Four weeks complete, four weeks to go. CUFLA has reached the midway point of the 2014 regular season in the chase for the Baggataway Cup. In the West, traditional power Brock Badgers (5-0) have separated themselves from the pack while the East Division teams continue to chase McGill (8-0).
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Recruit the coach’s son. Which coaches; sons? The good ones. Yeah, but which one are the good ones? All of them! The children of good lacrosse coaches seem to see success at the college level at a somewhat uncanny level. Yesterday I showcased Jack Raba, the son of Wesleyan head coach John Raba, and I […]
Thanks to the one and only Craig Chase, we have photos of the Loyola Alumni Lacrosse Scrimmage! Lots of big name players made it back for the Alumni Game, and there was plenty of Loyola lacrosse gear from over the program’s age.
A great coach is a valuable commodity. At any level, from that of our youth to national teams, a great coach can be the difference between disappointing performance and the highest levels of success. A great coach also guides athletes to better lives off the field, and serves as another type of educator in life. […]
Join us in welcoming Mike Connor to LaxAllStars! Mike is joining our newest “Brit Abroad” to join the roster. Mike will be manning the cage for Wingate University again this season and will document what it’s like to be a Brit playing lacrosse at an American college!
Cascade and Maverik Lacrosse have signed the University of Michigan men’s lacrosse program to a four-year equipment deal that will put each brand’s most advanced equipment into the hands of every player on the team. Entering its fourth season as a Division I program, the team is poised for its most successful season yet competing […]
Three weeks into the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association season are complete and just two teams remain undefeated.
The list of honors and awards for Syracuse lacrosse legends Gary and Paul Gait continues to grow.
It’s Friday and the news is coming in hot and heavy! So heavy that we had to create a Friday News Blast post, and we’re combining it with a Video Explosion. We’ve got new pro teams, big time pro lacrosse players retiring, a lacrosse-only college stadium for a big time D1 program, and much, much […]
If anyone ever asks you if a lacrosse player has left college early to declare for the pros, you can now say, “yes, that has happened, and it was a D3 player from RIT named Casey Jackson, who left school and declared for the NLL Draft.”
Two weeks of play of the 2014 Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association season is in the books as all teams have played at least three games. Defending Baggataway Cup champion Guelph (0-3) have found defending the title a bit tougher than winning, losing their first three games. 2013 was the fourth league championship for the […]
This fall we will see a record breaking 38 DI-III, MCLA, NCLL and other club programs will bind together to raise awareness and to make a statement that lacrosse is dedicated to the RELENTLESS fight against cancer.
Opening week of play in the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) is in the books as 13 of the 15 teams played at least one game. 2014 marks the 30th season for CUFLA, which is made up of schools in Ontario and Quebec.
Boston College Eagles football team to represent Welles Crowther, former lacrosse player whom lost his life on 9/11/01. Red bandanas will be distributed to the entire student section as well.
Welles Crowther was a former Division 1 lacrosse player working in the World Trade Center on September 11th. This ESPN piece from Outside The Lines tells the heroic story of his life, and it’s simply something you have to see and hear to believe.