Lacrosse Patent: Warrior Sues For $33 Million
A Michigan law firm is on the hook for $33 million dollars after failing to protect the patent rights of the technology behind Warrior’s lacrosse stick patent from 2004 to May of 2009. Unlike other sports, Research and Development in lacrosse has spurred major growth and, in recent years, new products have dramatically affected the way the game is played.
LAS Exclusive: MCLA Lacrosse in Iraq
Editor’s Note: While there have been some high profile stories of NCAA lacrosse players in Iraq, there had only been one other mention in the news of an MCLA player overseas (Conner Zwinggi from Oklahoma). LacrosseAllStars would like to introduce you to Zack Porter. Zack is in Iraq right now, and his lacrosse career has been put on hold while he serves his Country.
Christian Athletes Carving Out A Lax Niche
I’ve heard about the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for just about as long as I’ve played sports. I was under the impression that it was just another Christian Sunday School, but it used sports as the classroom (presumably mass appeal sports like football, basketball, and baseball). Little did I know that they also contribute to growing the game of lacrosse…
Harrow Lax Trick Video Meets Blair Witch
Scoping out the recently added lax vids on YouTube and I found this kid. I’m guessing he’s from Canada because of a slight accent (might be making that up) and the name of the shaft he’s sporting.
Jumbo Jack Reviews ‘Damages’ on FX
In addition to inspirational and witty commentary on lax and pop culture, I think we might be able to add voice of reason when it comes to quality TV shows. After listening to 412’s review of Damages on FX, I decided to check it out and see if he really knew what he was talking about.
Taking Lacrosse Fundraising to a New Level
We all know the economy has seen better days, and with belts tightened it’s extra tough to squeeze some bucks out of Aunt Dorothy and Uncle Frank for your team’s fundraising efforts. ENTER DEMOLITION.
Teaching Lacrosse “PBS Style”
This informative YouTube series by Prime Sports Training really reminds me of mid ’90’s PBS, more specifically Bill Nye the Science Guy.
Apparently Warrior is big into Hockey???
Looking through last week’s Sports Illustrated on the subway, I saw some pictures of the Montreal Canadiens and noticed the Warrior logo on their gloves and pants. Did anyone else know that Warrior makes hockey stuff?
49th Time’s the Charm!
Congrats are in Order to the Wagner College Men’s Lax team, who broke their 48 game losing streak March 3rd by defeating Presbyterian 12 to 7. The Seahawks’ last win was on May 1, 2005. Although it’s been a long time coming, almost 4 years, I’m sure the ‘Hawks welcome the monkey jumping off their back.
Let’s Hope Lacrosse Combines Don’t Mirror The NFL
“Why not ask which player can punch Ray Lewis the hardest then run away? Or run down a burning staircase carrying two bucketfuls of kittens? Both test strength, dexterity, poise and character and are likely much better television.”
The Art of the Blowout and Giving It Your All
Everyone knows that the best teams in every sport (the ones with the most scheduling pull) always start their season out with “tune-up” games. Usually it’s against teams from weaker conferences with weaker abilities, but sometimes there’s just a big difference between the top and bottom of in-conference play.
LaxAllStars Interview: Tom Gravante
With the MCLA season already underway, the eyes of the lacrosse community now turn to the NCAA ranks, where the last pre-season scrimmages are taking place this weekend in preparation for the 2009 season. Today marks another step forward for LAS as we get an inside look from a very reputable D1 head coach…