Last weekend, the 2014 Shootout For Soldiers’ 24 hours of lacrosse game held in Baltimore, Maryland took place in order to raise money and awareness for various veteran help organizations.
Lacrosse isn’t just a game, it’s a lifestyle. Catch up on what’s cool here, and live the lax lifestyle everyday.
This one is for the defenders out there! Everyone needs stick skills and it is about time I showed some love to defense. So grab your pole, be careful not to knock some teeth out and try this one on for size D-poles!
The Face-Off Factory is midway through their 2014 summer tour. Find out who they are and why they do what they do!
In very small, but significant ways, make today about other people. Find somebody to compliment. Find somebody to help. Find somebody to hold a door open for. Find somebody to hug. Find somebody to thank.
The West Linn Academy is what really started Rhino Lacrosse. This year was Rhino Lacrosse’s historic 10th annual West Linn Academy and Ryan Powell, owner of Rhino Lacrosse, had big plans for it. I personally was extremely excited to see what Rhino had up their sleeve and could pull out for this big event.
When all things are considered, privilege is not something that we can pretend we don’t have. It’s just a matter of how privileged are we compared to the next person. What advantages do I have that are available to me (for whatever reason) that are not available to the next person, and why aren’t they […]
It’s June 23rd already, which means just about half of 2014 has already passed us by. Many of us, back in late December or early January set goals for the year. Some of us set one or two goals, while others set numerous goals.
Stick Skills Saturday is back with a little something for the box player in you. The boys up North shed some knowledge on me about the saucer pass. I wouldn’t recommend trying this one around any windows, it gets a little reckless.
Welcome to Episode 1 of Connor Versus! In this series, Connor takes on professional lacrosse players in a couple of different competitions, and will mostly embarrass himself in the process. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to compete against the pros, this is pretty much it!
What type of verbal and non-verbal communication are you using or avoiding today?
Since my significant other is an English major, I tend to find myself in bookstores more often now than in years past. Short trips, vacations or just passing through, when the lady sees an unique or classic looking bookseller, we always stop to look for lost treasure. This time around, we were strolling through downtown […]
I received a text this morning. It was a picture of a bright, sunny, blue sky with the question “What could possibly go wrong on such a beautiful day?” This text was on the heels a of a very rough 2 days for this person.
Welcome back to another edition of #LaxHacks! Today Jeff Brunelle teaches you how to cut a lacrosse shaft correctly. Did you know that you can get two full-length attack shafts from cutting one longpole in half?
Disagreement is healthy. Arguing can be healthy. Arguing with the intent of changing someone’s mind, or showing how “correct” we are, is often fruitless.
An unorthodox and new contribution to Harvard’s success came from athletics professional Dan Boyne, who for 28 years has directed the recreational sculling program in Weld Boathouse.