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Idaho high school goalie Michael Baker gives LAS the rundown on being the his State’s first ever Men’s Division 1 lacrosse commitment, how he was recruited from a small market, and of course…flow.
Ever choked away a W and wondered what the heck just happened? Sports researchers are trying to understand how we respond under pressure.
Every Saturday Connor Wilson has all the lax news you need in this hard hitting recap of everything that went on this past week. If you want to catch up on whats going on then you’re in luck because the Lax Link-O-Rama is the best the internet has to offer.
Uh oh. It’s like Tupac and Biggie. Oil and water. Crips and Bloods. East vs. West. Writer Maximizing Prophet thinks the West Coast can more than hang with the East Coast lacrosse hotbeds.
What’s it like to live the lax life both on and off the field? Preparing for the real world after college can be an adjustment. Our newest writer would like to take you on the journey.
DB’s, WR’s, RB’s. It’s their versatility that matters. They’ve got to be reactive athletes. Which NFL players would transfer over to midfield with ease?
Sibling rivalry is probably the first really passionate competition many of us ever engage in and every sport is full of little brothers just trying to prove they belong.
Missing summer tourney action? Get the lowdown on the inaugural Citylax Summer Shootout from Connor Wilson. Find out how Southampton Brewery Lacrosse Club fared and how it all went down out on the East End of Long Island.
The big three, Adidas, Nike and Reebok, are all getting into the lax game at a rapid pace. What strategies are they using to try to dominate the market?
After covering the recent CT SuperSophs recruiting showcase, I had a million questions running through my mind regarding lacrosse recruiting. I figured the best person to talk to was Chris Meade, my former teammate at Wesleyan University and Co-Founder of Lacrosse Recruits.
I recently saw an article in the Boston Lacrosse Examiner about the cross over from hockey to lacrosse. Anyone not very familiar with either sport would probably say “why not?” – I mean, they both have Canadians, sticks, and some brutal contact, right?
The inaugural CT Super Sophs Lacrosse Showcase was held this past Saturday at New Canaan High School. The event featured 120 of the top Rising Juniors [HS grads in 2011] from the great lax state of CT in a full day round robin capped by an All Star game.
Lacrosse may be the only sport where one of the tips for success in the summer is “Don’t only play lacrosse because college coaches want multi-sport athletes… don’t burn out on lacrosse…relax and enjoy the summer”. Also, what about the classy duds for these two stallions eh? Great thoughts from Quint on non-hotbed laxers and a stellar suit for both guys. Who’s suit was better, Quint’s bodacious beige bomber or Dixon’s classy MSNBC-esque attire? Even in the boiling summer heat…
A few weeks ago we featured a story on The Gilman School, congratulating them on their defacto national championship. NOT SO FAST GILMAN! Turns out Laxpower doesn’t want to give that title away so easily. Instead, they have thrown every team in to a theoretical 64 team tournament. How does one get in to this tournament? The champion from every state was given a birth, along with the remaining 24 highest ranked teams in LaxPower’s database. From there, each matchup…
I get emailed tips from time to time and one of the most recent emails had to do with the rules surrounding fighting in an Amateur Indoor Lacrosse League known as the MABLL. The Metro Area Box Lax League is probably the best amateur Box league this side of our neighbors to the North. It operates out of the DC area and if you go through their site you will see some pretty big names on the rosters. Most teams…
Laxpower recently posted the list of this year’s US Lacrosse’s All-American recipients, the highest individual award any high school player can achieve. That said, many of you don’t know how these guys are chosen. Recently I had the opportunity to take part in a high school All-American selection process, and I’ve recapped it in the form of an interview with myself.
After spending two of my last three weeks coaching for Lorne Smith at his Menlo College and University of Oregon lacrosse camps, I have come to a most wonderful conclusion: Lacrosse in the summer time brings out only the best qualities in coaches, players, fans and parents.
Comparing talent from different regions of the country is tricky business. However, if you’re an East Coaster looking to assert your area’s dominance you need not look further than the national U-19 tournament scene. Historically when the best from the east are pitted against the best of the west, the east generally comes out on top.
HD video online keeps getting better and better. Lax.com has highlights from the recent Under-Armour All-American game in crystal clear High Def. Regional teams competed and showed off their stuff with predictable results (read East Coast hotbeds still lax it up big time).