Concussions in sports, especially football, hockey and lacrosse, are a growing concern. Education and treatment are key, but that is only half of the equation. We can’t forget about prevention!
College Lacrosse news and commentary featuring NCAA Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, the MCLA and the NCLL. This is your one-stop shop for college lax news and information.
This week’s Hot Pot features a deeper look into the Canadian Lacrosse League, also known as CLax. The league now has 6 teams, and all of them are in Ontario, which is a little weird. Still, good things are on the horizon for CLax we think!
Michigan has made the jump to D1 lacrosse from the MCLA and has been losing in scrimmages to lower level D1 teams this fall. Are they performing better, worse or just as expected? And what does it mean for the future of UMich lax?
The Dominican University of California Penguins are entering their third full year as an NCAA D2 team, and expectations should be high. Connor takes a look at this rising West Coast program.
This week’s Hot Pot is all about sportsmanship, and how times haven’t changed that much, except for the existence of the internet. Does that really change things? Plus all the great news and video you’ve come to expect.
Is USC building a lacrosse field? They’re adding a women’s program in 2012 but this future development plan looks like it has a men’s lacrosse field in it. This would be big!
The Rochester Institute Of Technology has a GREAT season in 2011, and now they have the highlight tape to prove it. Watch the Tigers go 19-1 against top notch D3 NCAA competition.
Please welcome Trevor Tierney back to the Lax All Stars! This week, we posed a few questions to Trevor about today’s modern lacrosse sticks and how they impact the development of high school lacrosse players.
Krieg Shaw stops by the LAS mothership with a 2011 Fall Interview! Krieg gets to chat with Tom Carmean, the Head Coach of Guilford College Lacrosse down in North Carolina, and this program is looking up.
The shot clock debate is still raging, and it’s getting a lot of attention. Some say it’s great, others say not so fast. But it all comes down to ONE issue.
After a long hiatus, the LaxAllStars.com Comment Of The Week is BACK! We’ve got a great comment that was accompanied by photo evidence. Great stuff!
The North American Lacrosse League has finished up their first-ever College Draft and the results are very interesting and VERY American! Are these guys going to play pro box lacrosse this year? We hope so!
IL has come out with their annual Top 100 Freshman in College Lacrosse list, but is it fair to call it that? There are some major holes in this effort.
For our newest 2011 Fall Interview we check in with Ferrum College’s Assistant Lacrosse Coach and Recruiting Coordinator, Adam Sear. We learn more about Ferrum, and more about this Aussie lax Coach and player.
Connor Wilson takes a look at why Notre Dame holds so much influence in the current and future growth of lacrosse in the State of Indiana.
Easton makes lacrosse equipment now. Gloves, pads, sticks, heads and helmets. So who is Easton going to sponsor this spring in the college lax ranks? We have a front runner and it’s not who you might think.
Josh Rottman took in the Denver – Harvard scrimmage out in San Francisco and he’s back with a pretty full report on the lax scene in the Bay Area. We’re talking San Francisco lacrosse, baby!
LU recently posted a rumor about Maryland’s new Under Armour gloves on facebook and we’re curious if it’s true or not. Research and credible sourcing is just so darn important!
Please welcome Trevor Tierney back to the Lax All Stars! This week, we posed a few burning questions to Trevor about high school athletics and getting recruited.
We’ve got a pretty comprehensive list of NCAA D1 Lacrosse programs that once existed but are now defunct. Definitely interesting to see which schools have dropped men’s lax. Correct us if we’re wrong on anything!