Charlotte North grew up in Dallas, Texas, and was a three-sport star in field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse at the Episcopal School of Dallas. In hoops, she was an All-Conference player all four years, averaging 21.6 points per game as a junior and earning the title of her school’s all-time leading scorer. North was so […]
It takes a ton of hustle and strength to be a DI middie, no matter which side of the ball you play on. Thomas O’Connell spent four years as a defensive midfielder for the Maryland Terrapins. Then he played point guard for the St. John’s Red Storm men’s basketball team. Besides picking up the sport […]
After four years at Loyola (MD), Pat Spencer became the second leading scorer in NCAA Division 1 Lacrosse history. Now, he is using his fifth-year of eligibility to play basketball in the Big Ten at Northwestern. Find out how he got here.
Because of the NBA Finals, we are merging two sports in this week’s Stick Trick Saturday. Trick shots, sinking baskets and big time stalls is the game!
As many people know, Bill Belichick loves lacrosse, and he was recently spotted wearing a Warrior hoodie at a Kentucky basketball game.
UPDATE: We have a winner, and there can only be one! …. It’s time for the Big Dance. Fill out your bracket and join the LaxAllStars league for a chance to win a ton of great prizes!
Sportscasters, College Presidents, and the even the average man on the street, typically dismissed the idea that college athletes should get paid. A select few saw a new potential reality, but now that Northwestern’s Football Team has been granted the right to unionize, people are starting to approach the topic with more nuance (well, sometimes…) and some deserved gravitas.
Brendan Mundorf teaching an NBA star lacrosse is interesting, but it’s also not “news”. This is an advertisement, packaged as news. There is a difference.
A couple of Syracuse University basketball players give lacrosse a try.