Guided by the leadership of its Sports Science and Safety Committee, US Lacrosse is providing nearly $78,000 of its $185,000 annual research budget to support three studies during its first funding cycle for 2014. Additional funding grants are expected to be announced in coming months as the national governing body fulfills its research budget for the year.
Officials and parents from the Stonington Seals youth lacrosse program are criticizing plans by the town to charge their players and those on other youth teams to use the town’s athletic fields, some of which have recently been renovated at a cost of $2.8 million.
The lacrosse world will turn it’s eyes to Denver this summer, when national teams from 38 countries descend on the Rockies for the FIL World Lacrosse Championships. Sharing the field with guys like Paul Rabil, Ned Crotty and Max Seibald will be a somewhat less familiar name, unless you follow the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference’s Division II.
Colton Raichl of Lacrosse All Stars is making you do a Double Take for this week’s take on Stick Trick Saturday.
Gordon Corsetti and Mark Donahue team up to bring back the popular “Ask a Ref” series. Today, the refs are here to address the 2014 rule changes for boys lacrosse.
Welcome back to End Caps, a weekly review from the mind of Mark Donahue. Check out the new and improved Markbuster Videos, LAS RAW and more…(02/21/14)
Of course the big news last week was that Adrenaline and LXM PRO had reached an agreement with Major League Lacrosse. There was a wide range of reactions to this, though the majority of people seem excited about the potential this deal has for impacting the growth of the game. Greg “Beast” Gurenlian, one of MLL’s best face-off men, had this hilarious comment about the MLL and LXM deal, and the possibility of Kyle Harrison’s return to the MLL.
Colton Raichl of Lacrosse All Stars is mixing it up with the Criss Cross in this week’s take on Stick Trick Saturday (02/15/2014).
The series is designed to be an inspirational guide for lacrosse players to get used to the properties of their own stick. Tricks are not just to show off but to develop a better relationship between the player and his crosse.
Gordon Corsetti and Mark Donahue team up to bring back the popular “Ask a Ref” series. The guys are here to address questions, comments, and concerns about the rules of lacrosse. It’s an open forum, so ask away!
Welcome back to End Caps, a weekly review from the mind of Mark Donahue. Check out the new and improved Markbuster Videos, LAS RAW and more…(02/14/14)
End Caps, a weekly review from the mind of Mark Donahue. Every weekend he will refresh your memory on what happened over the last 7 or so days. Lacrosse news and junk from the world around us! This week: Casey Powell and more (02/07/2014)
We know you need to pick up some new gear before the season starts. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered!
While nobody on the team quite knew how to handle a gay player when Richards came out, the entire Kenyon lacrosse team now again calls him their lax bro.
It’s Tuesday, the week is out of the gates, and it’s starting to smell like lax season! I hope everyone enjoyed their MLK holiday, whether they had the day off or not. Props to Michael Allen for hitting you with a profound and quality Music Monday to remember Dr. King.
We’re back with the Alphabetical 2014 NCAA D1 Previews! Like last year, we’ll go through all of the D1 men’s teams for 2014 (there are 67 this year!) and we are now moving on to the Duke Blue Devils, located in Durham, NC.
While at the 2014 US Lacrosse convention, we took in a lot of lacrosse knowledge that we would love to share with you.
Watch as Dave Pietramala, head coach of the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team, breaks down what he refers to as “The 3v2 Johns Hopkins Challenge”
While at the 2014 US Lacrosse convention, we took in a lot of lacrosse knowledge that we would love to share with you. Watch as Dave Pietramala, head coach of the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team elaborates on the importance of building stick skills.
It happened in 1992. Princeton just won the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. In this picture you will find three (3) very high-profile names in lacrosse. All captured in one moment.