Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse…
September 20-27, 2020
We connected with legendary coach and Johns Hopkins icon Dave Pietramala about his departure from the Blue Jays program and why the Legendary Sports Group feels like the perfect fit for this moment in his life.
The Give & Go Foundation followed up the launch of the Kyle Harrison Scholarship Fund, supporting young Black athletes in their pursuit of lacrosse and education, by partnering with Randy Staats and Brendan Bomberry to create the the Turtle Island Scholarship Fund, creating the same opportunities for Indigenous youth.
Overtime kept the conversation going about the connection between racism and lacrosse with just two guest last week, MLL stars Isaiah Davis-Allen and Max Adler. Do yourself a favor and carve out an hour for this conversation.
As Going Offsides continues to explore parts unknown in their recent podcast stretch, the boys have landed in Serbia and they’ve picked the brain of Lazar Matijasevic on all things Serbian lacrosse.
We took a trip to 2004 with Lax Film Study to remember a Carthage Comet great in the NCAA DI National Championship. No, not Mikey Powell, but Navy legend Ian Dingman. Yes, high socks are still cool. If you’re Ian Dingman.
The Iroquois Nationals have continued to stay vocal about their expectations for the Olympics and lacrosse on a global stage.
Minnesota woman Nina Polk excels at both the modern game of lacrosse and the Great Lakes traditional stickball game she learned from her grandmother.
Lax Magazine profiled Jordan Chavez, a young Peruvian-American using cultural connections and lacrosse to shape his identity.
Author Phil Shore commented on the 2020 Major League Lacrosse season being a direct reflection of the state of the country through the coronavirus pandemic.
Lynchburg lacrosse is committed to the fight against the pandemic and will be filling 5,000 supply bags for its local community.
The Pietramala twins have broken the news that they both will be heading to Chapel Hill to play lacrosse at North Carolina as members of the 2022 class.
Powell Lacrosse paid tribute to Roy Simmons Jr. this week and asked for the community to share love for the G.O.A.T. with overwhelming results.