Two Maryland General Assembly Delegates have introduced a bill to require girls lacrosse players under 19 to wear helmets in games and practices. This is BIG news and only the beginning of the debate.
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Matt Barkley, the USC football star, learns about the sport of lacrosse, and by the end of his lesson, this NFL bound student-athlete is showing some serious potential!
The 2012 National Champions take on the 2013 National Teams. This is the first year that both defending National Champions will take on the US National Team, and they should prove to be very competitive games.
Despite their loss in the title game last year to UC Davis, the Rams of Colorado State are again ranked #1. Nicole Dyrdahl breaks down the WCLA Top 20 for D1 and D2!
The 25-player training team roster for the US Women’s National Team was announced last week; here is an intricate break down of that roster and what it means for the 2013 World Games!
Part of the fun collecting classic lacrosse sticks is restoring and passing special ones along to the next generation of laxers. Since my brother’s daughter recently started playing, it was time to find her a classic women’s wooden stick. And because my niece is too young to know about LAS, I thought I’d show everyone what she’s getting for Christmas this year.
We got some fantastic photos from the recent Drexel – Penn State women’s lacrosse scrimmage. Some are beautiful action shots, while others show just how tough the women’s game can be!
Western Australia and South Australia each won a National Championship this past weekend in Perth. We’ve got the details from both the men’s and women’s sides.
Gary Gait is as legendary of a player as is humanly possible, but he’s also one heck of a coach! Check out the Coaching Tree that stems from Gait’s position in the college lacrosse world!
Catherine Conway joins up with LaxAllStars.com to fill you in on the Women’s Club Lacrosse scene after traveling around the country to play in tournaments all Summer long.
Both the Florida Gators and Jacksonville Dolphins have seen meteoric rises in the women’s college lacrosse world. How have they tried to catch up to Northwestern? And what can Men’s College Lacrosse learn from them?
Lacrosse in the Olympics has been a hot topic lately, so Connor Wilson is here to lay it all down for you in one place, and lay out Lacrosse’s SECRET challenge to becoming an Olympic sport.
Sarah Forbes, legendary U. Maryland (1997) women’s lacrosse player will be inducted into the Terp Hall of Fame in October. The most impressive thing is that even in her mid 30s, Forbes is STILL going strong!