Interviews with lacrosse players, coaches and community leaders. We'll talk to anyone with a unique perspective on the game of lax!
A couple weeks ago Kyle Harrison made his way to the home of Lacrosse All Stars, Boise, Idaho. Kyle hosted three shooting clinics for youth and high school lacrosse players, and we were lucky enough to grab a few minutes of his time.
With Rob Pannell getting drafted in NLL, signing with StringKing, making the cut for Team USA (so far), and signing with Brine, he has been a busy man! The guys over at StringKing sat down with Rob to talk about it all, and we're loving this in-depth conversation.
You might not be one of the best 95 lacrosse players in the US (I'm certainly not), but Greg Gurenlian is, and he's sharing an in-depth perspective on the US National Team tryouts, held in Late August.
HUGE thanks to Xander for the in-depth answers to our questions about Adrenaline! If you're a small business owner or operator in the lacrosse space, this is a must read!
Connor Wilson spoke with Mike Levin, the Executive Director of MetroLacrosse, and a former MLL player, about the current state of the organization, and Mike provided a wealth of knowledge and information. Their conversation is inside.
Rob Pannell has signed a five year deal with Brine, and this lengthy contract should help keep Rob going in lacrosse full-time for the foreseeable future. We spoke with Rob about the deal, what it means to him, and why he chose to go with Brine.
In Sean Christman's past work for LAS, he has written about Division 3 NCAA lacrosse and the MLL. However, this piece is entirely different. When looking through the Lehigh senior night program, Sean saw something that caught his eye. Senior midfielder Kyle Stiefel was trying out for the Israeli national team.
As we follow the New Jersey Riot 2016 team, and update you on their first hand experiences at camps, tournaments, and other events in the club lacrosse scene, we will also introduce you to some of their players via interviews. We want to know how potential college players think nowadays, and there is no better way to get informed than by talking to the players of today!