If there’s one thing that face-off athletes can expect, it’s change. For Max Adler and Casey Dowd, the first wrench in the preparation plan was thrown by the COVID-19 shutdown completely taking away their opportunities to be immersed in lacrosse. The second major turn was the reshaping of the MLL season from a summer-long campaign […]
Expected to make the official announcement on Monday, per multiple reports, the NCAA Rule Committee for men’s lacrosse met on Friday to amend and update the rulebook. An emphasis on continued face-off changes seems to have been a major focus of meeting. From the reaction of players on social media, the two most jarring updates […]
The new face-off head from Tribe7 Lax, the Beast7, designed with Greg Gurenlian proves to be a worth option for all positions at a very low price point/
Here’s your chance to win a Blade OG lacrosse head, the most popular face-off head in the history of our sport! Five runners up receive trad stringing kits.
We’ve spread love to a lot of places but one there’s one spot we’ve skipped until now: The face-off X! Master this Pinch, Pop & Stall stick trick to collect an entry in the 2015 Stick Trick Competition!
Today we’re talking about the Top 5 Long Island FoGos! LI consistently produces some of the top face off specialists in the country, so who is the best?
Face-off rules have taking an extreme level of scrutiny over the last few years as some coaches believe that the idea of jamming the ball in the back of the stick to pick it up is removing some of the true skill that lacrosse is known for.
Learn a few lessons about facing off in lacrosse from NLL and Iroquois all-star, Jeremy Thompson.
Quickness is a must on while facing off, but a player also needs to be strong to take control of the battle.
The last time the NCAA tried to install some college lacrosse face off rule changes, the face off community reacted with a focused passion, and some of the rules (no motorcycle grip for example) were not adopted. Now, the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee has provided an updated set of recommended changes, and the face off community has once again mobilized to combat the proposed changes.
This is is rising 9th grade face-off specialist, Thomas Washington. Thomas is only heading in to his 9th grade year but the video shows his highlights from the 2014 Varsity HS Season at The Blake School in Minneapolis, MN. This kid can ball.
The jam is effective because most F/O men have very flexible heads and can be used as a great counter move for the clamp.