We didn’t get to watch the Bowhunter Cup online because it wasn’t broadcast! But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot we can take away from the game! Box news, gear commentary and much more!
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LU recently posted a rumor about Maryland’s new Under Armour gloves on facebook and we’re curious if it’s true or not. Research and credible sourcing is just so darn important!
Is Nike really considering a bid to purchase Under Armour? CRAZY! We look into the myriad reasons the deal could go through, as well as the reasons it couldn’t. Big things for the lacrosse and sporting worlds either way!
Top flight college athletics teams are now the advertising mecca for sports equipment manufacturers. It’s cheap, easy and gets you tons of exposure. But does it really help the teams? Will it work in Lacrosse? Is it fair to the students?
Simple Question: Is New England a lacrosse hotbed? Is the lax mojo on point in the Six States? Do these former Colonies have the lacrosse bug or what?
Friday are great days for history lessons, right? Michigan lax, stick tricks, plus news & notes as always.
Con Bro Chill’s newest EP, “This Is Boom.” Plus news & notes as always.
A new pro indoor lacrosse league enters the mix thanks to Allan Harvie, a former minor league hockey team owner. Plus news & notes as always.
An interesting piece of news sent to us by an insider in Minnesota. Special note about UVA lacrosse. Plus news & notes as always.
Tierney’s arrival spurs Denver’s success, Syracuse on Google, and the PNCLL Final Four. Plus news & notes as always.
An NLL video sent to us earlier this week. Some good plays. Great crowd reactions. Plus news & notes.
An interview with the founder of Under Armour. And of course, news & notes.
Being home for the holidays means you have to go to the mall with your mom.
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.
We sat down with Paul Rabil to get an inside look at what life has been like in his rookie season, what he misses about college, the importance of flow, and what he enjoys most about running summer camps. Check it.
For most of my 29 years, lacrosse has been regarded as a fringe sport played by East Coast prep schoolers and Native Americans. Recently, lacrosse has really boomed and is one of the fastest growing sports in all age brackets and across both genders but at times, there is still a lack of mainstream coverage and interest […]