As we continue to shine a light on countries working diligently to grow the game, we now take a deeper look into lacrosse in Sweden. Below is our conversation with Tom Robson of Sweden Lacrosse. Sweden Lacrosse: Past, Present & Future Lacrosse began to be played in Sweden in 1988. Jim Johnson, an immigrant American, […]
As we continue to shine a light on countries working diligently to grow the game, we now take a deeper look into lacrosse in Ecuador. Below is our conversation with Juan Marquez de la Plata of Ecuador Lacrosse. Ecuador Lacrosse We started showcasing the sport of lacrosse in 2015. We did this through two trips […]
In honor of the PLL College Draft coming up on April 26, I decided to have a little fun and look back at past drafts. Specifically, with the debates raging between Michael Sowers, Jared Bernhardt, and Jeff Teat for this year’s PLL No. 1 overall pick, I was curious to see how previous pro field […]
What is the best lacrosse game ever? I took to Twitter to find out. Awhile ago, I asked a simple question via tweet: What are the best three lacrosse games you’ve ever seen? It is worth mentioning that I generally assume most of my tweets will be ignored. That’s quite a fair assumption since I […]
We’ve been debating the talent and impact of a lot of lacrosse players this summer with mock drafts, All-Pro teams, and coverage of both pro leagues. Let’s keep thinking forward here. Between the The World Games 2020, and the 2023 World Lacrosse Championship, we’ve got multiple opportunities coming up for the boys in Red, White […]
The Iroquois Nationals learned of their exclusion from The World Games 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama, in the fall. One of the countries that was invited noticed the Iroquois Nationals weren’t on the list of competitors and were confused. It reached out to the Haudenosaunee, inadvertently breaking the news to the odd-nation-out, said Executive Director Leo […]
I aim to avoid any bias when covering lacrosse teams and clubs, but there is one group in Japan that I’m absolutely in love with: Stealers LC. From arguably the greatest mascot in the game’s history, Steve, to a color scheme that will give any team a run for its money, the Stealers Lacrosse Club […]
Editor’s note: Thanks for joining us over Memorial Day Weekend 2020 to help you heal those lax-blues… we didn’t even get to say goodbye… LaxAllStars.com and our social outlets will be pumping out a non-stop stream of content from Thursday until Monday completely focused on some of the greatest NCAA National Championship moments from the […]
Have you ever been interested in coaching lacrosse oversees? There are many opportunities, such as job opportunities over in Germany.
US Lacrosse has named 23 players and seven alternates to the roster for the U.S. men’s indoor team that will compete in the 2019 WILC.
The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame announces the addition of nine new inductees as the Class of 2019, following approval by US Lacrosse’s Board of Directors. The newest members will be officially inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, October 19, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md. The 2019 inductees are: Ryan Boyle, Charlie […]
The Federation of International Lacrosse sent out a press release today that outlines the process to create a new set of rules for the sport of lacrosse in the Olympic Games. While the inclusion of lacrosse in the Olympics is still an ongoing process, the FIL has created a working group to flush out the […]