On September 28th and 29th, Syracuse University, in association with the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA) and Skä-noñh—Great Law of Peace Center, will put on the first ever Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Lacrosse Expo. The event, which will be free, and open to the public, will take place at Onondaga Lake Park in Liverpool.
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Welcome to Crosse Clicks! We’re putting together an epic post with tons of fantastic lacrosse information, photos, video and more. Everyone will find at least one thing they love… and this first item is a strong contender.
This old video is by far and away the BEST lacrosse video you will see all year. We guarantee it!
Connor Wilson shares his Most Memorable Moments from the 2013 US Lacrosse Convention. From wooden sticks to Paul Rabil to gear and a surprise ride home, this post has it ALL!
This week’s Old School showcases something we’ve NEVER seen before. It’s an older stick, made in the wooden lacrosse stick style… but it’s made out of PLASTIC! This is crazy!
This week’s Old School focuses on wooden lacrosse sticks, how they are made, who makes them, what they can mean to a die hard player, and how YOU can get your hands on one.
Welcome to another installment of Old School Lacrosse! This week, Pete Jacobs takes us back in time with a great wooden stick collection in New Hampshire.
In today’s lacrosse Gear Review, we go old school and pay a little homage to the great history of our game with the Woody Lacrosse Shaft by Blackfeet!
An exclusive look at the new LAS Wood Shafts by Blue Magic Lacrosse. These guys don’t mess around!
Two guys still in college decided to start a small lacrosse company making wooden shafts. I’ve tried one out (it’s actually my gamer right now) and the product is legit. Let’s find out the story behind BML!
We asked our man Krieg Shaw from University of Idaho to give us a rundown on what’s on his Christmas wishlist. #6 would be a pretty badass gift to find under the tree!
Max Seibald is rocking a woody and so is Connor Wilson. Should you?