke Sports!
Back in 2008, the Philadelphia Barrage were returning to defend their 2007 Major League Lacrosse crown, but were without a home. This was also the first time we saw the Inside The MLL show pop up, and it’s been with us ever since.
Welcome to Throwback Thursday! This week we’re showing off a great full game video from 1989 featuring Cortland State (NCAA D3) and Syracuse, the defending NCAA D1 champions! Back in the 70s, 80s, and even 90s, it was relatively common for D1 teams to play D3 teams, and even club teams, as the number of […]
Welcome to Throwback Thursday! In honor of the FIL World Championships kicking off on July 10th in Denver, CO we dug up a little video from the 2010 World Championships in Manchester, England, featuring the USA and Canada. Both teams read like a who’s who of lacrosse, and the goals scored were insane. There’s just […]
Check out the 2009 New York State Class C Championship video below and watch Lyle’s 23-0 Lafayette Lancers take on the 19-1 (and #3 seed) Manhasset Indians. Manhasset wins the game 16-11, and the Thompsons weren’t the only greats playing in this one!
A decade ago, in 2004, the Navy men’s lacrosse team made an epic run to the Final Four, and then in front of the whole nation, the Midshipmen did the unthinkable, winning their semifinal game, and matching up with Syracuse on Memorial Day.
The fancy stuff didn’t start with the Thompsons, although they have taken things to a whole new level of consistency and flair… remember the greats! Brendan Carey is one of them! Photo of the oldest backbreaker in college history!
The year was 1985, and the Philadelphia Spectrum was playing host to the IBLA Exhibition Series between the US and Canada. This series pitted the best US box players against the best that Canada had to offer and the guys on both rosters served as a who’s who of lacrosse in the mid 80s. This […]