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Jeff Brunelle takes a thorough look at the recently announced US Lacrosse Participation Survey results and shares his take on the future growth of lacrosse.
Remember when the best college lacrosse team was sent to the Lacrosse World Championships as the United States representative? It’s time to bring that back! The 2018 World Champions, (insert your favorite college team here)!
US Lacrosse has named Richie Meade the Head Coach of the 2014 US Men’s National Team, which will play in the FIL World Championships in Denver, Colorado. We break down why Meade is perfect for the job.
US Lacrosse recently released a position paper on youth lacrosse participation where they advocated for further limitations to be placed on hitting and contact at the youth levels. Is this the best course of action? Is it safe?
Michigan Head Coach, John Paul, has been named US Lacrosse’s Person of the Year via their Lacrosse Magazine. This is a big move for the Grow The Game effort and Michigan and NCAA Lacrosse in general!
US Lacrosse has adopted age-appropriate rules for youth lacrosse. Brunelle takes a stab at explaining each rule’s importance from a coaches perspective. Check it out.
International Lacrosse obviously isn’t limited to the Men’s game. Can the Women get some? They sure can! We’ve got videos from all over the globe and info that might just blow your mind. It totally might, you’ll have to read on to see. The main photo should give you some clues.
A beginner’s guide to the Philadelphia Wings, plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning cup of joe.
How two boys lost it all in a fire, but still somehow managed to play lacrosse this season, plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning cup of joe.
Want to keep tabs on what’s going on at the 2011 US Lacrosse Convention? Look no further than Twitter hashtag #laxcon.
1980′s lacrosse heads at 1980′s prices. You can’t beat that! Plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning coffee.
The rising sleeves debate, GTL tanks for everyone, and more lacrosse & lifestyle links than you can handle.
This is a big one. Longest Lacrosse Drop ever? Yup. Best ever? You be the judge, but I think so. So much action, everyone can get a piece.
Lacrosse Magazine has named Tim Goettelmann 2010 Person of the Year. Stand up guy, great role model, completely selfless. He’s like the patron saint of lax!