If you are a gear-head like myself, you will have noticed the latest top string trend sweeping the nation: The Chenango Top String! As far as we can tell, this top string was first created by Syracuse player Matt Pratt in his attempt to deal with and alter the four inch shooting string rule.
NCAA, MCLA, NFHS, and other stringing rule sets that govern how a lacrosse stick can be strung and what makes a pocket legal.
After this last weekend’s MLL games, a knowledgeable little bird hit me up on Twitter, and told me to look closely at the Denver – New York highlights. Someone in the MLL might be using a pull string!
When James Pannell wasn’t coaching kids, or playing a vicious game of P-I-G against his brother, Rob, he was getting peppered by questions from yours truly. This time around I asked James about his custom UVA dye, his pocket, and how he and his classmates adjusted to the new college rules, including the 2010 heads, and 2013 stringing rules.
This week’s Thursday Traditional covers shooting string theory in traditional pockets using a new traditionally strung pocket for the one and only Jonny Namer.
After watching the US – Loyola game, CW has some realizations about the 2013 Rule Changes, and how they should truly impact college lacrosse this year.
Justin Skaggs of Stylin’ Strings Lacrosse is back on LAS with a fully developed updated on the new shooting string rule, and some handy diagrams that show how it all works!
The 2013 Rule Changes seem to be crystalizing and coming into their final form. Connor Wilson compiles all of the updated rules into one post, in one place.
The Lacrosse Show is back with an update on the 2013 Rule Changes as they relate to stringing sticks. Connor shows you what will work, what won’t and predicts we’ll see more traditional! And soft mesh?
The Lacrosse Show is back and this week’s episode features Connor Wilson addressing the proposed lacrosse stick rule changes for 2013. Are they really that bad? Connor investigates with science!