Lelan Rogers Named as SPIRE Boy’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Lelan Rogers SPIRE

Geneva, Ohio – October 26, 2021: SPIRE Institute & Academy (IA) recently announced lacrosse as its newest sport to be added to its already extensive athletic programs. The only missing piece for SPIRE’s latest sports offering was the ideal coach to lead student athletes along the path to success on the field.  After an intensive […]

SPIRE Institute Announces Lacrosse Academy

SPIRE Institute adds lacrosse

GENEVA, OH. – SPIRE Institute & Academy (IA), one of the most unique and comprehensive academic, athletic, personal and career development organizations in the world, announced today the addition of a new sport to their growing list of core sports offerings: boy’s lacrosse. SPIRE Institute Announces Lacrosse Academy To date, core training and development sports […]

Project 9 Lacrosse Celebrates 10th Anniversary


Project 9 Lacrosse was initially founded by two lacrosse icons from different generations; Paul Rabil and Mark Million started Project 9 Lacrosse 10 years ago with the goal of speeding up the learning curve of the elite young lacrosse players from high school to the college level. But what exactly does a weekend at Project […]

Five Recruiting Mistakes Lacrosse Players Must Avoid

Lacrosse recruiting mistakes

You’re a high school lacrosse player with dreams of playing in college, but it can be easy to make mistakes during the recruiting process. You’re signed up for the Top 100 Shootout, you play on the elite club team in your area, you have a jam-packed summer schedule. You’re excited – the coaches list is […]

Luke Miller: A Day in the Life

Luke Miller lacrosse a day in the life

Luke Miller is a sophomore student, lacrosse player, and football player at McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Maryland, and lacrosse is a big part of what he does. This is a day in the life of the Class of 2024 recruit, in his own words. I think what helped me be prepared last season was […]

Massachusetts Lacrosse Legend Stew Curran Continues Cancer Fight

Stew Curran

Stew Curran is a legend in Massachusetts lacrosse, with countless wins, multiple state titles, and an on-field resume that shows what a master of the Xs and Os he is. But those accomplishments on the field aren’t what most will remember him for – it’s who he is off the field that’s made such an […]

Top 10 Lacrosse Summer Highlights 2021

Top 10 Lacrosse Summer Highlights 2021

Labor Day has come and gone, so that means another summer in the history books. Lacrosse was on fire during Summer 2021, with tons of incredible moments and highlights that Eric Bowden was lucky enough to experience and record through his camera lens. Eric combed through his video vault and uncovered the top 10 highlights […]

Benet Academy Withdraws Job Offer After Learning Coach’s Sexuality

Update: Since the publication of this post, Benet Academy has reoffered the job to Amanda Kammes, who has accepted the position. Benet Academy, located in Lisle, Illinois, retracted a job offer as the school’s girls lacrosse coach after learning the candidate is gay. Amanda Kammes, an alum of Benet Academy and head girls varsity lacrosse […]

Forty-Four Players Named to 2021 USA Select U16 & U18 Teams

2021 USA Select U16 & U18

SPARKS, Md. — Forty-four of the nation’s top high school boys’ lacrosse players have been named to the 2021 USA Select U16 and U18 teams. The players were selected following a national combine at USA Lacrosse headquarters earlier this month that included more than 130 candidates. The 44 players come from high schools from 15 states […]

Five Things A Lacrosse Recruit Should Know

Five things a lacrosse recruit should know

There’s a lot more to being a successful lacrosse recruit than what you do on the field. The process can and will throw things at you that you didn’t expect or consider, and you should know some aspects of the lacrosse recruit experience before you embark on your journey. One of the hardest things you’ll […]

Utah High School Lacrosse Players Accused of Using Racist Slurs

An investigation into an alleged racist incident after a bench-clearing fight at a Utah high school lacrosse game is ongoing.

An investigation into an alleged racist incident at a Utah boys’ high school lacrosse game is ongoing after a fight broke out following a contest between Highland High School and Wasatch High School on May 7. With 10 seconds left in the game, a Wasatch player and Highland players came together by the Highland goal […]

Bullis Double Pick: #FilmBreakdown

bullis double pick #filmbreakdown

Bullis loves to run quick hitting plays like their Bullis double pick plays throughout the game to jump-start or supplement their offense.