Connor Wilson was up at Wesleyan on Saturday to watch his Cardinals take on the Middlebury Panthers. Wesleyan escaped with a 1 goal OT win that catapulted them into the Top 15, as they were unranked the week before. 2011 is getting interesting!
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This may be the single most impressive STX stick collection of all time. Australian lax legend, Matt Schomburg, shows off his crazy collection of heads and sticks. And… it’s making us thirsty for lax gear.
Denver has new helmets. Yes, the Denver Pioneers have brand spanking new custom Warrior TII Lacrosse helmets. Denver is doing lax right, my man! These are BOTH something beyond special. One-of-a-kinders!
ConnorWilsonLAS’ March Madness bracket, Syracuse Lacrosse players wearing football eye shields/visors, plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning cup of joe.
Connor Wilson is on a short vacation, returning soon. However, he was more than happy to take a quick break and talk about this weekend’s lacrosse action! Why? Because he loves lax! Duh!
Maverik Lacrosse and Graph-Tex have teamed up to create a glove to benefit Breast Cancer Research. The news was released yesterday, but we’ve got more photos and commentary than anyone else. This is simply a project that deserved a little more detailed attention than just pasting up a Press Release!
I’ve gotten requests for dye jobs and traditional string jobs. Lots of them. But I have to be selective because I don’t have that much time. This most recent creation is for Gabe Kelley of Wesleyan and this All-American is lucking out with a sweet dye and a sweet string job. It’s on!
The Ice Box is back with a special custom team order of cleats of turfs for Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse. These are some special shoes/boots/kicks/whatever you want to call them. Come on in and take a gander, eh? But leave my goose alone.
Michael Gialanella is back with another out of this world dye job. This time he’s doing a goalie’s lax head for his HS friend, Eli, down in North Carolina. Kid can ball. Now he has a baller’s stick. I don’t think there’s a better amateur dye master out there! Connor Wilson doesn’t come close!
Connor has been feeling the Lacrosse Drop love lately. He just can’t stop with these things. Since there’s so much lax to talk about, we’ll let him continue to create super posts. After all, LAS is for the children. We’ll start with highlights and move quickly to headshots. Not cool.
Jimmy Ciccone is back with a super helpful DIY tip on how to get a couple more years out of those great gloves you’ve got, that just happen to have worn out palms. When you love something, merely get the leather replaced. Don’t let it go!
You knew it was only a matter of time before someone came out with a lacrosse related Charlie Sheen T-shirt or shorts. Well, Streaker Sports is the first to the line and they’ve got a great throwback T to offer up. What do you guys think?
The Lacrosse Drops have stopped dropping. Until now. They’ll redrop every once in a while so enjoy them while you can. We’re rationing. No we’re not. This isn’t the Oregon Trail. It’s Lax season.
Nothing makes Thursday go a little faster than an old school lax bucket pic. Fire up the way-back machine because we’re going OG up in here.
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Sneakers, sneakers everywhere. Lacrosse players sure do love their sneakers. I feel like it’s mostly a Nike sport though. Well get on the Reebok train. The Pumps are excellent this time of year.
An exclusive look at the new LAS Wood Shafts by Blue Magic Lacrosse. These guys don’t mess around!
Rob McQuade sits down with an Asics Lacrosse representative to discuss Asics’ entry into the American Lacrosse market. What do you think? Can Asics make a dent? Do you like their cleats? Kind of snazzy, right? We’d rock ‘em.
Did you know that lacrosse stick stringing materials vary greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer and store to store? Do you know how much this can affect your game? Josh Rottman has the answers so read on and become a better stringer.