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It’s Finally Spring Which Means More Lacrosse!

Now that we’re officially in the Spring season, it’s time to bask in the glow of warm days and cool nights as we prepare for the final chapters in the book known as the 2018 lacrosse season. Before you start day dreaming of hot beaches and cold Cokes, don’t forget there is still nearly two months of lacrosse left to be played!

Spring > Summer

Have you seen this?

Last weekend, Brian made his way all the way out to Hong Kong for the 2018 HKLA (Hong Kong Lacrosse Association) x JLA (Japan Lacrosse Association) Friendship Games to see what the good ole boys from the island have been up to in their preparations for Israel.

Need more video? We’ve got it right here for you. 

News & Notes

Preston: Lacrosse game against Virginia has special meaning for Johns Hopkins’ Danny Jones (Baltimore Sun)

College lacrosse: Tewaaraton Award announces 2018 men’s and women’s watch lists additions (

Innovation and Evolution: How Lacrosse Sticks Have Changed (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Colorado high school lacrosse update: Rematch of 5A title lives up to billing (The Denver Post)

Castleton, Norwich play lacrosse game in honor of fallen teammate (WPTZ)

Tewaaraton winner Zoe Stukenberg drawing girls to lacrosse as new Patterson coach (Baltimore Sun)

Michigan upsets No. 4 Notre Dame for first top-five win in school history (

Lacrosse legacy returns to Salem (Roanoke Times)

Kyle Harrison Named Charm City Youth Lacrosse President/CEO (US Lacrosse Magazine)

Sport of lacrosse keeps growing in northwest Houston (

Watch: Bates College lacrosse scores the top play on ESPN’s SportsCenter (Press Herald)

Four questions: Duke men’s lacrosse player Justin Guterding (Baltimore Sun)

La Costa Canyon standout fueled by lacrosse DNA (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Lacrosse talent spreads in Greenville County, but there’s still progress to be made (Greenville News)

Lacrosse defends win streak in overtime against Oregon (Daily Trojan Online)

Does Penn State men’s lacrosse have its offensive mojo back? (The Daily Collegian Online)

Men’s lacrosse club fundraises for season of all road games (Temple News)

Colorado Mammoth to retire lacrosse legend John Grant Jr.’s No. 24 (The Denver Post)

Stoneman Douglas: The Healing Game Gets Tested (Inside Lacrosse)

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Congrats to Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, Texas who pick up its first win in program history yesterday.