Exclusive interview with Steve Stenerson, CEO of US Lacrosse, the governing body of the sport in the United States, about the current state of the game and where we’re headed from here. Mr. Stenerson shares his perspective on a variety of trends and issues in the game.
While at the Saratoga Springs Lacrosse Shootout in July, I got the opportunity to witness all three Powell brothers reunited and ready to put on a show. For the first time in nearly 6 years, Casey, Ryan, and Mike hosted “The Powell Hour” in front of a few hundred of Upstate New York’s most passionate […]
Greg Gurenlian drops knowledge on us when it comes to selecting the best head for taking face offs. He’s got no brand bias, and gives you the two KEY characteristics you want in any head, if you want to be dominant at the X…
While visiting Boise, Idaho, Kyle Harrison spent time teaching local lacrosse players how to appropriately and efficiently shoot the ball while starting with the stick head low and finishing with the ball hitting the top of the net.
I caught up with Greg Gurenlian the other week to cover Team USA tryouts and his Face Off Academy camps and clinics. I also asked Greg to demonstrate the perfect pinch’n’pop face off move, and the Beast delivered, so much so that I think I could actually win a face off using this technique now.
With September being the national month for Lyphoma Awareness, Leukemia Awareness, National Prostate Cancer Awareness, and many other unfortunate illnesses, my challenge to you is to take some time out of your “offseason” to donate something to those in need.
Lacrosse is the Creator’s Game. There is so much more to it than X’s and O’s, and literally anyone can play. Every player, at some point, gets their own chance to create.
Chazz Woodson has made the SportsCenter Top 10 more times than any other professional athlete in our sport. Some even consider him to be the most electrifying player in the history of the game.
It’s never too late to put a lacrosse stick in someone’s hands, or to flip a game on TV to introduce them to the sport.
The next 400 paying members receive a $25 Gift Card from the world’s leader in lacrosse equipment.
Despite a few obstacles last week (thanks for hanging in there!), we are amped to tackle the week ahead and know that we will be delivering a wonderful offering of lacrosse to all of our loyal All Stars out there.
Syracuse lacrosse legend Ryan Powell explains to youth and high school athletes what it takes to become the best lacrosse player on the field.
Casey Powell shares a little something Gary Gait taught him with youth and high school lacrosse players at the first annual Saratoga Springs Lacrosse Shootout in Upstate New York.
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