Georgia Swarm got on the right track with a win over the Knighthawks on banner raising night, Vancouver keeps skidding and the East starts to even out.
January 5, 2018
With the World Championships just over a month away, it's high time to start looking at some of the top contenders a lot deeper. While the US and Canada are still the clear cut favorites, and Australia has had a lock on the bronze (or silver) since the WLC inception in 1967, the Iroquois Lacrosse program seems to be putting forth a really competitive team for 2014, and we're all curious to see if they can do better than a 4th place finish, which is their best finish ever at a world field lacrosse championship.
June 5, 2014
Two of the best First Nations Lacrosse players in the World Cody Jamieson and Craig Point presented twelve deserving children with their first ever lacrosse sticks... "Walk With Us" is a program designed to promote lacrosse to first nations children and thus instilling in them a sense of pride in their culture.
November 13, 2013
The 10,000 hour rule is an interesting concept. Malcolm Gladwell raised the idea a number of times in the book Outliers, and the theory basically states than any "master" of a particular discipline has put in at least 10,000 hours of dedicated work to learn and perfect their skill set within that discipline. While the exact number of hours is still up for debate, and further statistical analysis is needed, I am confident that the overall point stands: The truly great put in the hours and the effort in order to be truly great.
October 16, 2013
Just around the half-way point of the season both the MSL and WLA are a getting serious. The MSL top three teams are all neck and neck. The WLA is keeping everyone on their toes as the teams that started off hot have cooled, and those teams that started slow are starting to find their groove.
July 2, 2013