Crosse Clicks: Vail, Pro Lacrosse Recap, and More

Welcome to another edition if Monday Crosse Clicks where we pull together stories, photos, and video from anywhere in the lacrosse world, outside of college. College gets its own Crosse Clicks on Wednesday. This week we start off with a stellar set of highlights from Vail last Summer, and work our way through a TON of great stories…

Vail – Pannel, Bitter, Murray, Manny, & Baum

Finally, D3 Love

Team USA beat Loyola in Orlando on Sunday, and while it was a tight game, only a couple of guys really stood out for Team USA… at least if you believe the media on Twitter… only a couple of guys stood out.

Again, according to Twitter, those guys were John Galloway, Mike Simon, and Sam Bradman. D3 guys can tear it up? You don’t say! Hopefully these same publications cover NCAA D3 lacrosse a bit more this year, as they have clearly had epiphanies, right?

Bradman and Team USA Hold Off Loyola – Baltimore Sun

Bradman Reps DIII in Team USA Win – Lacrosse Magazine

What We Learned (Both Teams Are Good.) – Inside Lacrosse

Rockhoppers Top Bombers

For more game photos, check out 24SevenLax on Facebook! For a game recap, check out Chris Rosenthall’s write up on how this battle for first place in the NALL went down!

Weekend NLL Highlight Clips

Women’s Team USA Dyes

Lace & Lax Lacrosse

Never seen this product. Never tested it. Can’t speak for it. Just know that the design is pretty aggressive. For now, that is all:

Win A GOLD Helmet

Do it to it. Pretty simple!

More Tufts Fallout

I’m almost positive that this is not the last we will hear about what happened at Tufts, but now some bigger media players are getting involved (like the Boston Globe), so it’s probably not over… especially when the Globe frames the event is such salacious terms. This event is ugly. No doubt there. But the piling on won’t help advance a conversation, it will only polarize the situation further.

Lacrosse On The Prairie?

Great story about Growing the Game on the Prairie from the Argus Leader.

Slow Confidence

This is a GREAT example of an offensive player playing patient, and allowing his defender to get out of position, before taking a screened shot. Younger players take note:

Doc Highlights!

Always a good way to end a post…

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