With an Ivy League title in mind, the Brown Bears are ready to take it to 2010. Today’s Fireside Chat is with Rob Schlesinger, one of the most tenacious offensive players on the squad. Check out some serious highlights and find out what he and the Bears are looking forward to this season.
Interviews with lacrosse players, coaches and community leaders. We’ll talk to anyone with a unique perspective on the game of lax!
What is the purpose of LXM PRO? What are the goals? Who’s behind it? Why should we care? These were the simple questions I was hoping to get answers to when I sat down to speak with LXM PRO founders Scott Hochstadt and Xander Ritz on Sunday afternoon.
The latest installment of the Fireside Chat series brings Brooks Singer, Head Coach of the Catholic University of America Cardinals, to The Villa for a chat about what it’s like to be a grown up in the lacrosse world.
All the way from Perth to College Park. In this edition of the Fireside Chat we talked with senior middie Adam Sear about the upcoming season, his favorite place to play, and predictions on who will win the title in 2010.
Of the 213 schools in the MCLA, 212 of them are located in the United States. Simon Fraser University is the outlier. We talked with junior attackman Adam Foss about the upcoming season, teammates to watch, and the Clan’s biggest rival.
Chapman University’s Connor Martin and Andrew Clayton talk about the team, fall ball, life on the Chapman campus and the upcoming LXMPRO event.
Wesleyan attackman Jon Killeen talks pregame rituals, 2010 NCAA title predictions, music, and teams goals.
Arizona sophomore Matt Hickerson fills us in on tryouts, the spring 2010 schedule and what it’s like having legendary coach Mickey-Miles Felton back on board with the Laxcats.
From undersized attackman to stud defender… The Fireside Chat series continues with BYU senior captain Dan Crawforth.
Welcome to the 4th edition of ‘Take 5 With Kyle Harrison’. Each week we dish Kyle a new topic, challenging him to pick his Top 5. This week: Best Places To Lax…
The Fireside Chat series takes off with a great interview by Connor Wilson. Check out his conversation with Onondaga frosh Daniel Shields!
Julian Watts has excelled at every defensive position on the lacrosse field. We sat down with the Hofstra grad to ask some questions about playing d-middie in the MLL and get some good leads for Fantasy Football.
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.
Maybe it’s the pockets. Maybe it’s the flashy jerseys. Over the past few years LacrosseWear has become a true leader in the uni department. We sat down the Founder of LW to learn how it all started and find out where he thinks this great sport is headed.
Max Seibald has had one helluva year. Think about it – the Tewaaraton award, NCAA finals, pro lacrosse… and that all happened in the last 6 months!
If you haven’t heard of Lax Wraps yet, you probably will soon. The product allows a player to completely customize their shaft. Think Fathead, but for your stick.
Every lacrosse player can appreciate Brett Hughes’ style. From on the field with the Denver Outlaws to his work with ESPN Rise to founding Lacrosse the Nations, his drive and dedication to the sport is unyielding. We talked with Brett and got to know him, so you can get to know him. Check it.
If you haven’t heard of FanFeedr yet, you will. And you thought watching Sportscenter every night was the best place to get sports news…
A good friend of Lax All Stars’ is moving into the NCAA coaching ranks this upcoming season. His name is John Wright and beginning this week, he is officially on staff as an assistant coach at Pfeiffer University. Lucky for LAS, we get to follow him along as he to takes on this new challenge.
Two years after leading the Oregon Ducks to the MCLA National Championship game, Joe Kerwin has taken the helm once again. This time, he’s in Eugene to stay, he wants to bring the Ducks program back to the top, and he wants to help the MCLA grow.