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Resident Lax All Stars legal counsel and all around political insider, Jumbo Jack, pens an open letter to the members of the Lacrossocratic Party, telling us what we should focus on and be wary of in 2010.
An interview with Vincent Ricasio, founder of THE ART OF LAX. Plus news & notes as always.
A couple weekends ago, I made the trek down to Baltimore for my first US Lacrosse Convention. Despite being months away from our first game, I couldn’t help but get caught up in the collective excitement shared by so many laxheads. I met some of the sport’s brightest stars, heard and felt the words of Dr. Lou, and caught up with old teammates. The whole experience reminded me of the many reasons why I love lacrosse.
Connor is down in Miami enjoying the rays while the rest of us are stuck home in NYC sitting around our phones, waiting for him to send pictures of girls in bikinis.
Take a stroll through the 2010 US Lacrosse Nat’l Convention Expo hall.
It was Saturday. The crew got just a few hours of sleep no thanks to pourhouse named after 412.
It’s time for Lou Holtz keynote clips! Get ready because we’ve got a whole roll of footage we’ll be releasing over the next couple weeks. Starting now.
A photo journey to the center of the earth. Or at least the opening salvo of pictures we collected from the US Lacrosse Convention in Baltimore aka “LaxCon 10″.
For those of you not at the 2010 US Lacrosse National Convention, we’ll be sending updates out all day via Twitter. Find ‘em below and stay in the know.
Welp, we’re here. And a little bird told us US Lacrosse reengineered their org structure to better serve the sport.
If you’re in Baltimore this weekend, keep your eyes peeled. We’ll be at the US Lacrosse National Convention all day Friday and Saturday. We’re off to see The Wizard, we’re off to see The Wizard, we’re off to see The Wizard with one thousand stickers in hand… We may not be wearing face paint, but […]
Legendary coach Lou Holtz will be the headline speaker at next month’s US Lacrosse National Convention. Can’t make it? Here’s a preview of what you might miss.