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Today we welcome back JR Oreskovich for his final installment on the USIL (US Indoor Lacrosse) Combine. Yesterday was a lot of running and today’s action focuses on the actual playing.
After a full day of travel, JR Oreskovich got to PA, met up with a long-time friend and got his mind right for the upcoming indoor lacrosse combine. Below you can find the first day recap which includes a breakdown of top speed and strength testers (where JR did very well it seems!). After that, there was more running, some playing (which included a lot more running) and then more running. Sounds like a tough intro to box lacrosse but…
In an LaxAllStars exclusive series we’ll be providing on-the-ground perspective from recent Stevens Tech grad, JR Oreskovich as he competes in the US Indoor Lacrosse combine. The best players get a shot at making a splash in the fast paced box lacrosse universe. Get the scoop in this first installment.
Connor Wilson has all the lax news you need in this hard hitting recap of everything lacrosse. What’s going on the lax world? Get in the know using Lax Link-O-Rama as your guide.
Max Seibald has had one helluva year. Think about it – the Tewaaraton award, NCAA finals, pro lacrosse… and that all happened in the last 6 months!
Johnny Christmas has dedicated himself to giving the gift of lacrosse through LEAPS, his non-profit program. Recently, he was featured on a local Philadelphia news channel. We’ve got the video after the jump.
DB’s, WR’s, RB’s. It’s their versatility that matters. They’ve got to be reactive athletes. Which NFL players would transfer over to midfield with ease?
Sibling rivalry is probably the first really passionate competition many of us ever engage in and every sport is full of little brothers just trying to prove they belong.
Toronto Nationals goalie Brett Queener takes us on a tour of his summer home in New York.
The New York Titans are leaving town for greener pastures and other thoughts on the NLL’s logo and possible nerd appeal.
We’ve built a list of all the Professional Lacrosse Players on Twitter. 27 and counting. Got one? Throw it in the comments section.
QB’s, RB’s, TE’s, WR’s. They say the best athletes can easily adapt, so clearly a few of these guys could roll d-poles and pick corners. And no, Tom Brady is NOT #1.
There is always a lot going on in the lacrosse world. This post o’ links will put it all at the tips of your fingers with just one click!
“Back to school. Back to school, to prove to Dad that I’m not a fool. I got my lunch packed up, my boots tied tight, I hope I don’t get in a fight.” That’s right. Connor Wilson is here to get you caught up on all the lax news going on as fall ball arrives.
DB’s, LB’s, D-Ends. Would these players change the game? One thing’s guaranteed: it would be fun as hell to watch ‘em go to work with a pole. All you attackmen better brace yourselves.
Thank God football is back. Fall ball is starting up soon. 412 is in the house. Good week guys, good week. Let’s reminisce. Enter The Spoon Feed, baby. You gonna diiie!
Grab a snack and some liquids because our own lax guru Connor Wilson has taken a look at every single category for the 2009 “Laxies” and made his own predictions. There might not be a more comprehensive review of 2009 anywhere. Roll out the red carpet, Lax Nation, because we’re crowning the All Stars from all levels of lacrosse.
We all know that lacrosse is hardcore but Lacrosse All Stars wants to see your photographic evidence of bad-assery. Gaudet has some photos to get us started so get ready and Show Us Your Battle Scar, Lax Nation!
Every lacrosse player can appreciate Brett Hughes’ style. From on the field with the Denver Outlaws to his work with ESPN Rise to founding Lacrosse the Nations, his drive and dedication to the sport is unyielding. We talked with Brett and got to know him, so you can get to know him. Check it.