The BCJALL and LaxAllStars have teamed up to bring you the hottest content from one of the most competitive lacrosse leagues in the world. For the rest of the season, Matt Bailey of the Burnaby Lakers will be the main eyes and ears for Mark during the season since he’s got the first hand look. In Canada, the summer is box season, so let’s talk Jr. A…
With the World Championships just over a month away, it’s high time to start looking at some of the top contenders a lot deeper. While the US and Canada are still the clear cut favorites, and Australia has had a lock on the bronze (or silver) since the WLC inception in 1967, the Iroquois Lacrosse program seems to be putting forth a really competitive team for 2014, and we’re all curious to see if they can do better than a 4th place finish, which is their best finish ever at a world field lacrosse championship.
I used goalie leathers from Stick Doctor as my four leather runners. I used the original cat gut sidewall, and was even able to salvage original leather from the pocket to re-attach the cat gut to the wooden wall. I then used about 26 feet of cross lace to string the tight ten-diamond pocket.
Welcome to Throwback Thursday! In honor of the FIL World Championships kicking off on July 10th in Denver, CO we dug up a little video from the 2010 World Championships in Manchester, England, featuring the USA and Canada. Both teams read like a who’s who of lacrosse, and the goals scored were insane. There’s just no other way to score on defenses and goalies that good!
Things are starting to shake out in Major League Lacrosse! It’s a week 5 recap from the one and only Chris Rosenthall. New York, Ohio, Denver, and Rochester all picked up big wins!
The 2014 Rochester Knighthawks made history by becoming the first NLL team to ever 3-peat in the Champions Cup. We talked to Joe Walters about the organization’s monumental accomplishment.
The box lacrosse helmet and face mask/cage controversy is still running strong in Canada. What is legal, what is not, and why? Can anything be done to fix this serious problem?
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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. First up: NORTHEAST.
The Ohio Machine took on the Chesapeake Bayhawks, and earned a 15-11 win from the defending champs on the road in front of lively crowd on Saturday night. Chesapeake is now 1-4 on the year, and needs to find a way to get back to their winning ways. Ohio entered the game at 1-3 (like the Bayhawks) but moved to 2-3 with the big road W.
Boston and New York both entered Friday night’s contest with 2-2 records, and this was the first NY – Boston game of the year. On paper, this game promised to be tight and competitive, and in reality, it proved to be just that. The Lizards pulled out a hard-fought 11-10 win at home to jump above .500, and the Cannons fell to 2-3.
What follows is an unfiltered interview between Jeff Brunelle, CEO and Founder of Lacrosse All Stars, and Parker Anger, VP of Apparel & Branding at Adrenaline, about the growth of the brand and its remarkably popular Adrenaline lacrosse socks.
This week’s trick is all about honoring the back-to-back National Champions the Duke Blue Devils.
In order to keep the ball in-bounds and to give my team a better chance of gaining possession, I added the “Goose” to my skill set. This is a very simple but effective skill to add to your repertoire.
Check out the 2009 New York State Class C Championship video below and watch Lyle’s 23-0 Lafayette Lancers take on the 19-1 (and #3 seed) Manhasset Indians. Manhasset wins the game 16-11, and the Thompsons weren’t the only greats playing in this one!