Brunelle shares this week’s Top 10 Posts on the LAS Network and fills us in on what’s going on behind the scenes.
Stories about growing the sport of lacrosse and spreading the game to new areas. From beginners to professional players, anyone can #GrowTheGame!
Puppies are to lacrosse websites as birthday cakes are to lacrosse players from Louisiana. Brunelle fills you in on what we’ve got going behind the scenes.
Growing the game. It’s the cool thing to do. Miles Davis. Yatta.
Brunelle fills you in on what we’ve been doing behind the scenes.
One observation means nothing. Or does it?
The USA Starz Summer 2010 documentary has arrived.
A look at what Citylax is doing to grow the game in New York City schools.
Select photos from Lacrosse the Nations‘ recent trip to Nicaragua via singer-songwriter Kate Voegele. Plus news & notes as always!
For the second year in a row, Citylax has put on a great one day tournament out in Southampton, NY on Long Island to benefit their youth and high school programs. The tourney is relaxed, no true Champion is crowned and all of the proceeds go to spreading the game of lacrosse in historically underserved neighborhoods of NYC. Let’s check out the action…
Knox tells tales of the Red Dress Run and Boxla in New Orleans. Let’s all go down to Bourbon Street!
Quality promotional video from MetroLacrosse. Very well done.
A look at MCLAFan.com’s new summer content series. Plus news & notes as always.
Lax is heating up in Corpus Christi, TX thanks to a new club team in town. Plus news & notes as always.
Weekend recap LAS-style, including some key takeaways from our end of the spectrum. Plus news & notes as always. Do it to it!
‘City Lax: An Urban Lacrosse Story’, which documents the use of lacrosse to help inner city kids in Denver, airs Saturday at 11 p.m. on ESPNU. Plus news & notes as always.
Today marks the first day we revisit The Joenandez Files. Read this article about how to grow the game and tell us you’re not satisfied. Good. Now go do something about it!
The 2010 Mayor’s Cup of Lacrosse in NYC is in the books. Our intrepid reporter, Connor Wilson, headed out to Randall’s Island to volunteer and take in the action. He was not disappointed.
When the World Wide Leader has your back then you know you have it made. Why ESPN is banking on lacrosse to succeed.
Our newest SoCal corespondent, who now goes by the name Middie D, reflects on his first posts on LAS and his new plan of attack. Get busy blogging, or get busy dying.
With all the recent talk of the National Lacrosse Convention going around, here at lacrossefire headquarters, we thought we’d rewind things a bit and share some thoughts about the 2009 California Lacrosse Convention.