We are out in Denver, CO for the World Lacrosse Championships, and while we’re extremely busy getting Thailand ready for their first ever WLC appearance, we’re also all over the place, checking in with teams, watching practices, and scoping out all the fresh new gear.
Lacrosse isn’t just growing in the United States, it’s exploding across the World. The game is now played on 6 of 7 continents. This is where you’ll find International Lacrosse news and coverage from around the globe.
Thumbing through social media sites, I’ve found a ton of sick international gear to show anyone who hasn’t seen it. We arrive in Denver Tuesday night, so after then we won’t have to turn to social media anymore for sneak peeks!
John Grant Jr. is beyond devastated regarding his removal from Team Canada as the FIL World Lacrosse Championships approach.
Just in time for America Day, the US Lacrosse Facebook page has been releasing these killer promo peeks at Team USA’s 23-Man roster for the World Lacrosse Championships this month.
The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) announced today that forward John Grant Jr. will not be playing for Canada in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Lacrosse Championships that begin next week in Denver, Colorado. He will be joining Coach Randy Mearns’ staff on the sidelines to help Canada win its third World Championship and will be replaced on the 23-man roster by Burlington, Ontario native Jordan MacIntosh.
Today, Thailand had its first practice in Peter Barton Stadium on the University of Denver. The team worked hard in the hot sun, with many of the guys playing together for the first time.
What goes in to making a trip to the World Lacrosse Championships successful? You have to do a lot of work leading up to the event, and then you need to make that final push in the final two weeks. There are a lot of different ways to do this, and how you decide to tackle last minute issues can make all the difference in the world.
We now know the 23 men who will represent Team USA at the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships this July in Denver, so it’s finally time to take a deeper look at USA Lacrosse, and their chances of repeating as World Champions.
ESPN Player, the live and on-demand sports streaming service, is launching a brand new channel to cover the World Lacrosse Championships held July 11-20 in Denver, Colorado for Europe.
We are inching ever closer to the FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, and therefore it’s time for another Denver 2014 international lacrosse update! The games are only 11 days away! Rosters are being trimmed down to a final set of 23, numbers are being assigned, players are working harder than ever to prepare, and any fundraising effort that isn’t done already is nearing its final stages!
After a tryout process that included 98 players and spanned 11 months, US Lacrosse has named the Team USA final 23-man roster for the FIL World Championship.
US Lacrosse today announced it has signed Coaches Aid as a web streaming partner for the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship.
Last night’s All-Star Game for Major League Lacrosse was a low scoring event, but nonetheless spectacular and memorable. 10,327 fans packed historic Harvard Stadium from far and wide to catch a glimpse of Team USA on their road to Denver. The game was a low scoring affair, but that was almost to be expected when playing international rules and when one team is seriously gearing up for the World Stage. The final score was 10-9 in favor of the USA, but the game didn’t appear to be going their way the entire tome.
Editor’s Note: Our Aussie friend Shendelle Oliver dropped us a line to fill us in on what’s goin’ on Down Under and what the final preparations are looking like as the Australian lacrosse team prepares for the 2014 World Lacrosse Championship in Denver. The history of the game of lacrosse tells the story that the […]
The Israel Lacrosse family headed to Tel Aviv to break the Guinness World Records for the Largest Shabbat Dinner.