Nick Diegel, who set a record at last year’s LaxCon for the world’s fastest shot at 123.1 mph, is back at it again with a now-reported shot speed of 127.4 mph. Yep, you read that right.
Shot speeds never get quite that high in during normal gameplay, but it is not uncommon to see 100 mph shots or greater getting launched in the professional leagues.
You may remember Zack Dorn, who set the then world record at the MLL All-Star game at 116 mph. Dorn didn’t actually play professional lacrosse but could still sling it with the best of them.
Nick Diegel’s college lacrosse career took him from CMU to Ohio State and has been continuing to work on his shot, now reported to be the fastest in the world. 127.4 mph is some serious heat.
Nick Diegel Fastest Shot In Lacrosse
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I truly love the process. Here’s a live look inside of last weeks training session where I hit a new world record fastest lacrosse shot 127.4 MPH. To all the athletes out there whos seasons have been affected by the corona virus, be safe, but take advantage of this time off. Use this time to dial in on your craft. Set goals for yourself. Put in the work. Let’s get it! 💪🏼⛽️
This Kid May Have Something To Say About It…
New World Record? 🔥 pic.twitter.com/bJ8KlchT99
— Lacrosse All Stars (@LaxAllStars) March 19, 2020