Win the Winter Break!

The month of December represents so much for so many. It’s the holidays, it’s the end of the year, and it’s a period to relax a little bit. For colleges, this is a period where institutions shut down for a period and students go home. The time between fall and spring semesters represents a critical […]

The Importance of Time Outs

Lacrosse is a game of runs. Momentum can swiftly shift, and strategic decisions play a pivotal role. Timeouts stand as a crucial tool in a coach’s arsenal. This explores the significance of timeouts in the game. This will dive into their strategic utility and provide insights into when coaches should strategically deploy them to maximize […]

The Art of the Scout

In the competitive realm of lacrosse, success often hinges on meticulous preparation and a deep understanding of the opponent’s strengths, weaknesses, and strategic tendencies. Scouting an opponent is a nuanced and crucial aspect of game preparation, requiring a multifaceted approach that combines technological advancements, in-depth analysis, and strategic foresight. These are some of the best […]

Lacrosse to the Olympics – One Hurdle to LA28

Lacrosse is one step closer to being included in the 2028 Olympics. The LA28 organizers recommended that lacrosse along with five others be included in the 2028 games. The International Olympic Committee will vote on the proposal at their upcoming meetings in Mumbai, India later this week. “This is incredibly exciting news,” said USA Lacrosse […]

Best Lacrosse Players Who Never Played MLL or PLL

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With the PLL season finished and colleges knee deep in fall ball, we figured now is as good a time as any to dive into the vault and look at some legends of the game. While lax fans today are familiar with the Powells, the Gaits, Tom Schreiber, and Rob Pannell, there’s a large number […]

What To Ask A College Coach

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The recruiting process can be very intimidating for a 16-to-18-year-old, and that’s not something to shy away from. It isn’t easy to know what you want at a young age, and it isn’t any easier to find a place where you can project yourself being for four years. With no prior experience of the process, […]

What City Will Each PLL Team Head To?

What seemed like an inevitability move became a reality today. Beginning in 2024, all eight PLL Teams will be assigned to home cities. The league will continue its touring model with weekends hosted by home teams. Those home teams will play a doubleheader for that weekend. This is massive news for the PLL, and based […]

Undefeated and Unstoppable: The 2006 National Champion UVA Men’s Lacrosse Team

2006 Virginia lacrosse was the last NCAA Division I men's team to go undefeated and win the national championship, going a perfect 17-0.

In the world of collegiate lacrosse, few teams have achieved perfection quite like the 2006 University of Virginia Men’s Lacrosse team. After a heartbreaking end to the 2005 season, the 2006 squad was on a mission of redemption. Undefeated throughout the season, they culminated their remarkable journey by clinching the national championship. The Road to […]

Setting the Pick

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Setting a pick in lacrosse, also known as a “pick-and-roll” or “screen,” is a fundamental offensive play. It is designed to create space for a ball carrier or an off-ball player to either shoot, pass, or dodge past a defender. This the main premise behind the two man game. The mechanics of setting a pick […]

What to Know About Scholarship Lacrosse

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In the last 20 years, collegiate lacrosse has seen many changes. From the equipment to the rules, the game has completely transformed into the product you see today. College lacrosse scholarships are no exception. One of the major factors that has brought about all the change is schools across Division I, II, and III have […]

Dissecting the 1-4-1

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This weeks coaches corner is going to talk about one of the most used offenses in lacrosse, the 1-4-1. This is an offense used at various levels. It is often used as a type of Zone Buster, since there are two players inside on the crease. It is also used because it forces defenses to […]

Recruiting Tips and Tools

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The recruiting process for many people is often uncharted territory. For some they are seasoned pros, while others are navigating it for the first time. It can be intimidating, but it shouldn’t paralyze players and parents. You are the consumer and as a customer you are trying to find the best fit. For youth lacrosse […]