MLL All-Star Kyle Harrison stopped by to talk about his taste in music and share a few of his favorite songs. On the list: Twista, Lil Scrappy, Billy Blue and more. Check it out!
Interviews with lacrosse players, coaches and community leaders. We’ll talk to anyone with a unique perspective on the game of lax!
We sat down with Paul Rabil to get an inside look at what life has been like in his rookie season, what he misses about college, the importance of flow, and what he enjoys most about running summer camps. Check it.
While at the Tahoe Lacrosse Tourney, the Lacrosse All Stars crew snagged an interview with Connor Martin, widely known across the interwebz as The Inventor of the Flow Bucket.
The 2009 MLL ALL-STAR GAME is tonight at 10PM ET on ESPN2 and the theme is “Old School VS. Young Guns”. But before we start predicting scores, let’s take a look at some behind-the-scenes action from the All-Star Party at Denver’s Hard Rock Cafe.
The Gotham Lacrosse league in New York City is easily one of the top summer leagues in the world. With 14 teams all stacked with talent and depth playing on 3 fields at 7pm and 830pm, the competition and skills pretty much as good as it gets until you hit the MLL.
Last week, Molly Gallagher from the NCAA Double-A Zone (Official blog of the NCAA) interviewed Bill Tierney about his decision to leave Princeton after 22 years and accept the head coaching job at University of Denver.
The MCLA has experienced a large amount of success over the last few seasons. From its appearances on CSTV to the creation of its own magazine, the “virtual-varsity” league has established itself as a legitimate option for lacrosse players coming out of high school.
10 Minutes with Oregon’s Captains: New year, new team, big season. The Oregon captains open up about BYU, their young team, new coaches, pump up songs & Valentine’s Day. #15 Jon Matusiefsky, #40 Will DeSiervo, #8 Cole “C-Murda” Magnuson, #23 Justin Blackmore
With the MCLA season already underway, the eyes of the lacrosse community now turn to the NCAA ranks, where the last pre-season scrimmages are taking place this weekend in preparation for the 2009 season. Today marks another step forward for LAS as we get an inside look from a very reputable D1 head coach…
Earlier this week, we shared our experience from “The Lacrosse Combine” and informed you about LacrosseRecruits.com, a great web service that’s all about getting high school kids to the next level. Today, we’re going to dive a little deeper into LacrosseRecruits.com.
The dream of playing Division 1 lacrosse is shared by thousands of youth and high school players across the nation. For some, the realization of that dream is simply a matter of hard work and dedication. Others, however, have had to sacrifice more than just their time. In a LacrosseAllStars Exclusive, we ask Deke about his journey and get some tips on how YOU can take your game to the next level.
The University of Washington Huskies have named Stew Kerns their new head coach for the 2009 season. Washington (7-6 in 2008) is an MCLA Division 1 team and a member of the Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League. Kerns will be replacing former head coach Fred Wilmot, who stepped down last summer after helping rebuild the program and leading the Huskies to their most successful season in 4 years. The Huskies made it to the PNCLL Semi-Finals last season, falling to…
As a program grows and evolves, so do the ways by which it judges its own success. While many first year lacrosse teams are satisfied with moral victories or pulling out a single win over the course of a season, more established programs will settle for nothing short of a state title. Travel programs are not immune from this progression, as can be seen by tracing the history of these clubs in the State of Idaho.
Greg Keyes didn’t know what he was getting himself in to when he attempted to start the state’s first travel organization. At the time, Idaho had only six boys high school lacrosse teams consisting of approximately 200 players. “I was totally clueless. I had no idea what we were going to run in to, and I honestly didn’t really know how bad we would be,” Keyes reflected. However, despite his insecurities about the kind of success they might experience on the field, Keyes led the inaugural Team Idaho U-17 lacrosse squad to the Vail Lacrosse Shootout in the summer of 2001.
His players were only able to secure one victory that summer, but managed to go toe-to-toe with a number of tough opponents from across the country, and everyone in the program praised the venture as a huge success.