Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse…
September 5-October 11, 2020
The fine art of diving for a shot going out of bounds is a timeless play that we all can enjoy thanks to Lax Film Study.
We revisited some simple and crucial advice from Kyle Harrison about what you need to do and what you shouldn’t do arriving to campus as a freshman.
Going Offsides came back to North America to connect with field lacrosse goalie-turned box lacrosse goalie and pro free agent Rachel Vallarelli.
Episode 14 of Overtime, the conversation on racism in lacrosse, turned the focus to current student-athletes and road-mapping the future.
Still growing the game after her sudden passing, around $150,000 was raised in Sue Safarnos’ honor in order to send the Australian women’s lacrosse team to the 2021 World Championships.
After 40 years of college coaching, a long break caused by shutdowns wasn’t enough for Bill Tierney to hang it up after all these year.
Every team is unique to how it passed the COVID-19 downtime and the men of Yale are no exception.
Blaxers Blog recognized each and every Black head lacrosse coach working in Division I men’s lacrosse.
Trailblazing lacrosse pioneer Pamella Jenkins is now using experience to boost the program at the helm of Delaware State.
Point University head coach Bianca Rojas reflects on her grandfather’s pilgrimage from Mexico to the United States.
Western New York homegrown lacrosse product Connor Stefaniak grew up donned in orange and black going crazy in Banditland and now the Canisius product has been drafted as a Buffalo Bandit.
With the future under Coach Milliman uncertain to many Jays fans, Hopkins claims to use online connections to prepare for the season.
Chloe Jones of Dover, DE, and Michael Whaely of Philadelphia, PA, have been announced as the latest Impact Athletes named by US Lacrosse.
Longwood captain Emma Johnson was mic’d up for fall practice to show off how her leadership is going to help the Lancers come out of the gates hot in 2021.
Grant Ament is already living up to the pro lacrosse hype he built for himself while dominating at Penn State.
Penn checks in with the men’s lacrosse team to get a state of the club after the pandemic shutdowns.
Former Ohio State assistant Andrew Vossler joins the volunteer staff at Colgate for the upcoming season.
Reports out of the Hobart camp claim that the Statesmen are “more dialed in than ever” while prepping for 2021.
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