Today’s U19 Boys semifinal livestreams at the 2019 Vail Lacrosse Shootout will be broadcast on the LaxAllStars YouTube page and the Vail Shootout website.
David Steves provided updates on a first year NCAA D3 team, Houghton College, for ‘CAC to the CAC this past Spring, but David didn’t stop there! He went out to Denver for the World Lacrosse Championships this July with the FCA Service Team, and helped prep international teams for their official games during a week of training camp.
Craig Chase departed the confines of Loyola’s Ridley Athletic Complex after the Hounds got eliminated, and got right back to work. The level of play may not be NCAA D1 anymore, but the photos are still great!
Lax School has been killing it with old videos thanks to Billy Daye, Bill Millman, and Randy Fraser. These guys have stacks of VHS being converted to YouTube videos, and their most recent unveiling, of the 1992 Vail Finals, is another gem.
This is probably the best stick fake we’ve ever seen. Bar none. Any level of lacrosse. This is the best stick fake ever. Just so pretty. Great video of that move as well as a bull dodge worth showcasing. A little video for your Friday afternoon.
Michael Gialanella is back with another out of this world dye job. This time he’s doing a goalie’s lax head for his HS friend, Eli, down in North Carolina. Kid can ball. Now he has a baller’s stick. I don’t think there’s a better amateur dye master out there! Connor Wilson doesn’t come close!
Sure, it’s Thanksgiving but LAS almost never takes a day off so we’re still unloading TONS of video, photos and opinion on you. We’re so thankful that you’re with us, it’s the least we could do!
FCA At Placid, Hard Knocks and Kyle Sweeney. Plus news & notes as always.
I’ve heard about the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for just about as long as I’ve played sports. I was under the impression that it was just another Christian Sunday School, but it used sports as the classroom (presumably mass appeal sports like football, basketball, and baseball). Little did I know that they also contribute to growing the game of lacrosse…