Here’s what happened last week in lacrosse…
September 28-October 4, 2020
Matt Holman led a discussion with coaches Mira Shane, Brian Silcott, Lars Tiffany and Gina Thomas focused on stoking the conversation on racism in lacrosse and provided useful tips on how to talk about it amongst a team.
The directors of PrimeTime Lacrosse had to get creative when showing off the talent at their events this summer with no in-person recruiting allowed by the pandemic. How they made sure highlights got to the living rooms of college coaches everywhere was brilliant.
Many hardworking folks in the Polish lacrosse community wear many hats and player/coach/PR & Marketing rep/game grower Jakub Lipczik is no different. That’s why the Going Offsides crew wanted to get to know Lipczik and more about the game in Poland.
Founder and CEO Dan Soviero invited to learn the history of the Signature Lacrosse brand in order to join the vision of where the company is going next. The game of lacrosse is changing and you can be a part of it.
1998 NCAA Player of the Year Claudia Ovchinnikoff fought back against breast cancer to return to her passion of coaching.
Former Virginia star and current Mexico Head Coach Daniella Eppler shares her pride in Mexican culture and it’s connection to lacrosse.
Atlas LC midfielder Romar Dennis also shared with Lax Magazine the love he has for his Panamanian and El Salvadorian heritage.
Matt Kinnear of Inside Lacrosse explored the idea of college lacrosse adopting an “all-in” style tournament, meaning every single NCAA DI team would make the bracket.
The five teams that could improve the most in 2021 were also broken down based on whatever they got done in 2020.
Surrounded by the unknowns of 2020, the Club Lacrosse program at Michigan actually seems to be currently on the rise.
Box lacrosse was taken to the great outdoors with walls left behind for the kids of Cornwall to get to play again during the pandemic.
The daughter of former Syracuse 2x All-American Liam Banks, Ryann Banks, has committed to play for the Orange.