Last Week in Lacrosse - Oct. 18-Oct. 25
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Last Week in Lacrosse – Nov. 9-15, 2020

Here’s what you might’ve missed in the lacrosse world this past week:

At LaxAllStars, we wrapped up our Jeff Shattler week by talking about his 2018 NLL Cup MVP, giving him a first look at his MSNLazer shaft, and talking about his offseason passion of snowboarding.

We also took a look at some of our favorite MCLA helmets

The Six Nations Chiefs announced that 2021 could be their final season of MSL play. We explained why it’s important that the lacrosse community help save the organization. 

Marty Ward hopped on the Going Offsides podcast. 

BYU’s women’s team was forced to stop practicing amid COVID-19 concerns in the state. 

Meanwhile, the NCAA moved lacrosse from “high risk” to “intermediate” on its COVID-19 tiers. 

Lacrosse Nova Scotia set up some awesome free clinics for young black players

Premier Lacrosse named Brian Silcott its new Head of Player Experience

The Ivy League delayed the start of spring sports. 

The PLL announced a collab with Method Man. 

We discovered that Eli Manning is now a #LaxDad

Kyler Murray’s Hail Mary to D-Hop reminded us of another Hail Mary.

World Lacrosse announced its official (and controversial) new 6v6 format.