The big debate surrounding box lacrosse vs field, indoor vs outdoor, is finally settled! There is ONE clear winner here.
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.
Each week we feature a superb lacrosse photo from one lucky LAS reader. This week we feature a shot from the recent Thailand – Hong Kong game and it’s only the tip of the iceberg!
The Australian Men’s Lacrosse Squad is taking a new approach to the World Championships in 2014 in Denver, and their goal is to WIN!
We publish a fantastic photo every Friday, and if you drop the best Photo Caption in the comments section of this post, we hook you up with sweet LAS gear from the Lacrosse Shop!
The Deutschland Adler Lacrosse Club won the 2012 ELL Championship with big hits, teamwork and much needed goals! Here is a video example of all three!
A full report from Deutschland Adler on their first season in the European Lacrosse League. The DALC came, they saw, and they conquered. It was a first season for the record books!
Lombok Island in Indonesia is trying to host the Lombok Lax Series, and they need teams. Who is interested in Growing the Game?
Princeton’s Tom Schreiber spent some time in Uganda with Fields of Growth and he came back a changed man. Read Tom’s thoughts on living life, and loving lacrosse, in Africa.
The European Lacrosse League Championships have been settled. Year 2 of the box league in Europe has been won by the Deutschland Adler LC, an expansion team! Congrats DALC!
The Singha Battles in Bangkok is a one day FIL-sanctioned tourney in Thailand, and for Connor Wilson, it represents the future of international lacrosse growth and improvement.
The 2012 Bowhunter Cup is over and done, made for a GREAT game, and now you can own a jersey AND support a national box lacrosse program! Not a bad deal at all!
Western Australia and South Australia each won a National Championship this past weekend in Perth. We’ve got the details from both the men’s and women’s sides.
The third, and final, regular season European Lacrosse League tournament is in the books and it was chock full of surprises and tough, close games. Grow The Game in Europe with the ELL!
Keio University (Japan) continues their US tour with a fall ball scrimmage against Towson, which the Tigers won 11-4. Growing The Game during fall ball!
We’re back with another lacrosse update from Australia! We have champions to announce, fairest and best award winners, Aussie box lacrosse, and how YOU can play lax in Australia!
The Uganda Lacrosse Union will be profiling an up and coming ULU player each Friday, and in this Friday Profile we get to know Yunus “Brian” Tukire, a future star, just a little bit better!
A strong argument can be made for John Grant Jr. being the best player in the world right now, but can you call him the best lacrosse player ever? That seems like a big step!
The second tournament of the ELL’s 2012 season kicks off this weekend in Berlin, Germany! First year club Deutschland Adler hosts the event and hopes to improve on their third place showing in tournament #1!
Team USA and the Iroquois Nationals head to Syracuse in two weeks for the annual Bowhunter Cup. It’s box lacrosse at its finest! Connor breaks down the rosters and previews the event.
We’re not entirely sure what is going on in this photo from Mexico, but we do know that it is our Photo of the Week! Showing off great lacrosse photos, it’s what the PotW does!