Mexico Lacrosse Roster – 2018 FIL Championships
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.
Fullerton’s Paul Morgan to play for Mexico in World Championships
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.
Easton Lacrosse’s Native Vision: New Mexico
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!
Growing The Game: Operation Mexico
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!
Photos: BYU Takes Down Westminster, New Mexico & Wyoming In The Sun, Rain, And Snow
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!
MCLA Week 2 Rankings: Virginia Tech Lacrosse Looks Solid
Now that the MCLA season is here, the Varsity Club Lacrosse boys are breaking down their rankings every week. These rankings are separate from what we see in the MCLA Coaches’ Poll. Division I 1. South Carolina Have played a game yet, so they keep the #1 spot. Their first game is 2/10 against James […]
MCLA Week 1 Rankings: South Carolina Lacrosse Returns
Now that the MCLA season is here, the Varsity Club Lacrosse boys are breaking down their rankings every week. These rankings are separate from what we see in the MCLA Coaches’ Poll. Division I 1. South Carolina Pretty easy to rank the defending champ No.1 in a preseason poll, especially when it was their second […]
2023 MCLA Team and Conference Updates
There have been a lot of changes in the MCLA headed into the 2023 season. A lot of teams have rejoined after recovering from COVID and a few have left for various reasons. Below I will talk about each team that has joined and left the league. 2023 Brand Joining the MCLA From Another League […]
USA Wins Gold at Women’s World Lacrosse Championships
Kayla leads. Taylor competes. McCool runs. Ally controls draws. Charlotte shoots. They each brought their super powers. It was a joy to watch. Work is love made visible. USA wins gold at the 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s Championship. Their love of the game and each other was apparent in the product they delivered on the field, […]
Panama Wins Torneo Centroamericano Bicentenario Sixes Lacrosse
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 […]
Ecuador Lacrosse: International Spotlight
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 […]
Lacrosse Abroad: How My Season in Italy Changed My Life
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 […]