This week’s photo showcases a goalie doing damage outside of his domain.
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The 4th ranked Spartans show why they’re a contender for the ‘ship this season.
Shawnee Mission East gets the top spot in the LAKC.
Show Me Lax talks with Rockhurst Jesuit Head Coach Tim Reidy about the Hawklets upcoming season.
Every year, the organizers behind the Patriot Cup treat the folks in Texas to a day full of high-level lacrosse excitement; 2013 was no different…
MICDS Takes Top Nod From Coaches.
I’ve seen my fair share of lacrosse fights, and I know (from personal experience) that games can get out of hand quickly. But the fight that transpires below is really leaving me scratching my head in a big way, because SO MUCH goes wrong, and in such a short period of time.
Show Me Lax talks with SLUH Head Coach Mark Seyer about the Junior Billikens’ upcoming season
With new rules being put in place to regulate the length of shooters, how far down they can be, and if the ball will roll out, I think it’s time we take a look at the bigger issue – the stick itself.
Over the next three years we’ll be following the NJ Riot 2016 club team. We’re interested to see how this one-off (at least for now) program can maneuver the club/travel team circuit, where their players end up, and any best practices that they learn during the course of their time together. Hopefully, these posts will […]
In the third installment of our series, Show Me Lax talks with the Springfield (MO) Kings about their upcoming season
Show Me Lax talks with Titan Head Coach Eric Koford about his 2013 Lee’s Summit West team.
Two annual tournaments that precede the regular season in Texas are the Jesuit Lacrosse Invitational and the Woodlands Mudslinger. Each tournament has its own feel, drawing from a variety of different programs from all over the State. Each gives us an opportunity to catch up on several squads at once while providing the teams with the opportunity to finally compete against someone else.