Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse…
October 18-October 25, 2020
It was Dhane Smith week number one on LaxAllStars.com and we took a dive into a few aspects of his life and career including:
- Dhane Smith Turns Malice to Motivation, a Black Athlete Succeeding in White Crowds
- Multisport Family Molded Dhane Smith into Lacrosse All-Star
- ‘I Belong Here’ Says Dhane Smith, First Black NLL MVP
We worked with PrimeTime Lacrosse to come up with the Five Must-Dos when starting a box program.
We let the people decide on which NCAA DI program produced the top two players of the decade.
The Going Offsides gang talked the Boston Cannons championship, the launch of Peak Pro and more with Coach Sean Quirk.
Athletes Unlimited added women’s lacrosse at the third professional sport to its lineup.
We also asked you to answer one simple question from Signature Lacrosse for a chance at a sick prize.
Upstate product Kayla Treanor has adjusted well to becoming the face of women’s lacrosse.
High school lacrosse is making its way to the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
UMBC long stick Tony Diallo shares his experience being Black in America with immigrant parents from Guniea and Jamaica.
Former SUNY-Cortland star Lindsay Abbott has been selected as the SUNYAC’s women’s lacrosse player of the decade.
Ava Angello is hoping to follow the successful footsteps of her brother in the NHL, Anthony.
Penn’s Adam Goldner is back for a final round and improving his decision making along the way.
New American University head coach Lindsay Teeters has her immediate focus set on a conference championship, nothing less.
Former Duke Blue Devil Scott Bross turned the lessons learned from lacrosse in success in capital markets.
Arizona State made some serious upgrades to their women’s lacrosse facilities.