Show LAS Your Old School: My Pride And Joy, 1975


We asked and you answered.  Think living in the past is a bad thing? Not us! Old school lacrosse photos are a time machine to the days of bucket helmets and Shotguns and we want to see every single one of ’em.

Submitter Chris Allen sent this beauty along from his junior high days and explains:

Here’s a picture of me in 1976, holding my pride and joy, a 1975 Brine. I don’t remember what this was named, but it was a bright orange head, white steel pole, black mesh that was super hard, nylon throw strings (two only), and leather thong top strings. This thing had a perfect pocket, and was incredibly accurate.  I was given the stick by my parents as a gift after having some minor surgery. Like boys today, I carried this everywhere.

Ahhhh the 70’s. The hair. The sweet rides in the parking lot.

This could be a snapshot straight out of the movie “Dazed and Confused” if you ask us.

Go clean out the attic and relive your glory days. Submit your Old School photos and stories to [email protected]!


  1. Chris Allen is holding a Brine PL66, which was Brine’s first plastic head. Like the STX heads of the day, it has a round throat so you can’t use a modern shaft unless you call Hikstik for a custom wood handle. I’ve been trying to pick up a second PL66 from eBay, but the last one I wanted ultimately went for $120! My yellow PL66 is sporting a Doerr pocket: (example of the pocket).