I don’t know about you, but I am beyond excited for the FIL World Championships this Summer in Denver. 38 teams from around the world will descend on Colorado for two weeks of lacrosse action, and by the end of the third week in July we’ll have a new World Champ! Will it be the US? Canada? Will the Iroquois surpass everyone? Whatever happens, it’s going to be superb.
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.
Know anything about lacrosse in Puerto Rico? That’s the question this week’s forum member member has posed for LAS Community.
Who is Kevin Leveille? According to Quint, Carc, and Eamon, he’s the best American inside finisher ever, and Connor Wilson agrees. I agree too, and I think University of Michigan Assistant Coach Ryan Danehy feels the same way.
After a month off, TLS is back with a vengeance. Connor talks to two prime time guests in Kyle Sweeney and Drew Adams, and they talk about NLL, MLL, the upcoming college season, Tewaaraton favorites, US team tryouts, and more. Future versions of The Lacrosse Show will be airing on Wednesdays now, so keep an eye peeled to our YouTube channel!
This is a open letter from Morgan Crutchfield, editor of The Source e-magazine, to the US Men’s National Team. She originally authored this post on DVCCentral.com.
Lacrosse people are opinionated, and this is true when it comes to fans, writers, and yes, even TV announcers. Quint Kessenich (I’m a big fan!), Paul Carcaterra, and Eamon McAnaney do a great job with broadcasts, but they also say some rather interesting things from time to time, and here is where we sift through it all to find the hidden gems, and potentially missed points!
Johnny Christmas gives advice to a Ugandan lacrosse player on how to be a great defender.
After watching the Team USA Blue-White scrimmage a couple of times now, I’m starting to overanalyze the 23-man selections I made before the weekend, so here is my updated team, based SOLELY on the action we saw on Sunday. It’s definitely a different list than what I came up with on Thursday!
Turkey National Lacrosse Team Adopts Guardian Caps Technology
The rosters have been set for the Blue and White squads at the ninth annual Champion Challenge, which takes place on January 26th at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. US Lacrosse puts on the annual event and the Blue-White scrimmage action will be the final piece of evaluation […]
Austin Colish recently took a trip down to Costa Rica to check out the lacrosse scene and to help Grow the Game. Learn more about Austin’s trip to spread knowledge of the game he loves.
The Italian National team has set up a fundraising campaign in order to gather the much needed funds to cover travel and lodging costs in relation to Denver 2014. They can use all the help they can get to make the dream a reality, and to make sure the trip goes off without a hitch. A team can play at a much higher level when they don’t have to worry about outside factors, like finances.
Well, we brought in the new year and said good bye to the year last and now it is time to focus on the upcoming season of lacrosse!! Many major events are taking place such as the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships, the NCAA season and of course, the Turkey Lacrosse Open 2014(TLO14). Mark the dates- September 1st through September 7th, 2014.
Payu’s Sunday quick update on what’s goin’ on with Thailand lacrosse.