The 2014 induction class for the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame has been approved by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors. This year’s eight-person class will be officially inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 25, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md.
Lacrosse isn’t just a game, it’s a lifestyle. Catch up on what’s cool here, and live the lax lifestyle everyday.
The time has finally come for us to announce the winners of the first annual Best Bucket Awards. Come on in and meet our judges, and see which buckets they chose. You won’t believe your eyes!
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! An Excerpt from Jay Bilas’ book, Toughness In metallurgy – the science of metallic elements – toughness is a measure of how much energy a material can absorb before rupturing. Scientists have devised ways to measure a metal’s toughness through lab impact tests, such as swinging a hammer from a […]
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Happy Monday! Happy belief systems are fluid and evolutionary… But it’s not about your beliefs. It’s about how you life. Do you have enough conviction to live your beliefs? I don’t hold all of the exact same beliefs, today, in the exact same manner that I held them 10 or […]
Since it is finals week up here in Moscow (and many other schools in the States and Canada) I thought for this week, it would be appropriate for the trick to be named: The Final Exam.
Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen! I like this statement. And if it holds true in basketball, it should also hold true in life. In fact, We could almost think of each finger as a separate component of or person on the team. Do you have each of those 5 people accounted for on your “team,” and […]
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! Today’s words find their origins in Bill Withers’ 1972 single, “Lean on Me.”
The anchors of The GREAT Life are GRATITUDE and TEAM-FIRST (or selflessness). Both require the maintenance of an attitude that is not only positive, but bigger than the moment. That’s why it’s possible to be grateful for the situation that seems to be less than favorable.
I was scrolling through Instagram today (Mother’s Day) and I noticed a common trend amongst the people I follow, particularly pro lacrosse players. Everyone loves to post pics of themselves alongside their mothers!
Providing a weekly rundown of the most interesting things that recently happened in the whole wide world of lacrosse, Crosse Clicks is to the lacrosse enthusiast as SparkNotes is to the above-average student! Let’s take a look at how specialization in lacrosse is destroying our game…
The playoff push is meant for you to incorporate wall ball into your stick trick routine. When every game is a win or go home game in the playoffs you will need that extra edge to make a game changing play. Working with the wall, play wall ball only using the sidewall of your stick […]
In sports and in life, the way we start is extremely important. In may ways, it dictates our future.
Markbuster Videos! Markbuster Videos, there’s always next year… Ever since I started playing box lacrosse years ago, it’s been a life mission of mine to get to the Ales Hrebesky Memorial Tournament over in the Czech Republic. Among many things, I am jealous that Connor gets to head across the pond to ball out in Radotin […]
I watched Kevin Durant’s MVP acceptance speech this morning. The thing that was most evident to me – and I’m sure anyone else that watched it – was the free flowing and genuine emotion, and love that he had for each and every person about whom he spoke.
Stylin’ Strings is in the hunt for an intern for the summer of 2014!