In 2017, I was a junior in high school in Kent, Ohio. I had finished my first two years of high school lacrosse and just made my original college commitment. The next step in the lacrosse career for most would be to finish up high school ball and prepare for the college game, but it […]
Bruce and I are on our final European bus at this very moment, leaving Italy behind, at least for now. I could definitely go back there. Maybe permanently!
The NCAA allows one international trip for a team every 4 years. As the only college lacrosse team to take advantage of this opportunity for the last 25 years, this trip, which included stops in Rome, Florence, San Marino, Milan, Lake Como, The Papal State/Vatican City was one of the most memorable in the history […]
Coach Cibe is back with his monthly update on Italy Lacrosse! I hope everyone is ready to lax and to follow Coach Cibe’s news from Italy. It’s shaping up to be another great month of Italian Lacrosse.
November has been a quiet month in Italy, the weather has been unusually sunny and warm, which is unexpected but great for playing lacrosse. It helped the Italian Championships see 4 very spectacular matches played this month.
The Italian Cup was played in Nettuno (Rome) on September 28th and 29th. Six teams (Bocconi Sport Team, Roma Leones, Red Hawks Merate, Phoenix Perugia, Torino Taurus and Bologna Sharks) brought lacrosse to Nettuno, the “town of baseball” in Italy, with a number of very intense and interesting matches (four games were concluded by sudden death overtime).
On September the 28th the new Italian lacrosse season begins with the Italian Cup and the collaboration between Lacrosse All Stars and Coach Cibe starts again. I hope everyone is ready to lax and to follow Coach Cibe’s news from Italy.
Coach Cibe is back talking lacrosse in Italy! This month he updates on the progress of the men’s championship and discusses the Mediolanum Cup.
Coach Cibe is back talking lacrosse in Italy! This month he updates on the progress of the men’s championship and goes in-depth on women’s lacrosse in Italy.
The Italian field lacrosse championship have begun with the first matches, which will determine access to the semi-finals. The games took place on February 10th and 17th and here are the results and some additional commentary.
Welcome Giacomo Bonizzoni, aka Coach Cibe, to LAS! Coach Cibe will be talking about all things Italy Lacrosse, and how the game is growing in the North AND South, of the beautiful Italian peninsula.
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 […]