Here’s what you might’ve missed in the lacrosse world over the past week (Nov. 23-30, 2020):
–We chatted with Latrell Harris about his transition from high school straight to the NLL.
-The Going Offsides’ boys chatted with hall of famer Mark Million.
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-We took a look at how men’s league rosters share some eerie similarities to the cast of Amazon’s The Boys.
-LAS also gave out our tips for being a successful men’s league player.
-We took a look at the key differences between box and field, for those not so used to the beautiful game indoors.
–Louisville women’s player Shayla Scanlan helped educate her teammates about Native American history, after becoming the first Seneca woman to play DI women’s lacrosse.
-The guys at Lacrosse Bucket predicted their 10 breakout players for 2021.
-US Lacrosse took a look at a bunch of famous lax dads.
-US Lacrosse also profiled USWNT goalie Liz Hogan.
-More Native American Heritage Month coverage, this time from Hofstra.
–Honoring Ireland, for bowing out in favor of the Iroquois.
-The PLL took a look at the roots of lacrosse.