Top 10 LAS Forum Discussions!

Lax Lacrosse All Stars Forums
We here and we hear!

Two weeks ago we announced the birth of the brand new Lax All Stars Forums. Launching the forums so quickly after the demise of CollegeLAX took a superhuman effort on our tech adviser’s part, and he went in a unique and interesting direction with the design.  The forums naturally feature “Recent Discussions” on the main content page, allowing the most relevant subject to stay up top without the need to use a single filter. Want to dive in and discover more forum discussions? Use the “Categories” filter on the right-hand side to dig deeper into your topic of choice.

The LAS Forums are open and relatively unstructured wherever possible. What people REALLY want to talk about just naturally floats to the top.

We weren’t exactly sure where the conversations would go or what discussions would take off, and that was part of the thrill of launching these forums on the fly.  Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen different topics rise and fall quite a bit – the back and forth has been great because it puts the diversity of our readers on full display (we’ve got readers from all over the WORLD!).

So, what’s trending in the forums right now? Below you can find the Top 10 LAS Forum Discussions… for the moment anyway!  We’re excited to see how these boards continue to grow and change! If you’re not a member yet, get on it!

Top 10 LAS Forum Discussions:

1) Your PNCLL Pre-Season Rankings

2) SLC DII 2012

3) 2011 Fall Ball Scores

4) GTG Invitational


6) Your PreSeason Top 25

7) Conditioning!

8) Easton Raptor… any takes on this dome piece?

9) NCAA D1 Pre Season Favorite

10) What’s Your Favorite Type Of Stringing?

If any of those topics grabbed your attention, click through, sign up and check ’em out! If you want to talk about something else, we’re pretty sure you’ll find someone willing to converse, argue and/or agree with you. It’s a lively bunch! The LAS Forums are alive and well!

Lax Lacrosse All Stars Forums
We here. We hear!


  1. The central and prominent placement of the recent/active discussions reminds me of the facebook newsfeed, very intuitive and it draws users to interact with lots of posts.

    No surprise the PNCLL is dominating the discussion.  Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.