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Last Week in Lacrosse - Oct. 12-Oct. 18
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Last Week in Lacrosse – Oct. 12-Oct. 18

Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse…

October 12-October 18, 2020

Last Monday was Indigenous Peoples’ Day and the lacrosse community from around the world showed support online.

We teamed up with PrimeTime Lacrosse to share the Five Critical Tips for Running Adult Lacrosse Teams and you’ll thank us next summer.

Now leading a program of his own, Jordan Williams is tasked with moving a program from club to DIII at Penn College during a pandemic.

Lax Film Study gave us 60 seconds of stick-checking glory for Vol.I of a throwback series for the ages.

Unable to withstand the affects of the coronavirus, Fresno State has announced it is shutting down the lacrosse program.

Lacrosse has become an outlet of healing for Gavin Schaffer, a Denver South student fighting Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

Harvard long stick Noah Knopf came out to his Crimson teammates as a senior and he is glad to share his story of acceptance and identify in lacrosse.

The NCAA announced all tournament locations through 2026, focusing on Philly and Boston for men’s lacrosse.

Glenelg Country rising star Riley Reese already had his sights set on Maryland long ago to follow the path of his parents.

Washington Inner City Lacrosse Foundation (WINNERS Lacrosse) has been fortunate to keep growing the game through online platforms and resources.

Cassandra Kitchen leans into her Peruvian heritage to connect with family, friends and the lacrosse world.

Twins Lindsay and Lauren LeFebvre have stayed side-by-side their entire lives and that won’t change when they head to Vermont for DI lacrosse in 2022.

The College of New Jersey lacrosse team was named a College Athletic Advisor Program That Inspires on Wednesday after ranking #6 of over 500 non-DI college programs.

A rough 2020 may not throw UMass for a loop like other programs, relying on a massive core of returning veterans to keep the course.

Lacrosse has always been a card ready to be played by parents with Ivy League dreams for their children, but will it stay that way amongst niche sports?

Still living off-campus and with limited access to facilities, the women of Penn stay focused on the season ahead.

The man, the legend, Paul Carcaterra breaks down his top five men’s lacrosse games of all-time and it’s a list that can’t be forgotten.

US Lacrosse partnered with STEPS Lacrosse and Top of the Bay Lacrosse to conduct the 2021 US Lacrosse Youth Nationals in Delaware next summer.

Bellarmine listed dropped the 12-men that make up the All-Decade team and we want more rankings like these!

Inside Lacrosse dropped the latest recruiting issue focused solely on female athletes and encouraging a time to be leaders.

Listen to the Going Offsides Podcast on the LaxAllStars Network