Starting 2018 on the right foot, Mexico Lacrosse is hot of a scrimmage with Montana and ready to announce their 23-man roster plus alternates for the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship in Netanya, Israel.
The lacrosse world will turn it’s eyes to Denver this summer, when national teams from 38 countries descend on the Rockies for the FIL World Lacrosse Championships. Sharing the field with guys like Paul Rabil, Ned Crotty and Max Seibald will be a somewhat less familiar name, unless you follow the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference’s Division II.
The Native Vission camp in New Mexico gives Native American kids an increased exposure to sports and positive living. Easton and some Native lax legends ran the lacrosse portion of the camp! Giving Back and Growing The Game!
LAS reader, Patrick Verdun, spent a week down in Mexico at a camp for children from orphanages all over Mexico. He brought a couple of lacrosse sticks with him just to see what would happen. This was the first time these kids have ever seen lacrosse. Very cool!
Victoria Harris has sent over some great shots of BYU Lacrosse wins over Westminster in the sun, New Mexico in the rain, and Wyoming in the snow. Lacrosse photos are their finest!
MORAVIA, Costa Rica – The Panama men’s team earned its second consecutive World Lacrosse Sixes tournament title over the weekend at the Torneo Centroamericano Bicentenario Sixes Lacrosse with a 22-15 victory over Colombia in the championship game. Panama compiled a perfect 4-0 record during the four-day tournament, outscoring opponents by 85-39 to seal its second […]
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 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 […]
On Monday, October 12, 2020, Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the lacrosse community took to social media to show support for the Haudenosaunee, the game’s creators, and all Indigenous Peoples of North America. Accounts from different corners of the lacrosse space dropped in to share stories, provide education or to simply show solidarity with the First Nations. […]
Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse… September 5-October 11, 2020 The fine art of diving for a shot going out of bounds is a timeless play that we all can enjoy thanks to Lax Film Study. We revisited some simple and crucial advice from Kyle Harrison about what you need to do and what […]
Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse… September 28-October 4, 2020 Matt Holman led a discussion with coaches Mira Shane, Brian Silcott, Lars Tiffany and Gina Thomas focused on stoking the conversation on racism in lacrosse and provided useful tips on how to talk about it amongst a team. The directors of PrimeTime Lacrosse had […]
Overtime Episode 8 – Denial Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 – 8 p.m. ET OVERTIME Episode VIII focuses on the first stage of addressing systemic racism: denial. Our focused group takes a deep dive into a current organization’s quest to recognize the issues of racism and how leadership’s decisions affect the organization. Gaining a proper historical […]