Mental Exercise Key to Austrian Goalie Patrick Falb’s Success

Patrick Falb Vienna Monarchs Austria Lacrosse goalie photo: Marek Stor

Patrick Falb, 24-year-old Vienna-native and national team goalie for Austria in field and box lacrosse, uses learned techniques to maintain composure in the crease, outdoors and indoors.

Small-Sided Games: What They Are and How This Austrian Coach Is Involved With Them

Richi Hauer austria lacrosse

I had the pleasure of meeting the head coach of the Austrian Men’s National team, Richi Hauer, this past summer. It turns out that he combines his professional work and personal life by collecting data from his lacrosse teams to further his research in sports science. Most recently, he published this paper on the benefits […]

Richi Hauer Combines Coaching & Research for Austria

Richi Hauer austria lacrosse

For Austria’s Head Coach, Richi Hauer, his interests in research and coaching align perfectly.

Austria Lacrosse Roster – 2018 FIL Championships

Austria Lacrosse Update

Austria is proud to boast an (almost) entirely homegrown program for the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships in Israel.

Austria Abroad: Lessons Learned

Austria Lacrosse Update

After two days of competition here at the FIL World Lacrosse Championships the Austrian National Men’s Lacrosse team finds itself in a tight spot. They lost their opening game in a double-overtime heartbreaker to Hong Kong in a fast-paced high scoring game and next to Germany.

Czech Republic Tops Austria in First Friendly of 2014

Czech Republic vs Austria mens lacrosse credit: Mika Ondrej

On Saturday, April 5th, the Czech National Lacrosse team played its first exhibition game of the spring as part of its continuing preparatory activities during the lead-up to this summer’s FIL World Championships, which will be hosted by US Lacrosse in Denver. The matchup with Austria provided the first big opportunity to evaluate the performance of the team since the addition of new head-coach, Bill Kaden, who has brought an American styled approach with him to Prague.

O’Neill Propels Team USA to Gold

Brennan O’Neill, the 21-year-old rising senior at Duke University, scored five goals from the midfield propelling Team USA to a 10-7 victory over Team Canada in the gold medal game. O’Neil and the stars and stripe defense were the headliners. The defense operated and stopped foes at an historical level. Goalie Blaze Riorden hasn’t given […]

2023 World Lacrosse Championship Preview

Fresh off a phenomenal weekend of PLL lacrosse, everyone now shifts their attention to the 2023 World Lacrosse Championships in sunny San Diego, California. This event is poised to be one of the best in history. The growth of lacrosse has boomed across the globe and brings together one of the most competitive fields this […]

Uncaged: A Goalie Runs Free

Lacrosse goalie

For 20 years, I resided within a diameter of 18 feet: an 18-foot crease that buffered me in front of the 36 square feet of goal from the opposing team. Training day in and day out, becoming as fast as I could with both my hands and my feet, while also being able to react […]

TD Ierlan Might Transfer from Yale

TD Ierlan is transferring from Yale, the second time in his career he's looking for a new school. That leads this week's lacrosse news.

It might be happening again: for the second time this offseason, one of the best to ever strap on pads at the NCAA level could be transferring. This time, it’s TD Ierlan, which would mark the second time that the elite FOS has transferred, though this comes under much different circumstances. With the Ivy League […]

PLL TV Schedule + Streaming Guide

PLL TV Schedule + Streaming Guide

We can finally pencil some more information into our packed July calendars. It’s been barely over a week since the Premier Lacrosse League rosters were locked in for the Championship Series in Utah and now the PLL TV schedule has been sorted out with lacrosse securing a larger share of the national spotlight. Slipping into […]

Random Thoughts: WILC Recap — Day 8

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As we start to wind down the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, it has been an interesting experience, as in many world championships, not only watching the top teams play, but the bottom teams as well.  I won’t be attending Day 9 as the only games are the 15th to 20th place games, and its […]