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.
John Grant Jr. is beyond devastated regarding his removal from Team Canada as the FIL World Lacrosse Championships approach.
The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) announced today that forward John Grant Jr. will not be playing for Canada in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Lacrosse Championships that begin next week in Denver, Colorado. He will be joining Coach Randy Mearns’ staff on the sidelines to help Canada win its third World Championship and will be replaced on the 23-man roster by Burlington, Ontario native Jordan MacIntosh.
The Big Ten Conference has revealed the schedule of league games for 2015, the inaugural season of men’s lacrosse as a B1G-sponsored sport.
ESPN Player, the live and on-demand sports streaming service, is launching a brand new channel to cover the World Lacrosse Championships held July 11-20 in Denver, Colorado for Europe.
After a tryout process that included 98 players and spanned 11 months, US Lacrosse has named the Team USA final 23-man roster for the FIL World Championship.
US Lacrosse today announced it has signed Coaches Aid as a web streaming partner for the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship.
The Israel Lacrosse family headed to Tel Aviv to break the Guinness World Records for the Largest Shabbat Dinner.
One of the fastest growing aspects in the sport of lacrosse is the Faceoff and FOGOs (FaceOffGetOff). Players who are exceptional at taking faceoffs are becoming more and more valuable as time passes and the game continues to grow. They have become so important that over the past ten years, that we have seen players get recruited by colleges solely for their faceoff ability.
Outnumbered, clusters of shore teams prove they can compete with the hub of lacrosse.
Paul Rabil has spent his life preparing to win the gold for Team USA on his home soil.
The Iroquois Nationals have released the team’s 27-man roster for the upcoming FIL World Lacrosse Championships to be held in Denver, Colorado, from July 10 to July 19.
In any sport, let alone one with a niche like lacrosse, it’s only natural for athletes to want to gain a competitive advantage in any way, shape or form that they can. Yes, many kids do things, like go to camps, take lessons from more experienced players, and practice the game routinely that will help a young lacrosse player to grow and improve their skill set. But there’s also a variety of other things that a lacrosse player can do and several other venues that players can go to for information to gain a competitive advantage.
Mitch Weis, who has down syndrome, loves the game of lacrosse and loves his team. He has never played in a game, but that was about to change.