Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, has named the University at Albany senior attackman and Iroquois Nationals All-World Team member Lyle Thompson its 2014 Person of the Year.
With less than 2 weeks until Thanksgiving and 3 weeks remaining in the competition, Lacrosse Mutache Madness stands just $27,000 away from hitting the $110,000 fundraising goal.
Week 3 is in the books and the campaign has already raised $55,000 shattering last year’s Week 3 total by over $19,000. Currently over 362 participants, representing over 52 fundraising teams are growing and many more are joining the Lax Stache Madness.
In this post, I’ll explain how a simple checklist for your equipment and your mind can help prepare you for the game ahead.
For a guy so accustomed to winning, lacrosse’s golden boy has little trouble seeing the silver lining that season-ending shoulder surgery will bring.
We’ve got Fall Ball Videos galore on this week’s Lacrosse Video Explosion! Whether it’s D1 or D3, men or women, 30 seconds or 7 minutes, we want to see fall ball videos, and we want to see as many of them as we can!
Some wisdom from Greg Gurenlian coming to you in this week’s Tweet of the Week!
Forearm and grip strength are often overlooked in a lacrosse athlete’s training plan—but definitely shouldn’t be. The muscles of the hand and forearm are the final point at which energy is transferred from your body into the stick.
This was the sixth year for the CityLax Southampton Shootout, which is a one day charity tournament organized to benefit CityLax. CityLax spreads, promotes, and supports the game of lacrosse in New York City public schools.
A closer look at week 13 immediately followed by what’s going down in week 14. It’s the extremely rare Major League Lacrosse Super Post from the one and only Chris Rosenthall!
Timo Samson brings you an update on the 2014 Den Haag Beach Lacrosse Tournament, which is held annually in the Netherlands. This is a great example of the lacrosse community growing in Europe, and a decade ago, this event did not exist.
What follows are photos from a friendly matchup between two U.S. Wheelchair lacrosse squads. It was an honor and a pure joy to watch these guys play the game we all love so much.
The past two days have been filled with lacrosse all day. On the 10th, our day was consumed with preparation for the opening ceremony. The FIL put on a great display of all 38 countries participating and made every team proud to recognize where they’re from. Following the ceremonies, the Chinese players studied the USA […]
Since my significant other is an English major, I tend to find myself in bookstores more often now than in years past. Short trips, vacations or just passing through, when the lady sees an unique or classic looking bookseller, we always stop to look for lost treasure. This time around, we were strolling through downtown […]
Since it is finals week up here in Moscow (and many other schools in the States and Canada) I thought for this week, it would be appropriate for the trick to be named: The Final Exam.