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Dave Morrow’s House on the Fourth of July

Casey Powell fills us in on his Fourth of July party experience at the home of Dave Morrow, Warrior CEO.

I landed in Denver, Colorado on Friday of 4th of July weekend with a smile on my face that could have spanned the Roaring Fork River. I hit the 16th Street Mall for “interesting people” watching with some friends and then headed to an awesome lobster bake at Dave Morrow’s house.

Dave Morrow - Team USA Lacrosse
Dave Morrow, All-World Defenseman

Because we’re lacrosse historians here at LacrosseAllStars.com Dave Morrow was a 3 time All-American at Princeton and the Raymond Enners Award winner for NCAA Player of the Year in 1993. He is from a short list of highly successful lacrosse players from Troy, Michigan and he attended an athletic factory – Brother Rice High School.

Dave represented the good old USA in the 1994 and 1998 World Lacrosse games earning himself a spot on the All World team in 1998. He really has my utmost respect for his seamless transition from ‘Warrior of the Game’ to ‘Titan of Industry.’ Pun intended.

Dave Morrow started his own business selling titanium lacrosse shafts in 1993. He is now CEO and President of Warrior Lacrosse, a founding partner of Major League Lacrosse, and nobody will be shocked when I tell you he throws great Fourth of July weekend parties. We enjoy a higher level of lacrosse in 2016 due to his commitment to making the equipment better and providing a stage for the highest level of play. That’s something I deeply appreciate and applaud.

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