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Humans of New York Lacrosse Girls on New York City Subway

Spotted: Lacrosse in NYC via Humans of New York

0 - Published April 13, 2014 by in General, The Life

Ever heard of Humans of New York? It’s a really cool photo blog that pairs portraits of people in, you guessed, New York City with quotes and captions about their lives. Recently, Brandon, the photographer behind HONY, posted a photo of some girl lacrosse players in the subway station after one of their games.

Turkey Lacrosse Open: Final Preview

0 - Published September 16, 2013 by in International

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. […]

An Israel Lacrosse Experience: Rob Berkenblit

0 - Published August 19, 2013 by in Grow The Game, International

Rob Birkenbelt joins LAS to write about his experiences in Israel, teaching lacrosse to a brand new group of passionate enthusiasts. The experience of traveling to Israel was clearly amazing, and the first hand Grow The Game clinics were pretty amazing too. The future is bright for lacrosse in Israel…

Awesome Women’s World Cup Video

0 - Published July 30, 2013 by in International, Videos

Inside you can find a GREAT video on the 2013 FIL World Cup, which took place in Oshawa, Ontario. The women’s world championships crowned the US as champs, and the team set a number of records in the process. This was the US’ seventh (out of 9 total) title, and the first time the Canadians had won Silver.

USA Women Dominate FIL World Lacrosse Championships

0 - Published July 22, 2013 by in International

The US Women’s Lacrosse Team has claimed it seventh world title with a 19-5 win over Canada in the finals of the tournament, which has held in Oshawa, Ontario. The US was up 14-2 at the half and cruised to victory in the second, still outscoring their opponents 5-3. This is the ninth international tournament, and the ninth finals appearance the US women have made.

Thoughts On Vail 2013: Whitney Thayer

0 - Published July 15, 2013 by in Club

Whitney Thayer works for CityLax, in New York City, and played her collegiate lacrosse at Williams College, in Massachusetts, but a big part of her heart remains out in Colorado, where the Vail Shootout is held annually. Whitney made it out to Vail this year, and has some wonderful and stirring thoughts on this legendary Summer field tournament!

Quick Update: Vail Lacrosse Shootout

0 - Published July 6, 2013 by in Club

The Men’s Elite Division at Vail has arrived at the Semifinal stage this Saturday, while the Women’s Elite play their Quarters and Semis today. The Men’s Masters Division Finals take place today as well.

Australian Women Leave For World Championships

0 - Published June 26, 2013 by in International

Australia will do battle with other 18 countries (including Canada, Japan, England, USA, Wales, New Zealand and Germany) and are solid favorites (along with Team USA) to return home with a gold medal. The World Championship starts on the 10th of July and will run til the 20th of July when the Championship game will be played.

Ricky Fried, Georgetown Women's Lacrosse Coach

Sponsored Post: Georgetown coaches leading technology revolution

0 - Published April 7, 2013 by in College, Technology

Please welcome Dave McKibben to LAS. Dave is a technology expert at SportsBoard, an LAS sponsor that has created an iPad app that revolutionizes how lacrosse coaches scout opponents and individual athletes. Today, Dave shares the story of the women’s lacrosse coaches at Georgetown University.     Having adopted SportsBoard’s revolutionary iPad app since last fall for […]

Strength of Community: Play for Seton Hill

0 - Published April 5, 2013 by in College, NCAA

The Seton Hill University women’s lacrosse team was struck with tragedy on March 16th when their bus crashed on their way to an away game killing the driver, the head coach, and her unborn child. This story is heart wrenching, and as a former college lacrosse player, it hits close to home.