Kyle Harrison Player Profile: A Modern-Day Pioneer
Kyle Harrison grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Dr. Miles Harrison, who famously played lacrosse at Morgan State. He first started playing the sport at age 3 and went on to play at Friends School in Baltimore. Harrison also played soccer and basketball at Friends School and won state titles in all three […]
WINNER: ULTIMATE Adrenaline and Peter Baum Giveaway
Get those social media accounts ready, Peter Baum and Adrenaline are giving away some of Pete’s favorite ADRLN, Cascade, STX, Ohio Machine and LXM PRO gear! Learn how you can win swag from #15’s personal collection.
LXM PRO Players In Major League Lacrosse
When it was announced that the LXM PRO and the MLL would partner up, and that players from both camps could now play in both leagues, there was a lot of talk of who could “make the jump” to Major League Lacrosse. A range of opinions were offered as analysts tried to decide who could cut the mustard, and guesses ranged from up to 6 players to as many as 20.
End Caps: It Comes, It Goes
Markbuster Videos! Markbuster Videos, long live Matt Russell… The great Matt Russell, goalie for Team STX and formerly at Navy, has decided to call it quits. I watched the broadcast of Matt’s final game on The Lacrosse Network, but honestly, I don’t remember ever hearing about Matt hanging it up. I had the chance to […]
The Road: East vs. West – Past, Present and Future
LXM Pros Erik Krum, Shamel Bratton, Matt Russell, and Peter Baum discuss their own upbringings in the sport, including the experience of getting recruited and turning pro, and the apparent differences in the sport of lacrosse when it comes to East Coast versus West Coast.
Ohio Picks Harrison First in LXM Waiver Wire Sweepstakes
The Ohio Machine have gotten an LXM infusion. Kyle Harrison was picked first by the Machine in the special Major League Lacrosse waiver wire process opened to include LXM Pro Tour players after the deal announced Feb. 13 between MLL and Adrenaline that allowed LXM players to play MLL and vice versa.
Professional Lacrosse & The Week Of Opportunity
No more of this either or mess, as the LXM and MLL have finally come together to unify professional field lacrosse. Time to let a player play; if you can cut it, you can take your services to both pro leagues, just the way it should be. Rosie drops his thoughts on the new situation.
Tweet of the Week: K18’s BEAST Split Dodge
Of course the big news last week was that Adrenaline and LXM PRO had reached an agreement with Major League Lacrosse. There was a wide range of reactions to this, though the majority of people seem excited about the potential this deal has for impacting the growth of the game. Greg “Beast” Gurenlian, one of MLL’s best face-off men, had this hilarious comment about the MLL and LXM deal, and the possibility of Kyle Harrison’s return to the MLL.
End Caps: New and Improved!
Welcome back to End Caps, a weekly review from the mind of Mark Donahue. Check out the new and improved Markbuster Videos, LAS RAW and more…(02/14/14)
￼Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Peter Baum and the Next NCAA to LXM Star
With the 2013-2014 LXM PRO season having wrapped up a few weeks ago with a final stop in Los Angeles, the 2014 NCAA lacrosse season now underway, STX becoming an official Major League Lacrosse partner, and now Adrenaline and LXM PRO joining forces with the MLL, I can’t help but wonder who the next LXM star will be.
Traditional Thursday: Tom Garvey JHU & MAV
Tom Garvey gave me an older STX Proton+ from his days at Johns Hopkins and he wanted a pocket thrown in there so he could either use the stick while coaching or put it on display. I decided to up the ante a little bit and throw in a second head, which I dyed to resemble the Hopkins head in style, to commemorate his time playing for Maverik United in the LXM PRO.
Why ADRLN? Players & Coaches on Adrenaline Tournaments
A few weekends back, I spent the entire day outside of Los Angeles for the final LXM PRO event of the 2013-2014 season. With the event also came the final Adrenaline tournament of the year. But what is it that keeps bringing teams back to ADRLN tournaments? Here’s what players and coaches have to say.