The Peterborough Lakers’ board of directors has voted to remove Ted Higgins as president, The Examiner has confirmed through sources close to the team.
Raised in California in the 1980s when lacrosse was rare there, he became an All-American defenseman at Syracuse. After college, he joined the Navy to be a SEAL and led multiple combat deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. Now in the reserves, he has written a book (“Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior”), starred in […]
The refrain from Loyola coach Charley Toomey this fall has been that there may be a new cast of characters involved but the Greyhounds are still planning on stay true to who they are. “Play fast,” he said, echoing the up-tempo, high shot output philosophy they’ve ridden up college lacrosse’s national ladder.
The midfielder is the first freshman in the history of the school’s varsity program to give a Division I commitment, deciding on national power Syracuse University.
Seattle-area high school lacrosse coaches Drew Snider and Chris O’Dougherty, whose Denver Outlaws won the Major League Lacrosse Championship this past August, were honored Sunday night in Denver in an on-field ceremony during the San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos NFL game.
Whether it’s coincidence, or a sign of some greater forces at work, the color yellow seems to follow Issaquah High School graduate Kevin Powers.
Cooper Helfet’s first NFL start might have been the best debut a Seahawks No. 3 tight end has ever had.
A sea of red and white emerges to echoes of “Carmen Ohio,” the oldest school song played by the “Best Damn Band in the Land.” More than 30,000 fans peer onto the turf field in Ohio Stadium, affectionately known as the Horseshoe, to watch what has become a valued spring tradition — a lacrosse game.
You could hardly call the late Nolan Rogers an unsung hero in lacrosse. He’s in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. That’s as loud as we sing in this sport. But Nolan was unsung.
Eden Prairie-based upstart Epoch Lacrosse is making a splash in the lacrosse equipment market with a brand that embraces technology. The company is utilizing new designs and new materials to compete with established brands in one of North America’s oldest and fastest-growing team sports.
“It’s 7:55 p.m. on a Thursday, and 10 players, about half of the Charlotte Hounds roster, are waiting on the turf field at Providence Day School. Their last home game is in less than 24 hours.” Read more from the Sporting News.
Gawker.com’s Dayna Evans takes a deep look at the evolving culture of lacrosse in New York City.
Castro David Onen, a 26-year-old baker who had to quit his job to play for the inaugural Uganda men’s national team, became the first African player to score a goal in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship, as the Ugandans made their long-anticipated debut Friday against Ireland.
At the 2014 MLL All-Star Game, an 11-year old fan named Owen came all the way from Northern California. The MLL asked him to give us his take on the festivities. Here’s what he sent in.