Editor’s Note: Patrick Dougherty of Turkey Lacrosse is back in LAS with a final preview of the rapidly upcoming TLO 2013! The Turkey Lacrosse Open 2013 (TLO13) is almost upon us, and to get ready the organizing crew have been working our little tails off. This is our first major lacrosse tournament in Turkey’s history. We held a small tournament in June 2012 with national teams from Bulgaria, Israel and of course, Turkey all involved, but this year we stepped…
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The Summer of 2013 has been a special one for Israel Lacrosse so far, and with a number of events still to come, it’s high time the lacrosse world got to know one of its newer members a little more intimately. Israel Lacrosse was born in 2010, but 2013 is the year where it is taking its first BIG steps!
Who Does It Better hits the International scene.
This Fall, a brand new international lacrosse event becomes a reality, and you have the chance to be involved!
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championships just got a lot bigger with three new teams confirming for 2015! Welcome Thailand, Turkey, and Israel to the world of international box lacrosse!
Welcome to another great edition of Crosse Clicks! We find the best links, video, photos, and news and cram it all into one post. On Wednesdays we cover the college game, on Mondays we hit up everything else!
The new year means college and pro lacrosse are finally back. What’s everyone going to be discussing in 2013? Chris Rosenthall gives you EIGHT big stories to follow in 2013!
We’ve got fresh new gear, tons of video, news and more in this Sunday’s Lacrosse Drop! From NYC to Philly, Turkey to Budapest, Dartmouth to Australia, and then all the way to Florida, we’ve got you covered.
We got the chance to take in some photos from the Sofia Cup 2011 in Bulgaria where Turkey Lacrosse came, saw, and conquered! Turkey now has refs, college teams are forming, and the International Lacrosse game keeps growing!
Connor Wilson had a long conversation with Patrick Dougherty of Turkey Lacrosse about the future of the sport in Istanbul, the Turkish Capitol, the country overall and where things were headed. I get the feeling the Turks might really love lacrosse as they are exposed to it more and more. Growing The Game!