The Dutch have landed in Denver and have set their sights on their first opponent, China. Under the leadership of Neal Powless, Ryan Demorest, Bill Bjorness and Jared Fotis, the Orange are ready to make a push and improve on the 8th position achieved at the last World Championships.
I took on Brodie Merrill in the third installment of Connor Versus, and I actually won! How did I pull that off? Well, I challenged Brodie right after a Canada scrimmage/practice, totally sandbagged him, and only picked events that I thought I could win.
We are out in Denver, CO for the World Lacrosse Championships, and while we’re extremely busy getting Thailand ready for their first ever WLC appearance, we’re also all over the place, checking in with teams, watching practices, and scoping out all the fresh new gear.
Our second ever Stick Trick Saturday giveaway is here, but now it’s all about combos! Perform this combination with one added trick at the end for a chance to win some Adrenaline swag!
We’re back with another episode of #LaxHacks, and this time we’re talkin’ DEFENSE. Jeff explains how to make training nubs used to perfect defensive body positioning and footwork in just a few easy steps by recycling an old lacrosse shaft. Watch and learn!
Yoga. It used to be what you thought girls did instead of lifting weights, but it’s way more than that.
I was fortunate enough to be exposed to yoga at a young age when my mom dragged me to a class one Sunday morning in 7th grade. For the first 15 minutes, I could not stop laughing because I couldn’t take it seriously. I was immature, ignorant, and naïve.
Join us are we welcome Maverik’s newest innovation – The Optik Lacrosse Head. Featuring a lightweight design and level 2 bottom rall the Optik head is Made in the USA.
Recently Rochester native, Joe Walters, sent his unreleased Maverik Optik head to me and the guys at Throne of String for some tender loving care.
At this point last season, the Denver Outlaws had officially clinched a trip to Championship Weekend, leaving the remaining seven (well, six, to be honest – sorry Ohio) teams to duke it out for the remaining three spots. This year’s a bit different: not only are all playoff spots still available, but everyone still has a shot at the postseason.
Over the next few days, we’re shedding light on the best summer lacrosse tournaments in each region of the United States. We’ll break down the details of each tournament and tell you what you need to know. Next up: SOUTH.
David Higbee is the Executive Director for BRIDGE Lacrosse, a North Texas based non-profit dedicated to growing the game of lacrosse in urban environments.
We now know the 23 men who will represent Team USA at the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships this July in Denver, so it’s finally time to take a deeper look at USA Lacrosse, and their chances of repeating as World Champions.
After losing 12-10 to the ‘Bellies on June 18th, the Adanacs will be seeking revenge and looking to avoid being swept in the season series between the first and second place teams in the BCJALL. A win for New West will clinch them the regular season title and will mark the first time since 2008 Coquitlam will not finish with first place honors.
We are inching ever closer to the FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, and therefore it’s time for another Denver 2014 international lacrosse update! The games are only 11 days away! Rosters are being trimmed down to a final set of 23, numbers are being assigned, players are working harder than ever to prepare, and any fundraising effort that isn’t done already is nearing its final stages!
The New York Lizards hosted the Ohio Machine on Saturday and came out on top with a 19-13 victory.